Where To Pre-Order the OnePlus 11 in the US & UK

Where To Pre-Order the OnePlus 11 in the US & UK

OnePlus initially limited its new flagship phone to the company’s native China, but it didn’t stay that way for long. 

At an event in New Delhi, the OnePlus 11 has officially launched globally. The phone is a clear upgrade over last year’s more affordable OnePlus 10T, with key features including the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset and improved triple rear cameras.  

OnePlus didn’t waste any time making the phone available to pre-order, so you can buy one right now. If you’re based in the US or UK, here’s everything you need to know. 

When will the OnePlus 11 be released?

After an initial announcement in China on 4 January 2023, the OnePlus 11 was launched globally on 7 February 2023. 

Pre-orders are live now, ahead of the phone going on sale on 16 February 2023. 

How much does the OnePlus 11 cost?

As expected, the OnePlus 11 is slightly more more expensive than the 10T. Here’s how much you can expect to pay at launch: 

8GB RAM/128GB storage – $699/£729/€849 12GB RAM/256GB storage – $799/£799/€919

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Where to pre-order the OnePlus 11 in the US

In the US, there are two places offering the phone unlocked: 

OnePlus – up to $500 off when you trade in old phone (OnePlus or other brands), free protective case when you buy via appAmazon – still marked as ‘coming soon’

Best Buy and T-Mobile stock the OnePlus 10T, but it’s not yet clear if they’ll do the same for the 11. We’ll update this article if the situation changes.

No carriers have been confirmed to stock the phone yet. We’ll update this article if that changes.

Where to pre-order the OnePlus 11 in the UK

In the UK, you get the same two options, but some extra perks if you go direct: 

OnePlus – pre-orders include free Bang & Olufsen speaker (Beosound A1 2nd Gen) or new OnePlus Buds Pro 2, plus £100 instant discount when you trade in old phone (OnePlus or other brands) Amazon – still marked as ‘coming soon’, will be only place to get 8GB/128GB ‘Eternal’ model

Again, no networks have been confirmed to sell the phone on contract in the UK, and that might never change.

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