OnePlus 11 Concept Unveiled at MWC 2023: Innovative ‘Flowing Back’ Design

OnePlus 11 concept version back cover light design has leaked, took the wraps off their much-anticipated concept design for the upcoming, OnePlus 11, at MWC 2023, phone sports a unique and futuristic design, which OnePlus has dubbed “Flowing Back”, inspired by the intricate network of blood vessels.

The Flowing Back design is highlighted by the distinctive blue light strips running along the camera module and cover back, adding an elegant touch to the device. OnePlus has teased that these light strips will house a liquid cooling heat pipe, which would increase the heat dissipation area and give full play to the performance of the phone.

Gizmoweek has speculated that the blue light strips on the OnePlus 11’s camera module and cover back could be a piezoelectric film, which generates an electrical charge in response to mechanical pressure. While this technology is intriguing, it may not be commercially available for at least two years in the future.

Regarding the power device for reflow water, OnePlus has not yet revealed any specifics on this.
OnePlus 11 Review: Impressive Specs and a Standout Camera Design

Exploring small innovations on mobile phones, one previous example is the electrochromic window function used on a lens. As smartphone technology continues to evolve and push the boundaries of what is possible, we can expect to see more exciting and innovative features in the future.

The OnePlus 11 feature a best camera system, a powerful processor, and a large, high-resolution display, the device will offer lightning-fast internet speeds, making it an ideal choice for tech enthusiasts and fans of the brand.

We’re looking forward to seeing how this exciting new device, and will keep you updated on any further developments from MWC 2023.

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