OnePlus has recently launched its limited edition called Jupiter Rock variant of its vanilla OnePlus 11 and by far it looks damn cool! Launched recently in China, this is the same well-balanced OnePlus 11 but with a new design and look, making it even more attractive than ever.
As per this analyst, the same Jupiter Rock Edition will be making its way to OnePlus’s one of the biggest markets by far, India! This makes sense because already the brand has received a good response with the vanilla OnePlus 11 and bringing in a special edition will make it an even more attractive offering.
OnePlus 11 5G Jupiter Rock Edition – Everything You Need to Know
OnePlus has introduced a new limited edition variant of their flagship smartphone called the Jupiter Rock, which draws its inspiration from the largest planet in our solar system. Each unit of the phone features a unique pattern, achieved with a special material that OnePlus has dubbed “3D microcrystalline rock”. This material, which has a subtle sparkle when light shines on it, has undergone a year-long research and development process and nine complex production processes before it becomes the back panel of the phone.
The manufacturing process of the Jupiter Rock panel is so complicated that the yield rate is only 25%, in contrast to the 50% yield rate of the green glass panel. OnePlus claims that the texture of the new panel is “as cool and skin-friendly as the jade (stone) that has been under the spring water for thousands of years”. Although Jupiter is a gas planet, the phone’s design and material are based on a microlite rock, which led to the naming of this variant as “Jupiter Rock”.
Inside, the OnePlus 11 Jupiter Rock is similar to the standard variants of the phone, with impressive specs such as 16GB RAM and 512GB storage. Despite the unique back panel, this variant has the same price as the Green or Black models at CNY 4,899 ($710/€655). The phone is currently available for pre-order in China, and the first sale is scheduled for April 3.
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