From www.androidauthority.com

TL;DR

  • The OnePlus 11 might have slower wired charging in the US compared to global models.
  • A leaker claims US models will have 80W charging versus 100W in the rest of the world.

OnePlus’ 2022 flagship phones offered different charging speeds globally versus the US, with global models delivering higher wattages than devices in the US. For example, the OnePlus 10 Pro offered 80W wired charging speeds globally, but topped out at 65W in the US. Meanwhile, the OnePlus 10T offered 150W globally but 125W speeds in the US.

Now, frequent tipster Max Jambor has claimed on Twitter that this trend could continue for the OnePlus 11. More specifically, Jambor asserts that the US model will offer 80W SuperVOOC charging versus 100W SuperVOOC charging globally.

Max Jambor OnePlus 11 charging speeds

This might not make for a huge difference in charging times, though. We found that both the US and global OnePlus 10 Pro models charged within two to three minutes of each other. Furthermore, we found that there was only a one minute difference between 125W and 150W charging on the OnePlus 10T.

So this might not be a major downgrade in practice for US consumers. Nevertheless, we’re keen to put the OnePlus 11 to the test to find out whether there is indeed a big difference in charging times.

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