The OnePlus 11 will arrive globally in the early half of February. The phone has top-notch specs at an affordable price, and China sells it cheaply. It’s hardly the only high-value flagship that debuted last month. The Xiaomi Redmi K60 Pro, a formidable competitor to the new OnePlus flagship, is one of the previous flagships produced. Comparing the OnePlus 11 and Redmi K60 Pro’s primary specs should help you comprehend their differences.
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Design & Display
Let’s start with how they seem externally. OnePlus 11’s design is more attractive than Redmi K60 Pro. If you want a unique Android phone, go for it. It has a round camera module, a glass back, and curved sides, and I prefer it to the Redmi flagship killer. Redmi K60 Pro has a rectangular camera module and a flat display with a center punch hole, and it is unattractive and more compact. Which design is better?
The screens of these two phones are comparable, but I prefer the OnePlus 11’s LTPO technology, which allows an adjustable refresh rate from 1 to 120 Hz. The OnePlus 11 boasts a 120Hz 6.7-inch QFHD+ LTPO3 AMOLED display, and the Redmi K60 offers a 6.67-inch QFHD+ OLED with a 120Hz refresh rate.
Camera & Speakers
The OnePlus 11’s camera system is far superior to the Redmi K60 Pro. It has a 50-megapixel Sony IMX890 primary sensor with OIS, a 32-megapixel telephoto shooter with 2x optical zoom, and a 48-megapixel ultrawide and 8K video capture, all housed in a Hasselblad. Its selfie camera is 16 MP. The Redmi K60 Pro has a 54 MP primary camera with OIS, 8 MP ultrawide shooter, 2 MP macro lens, 8K video recording, and 16 MP front camera. Redmi K60 Pro secondary sensors are inferior.
The stereo speakers on both phones are excellent, but none has a 3.5mm earphone connector.
Battery & Charging
Moving on to their batteries, both phones have 5000 mAh batteries. Only the Redmi K60 Pro has wireless charging and 120W fast charging.
Price & Availability
Redmi K60 Pro costs CNY 3,365 (around Php 27,000), while the 12+256GB OnePlus 11 costs CNY 3,999 (Php 32,159) in China. Your pick? Comment.