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No OnePlus 11 Pro or 11T on the way, Pro line is ending permanently

The company says you don't need the word "Pro" in the name to signify a Pro-level device.

Published onFebruary 7, 2023

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  • There will not be a OnePlus 11 Pro or 11T in 2023, per OnePlus.
  • There will no longer be any Pro-level devices from the brand at all going forward.
  • The company says these changes are an effort to streamline its portfolio and that consumers don’t need “a ‘Pro’ name for a device that’s already ‘pro.'”

In 2019, OnePlus launched its first Pro-level device: the OnePlus 7 Pro. This started a trend of at least one Pro-level phone launching each year. However, this year, that trend comes to an end.

OnePlus confirmed to Android Authority that there will not be a OnePlus 11 Pro in 2023. In addition, there will not be a OnePlus 11T launching in the year’s second half.

The company explained the lack of a OnePlus 11T as a simple way of “streamlining the flagship portfolio.” It is unclear if this means there won’t be any other flagship-level phones launched from OnePlus throughout 2023 after the OnePlus 11 or if the company has something other than a “T” model in mind for the year’s second half.

OnePlus 11 Pro is dead, along with all Pro phones

As for the lack of a OnePlus 11 Pro, this is part of a larger change. OnePlus confirmed that not only will there not be an 11 Pro but there won’t be any Pro-level phones anymore from the brand. Here’s a statement from a OnePlus spokesperson:

Starting with our 2023 lineup, we are streamlining the flagship portfolio in North America (and globally) by removing our Pro lineup. In our opinion, you don’t need to have a ‘Pro’ name for a device that’s already ‘pro.’

OnePlus is essentially saying that the OnePlus 11 is as “pro” as you need to get. This is pretty outlandish, considering the OnePlus 11 is missing multiple premium features, including wireless charging and a full IP68 rating. You can find these features on even the cheapest Samsung Galaxy S23, iPhone 14, and Google Pixel 7 models, all of which are not even the “pro” phones in their respective lineups.

Regardless, if you’re passing on the OnePlus 11 and hoping for a slightly better Pro model, you don’t need to wait. It’s not coming.

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