Oneplus 11r 5g review in 10 points

The OnePlus 11R not only looks similar to the OnePlus 11 but also has an equally good build quality. The curved display looks slender and provides good ergonomics. The matte black finish on the back helps prevent fingerprints and smudges. The alert slider has made a comeback too.


The OnePlus 11R has a 6.7" super AMOLED display with FHD+ resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate. Moreover, it is an LTPO 3.0 panel that automatically adjusts the display between 40Hz, 45Hz, 60Hz, 90Hz, and 120Hz when required. display

For optics, the device sports a triple camera setup. The primary sensor is an excellent point and shoot camera as it borrows the same sensor from the OnePlus 11. And, the lowlight performance of the camera is commendable too.

rear camera

On the front, the OnePlus 11R has a 16MP selfie shooter. It captures accurate skin tones and facial features.

Front camera

The Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 makes the OnePlus 11R a capable performance oriented handset. Moreover, it also has LPDDR5X RAM and UFS 3.1 dual channel storage which make the overall experience lag free no matter what you are doing with the device.


There's very little bloatware on the OnePlus 11R as it runs on OxygenOS 13 based on Android 13. However, the software is very similar to OPPO's ColorOS. But, apart from that, the overall experience is non-intrusive.


The battery life on the OnePlus 11R does not disappoint, just like the OnePlus 11. The 5,000mAh battery, gave me upwards of 7 hours of SOT on moderate usage. It is easily a two day phone on moderate usage.


The OnePlus 11R supports 100W SuperVOOC charging which can fully charge your device from 0-100% in under 30 minutes. OnePlus also has a custom chip that powers a feature called Battery Health Engine which prevents the battery from degrading over charge cycles.

Charging Speed

Below Rs 40,000, the OnePlus 11R is a resonably good option with impressive performance and a clean and refined design. The primary camera does not disappoint and the display is hard to beat too. Overall, an option definitely worth considering.

Final verdict

Editor's rating: 4/5 Cons

> Ultra-wide and macro sensors can be improved

> Great performance > Premium design > Good battery life > Decent primary camera Pros