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OnePlus 11: Best Flagship of 2023 That W ...

OnePlus 11: Best Flagship of 2023 That Will Fail in Pakistan

Feb 09, 2023

A couple of years ago, I made the decision to switch to Android. The main reason was that the iPhone with the newly updated PTA tax was just too much for me to justify as a phone in my pocket. Pretty sure I wasn’t alone in making such a decision, though most people went to the path of getting used iPhones – I wanted to make a pilgrimage over Apple’s walled garden into the free land of Android.

Or so I thought, see once I started looking for an equivalent phone to switch over from my dusty old Xs Max (still working for my wife by the way) – I couldn’t find a good replacement. All the Samsung flagships were plagued by the Exynos chipset; Xiaomi/Redmi/Poco (/ because these are all one company) were constantly sold out on their site (not sure if true or tactic); Oppo/Vivo/Realme (/ again, all one company) apparently don’t sell the latest flagship phones in Pakistan; and there are basically no other brands with distribution here.

Then it happened, I came across the official OnePlus flagship store on Daraz (don’t think it is up anymore), and having heard good things about it, I decided to buy one for myself (OnePlus 8T) and haven’t since looked back.

This was right around the time, when Oppo decided to merge OnePlus back into themselves and forced ColorOS which upset basically 100% of the OnePlus fanbase. I also got frustrated over forcing to change a lot of good habits I got used to with the very clean Oxygen OS prior to this. With time though, ColorOS has improved to the point where I think it is the best OS after Vanilla Android.

Enough history lesson then, let’s talk about OnePlus 11 and why am I writing this article.

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