OnePlus 10T Renders Show Not-OnePlus-Like Design

OnePlus 10T

Previously, we learned that OnePlus is working on a new phone codenamed “Ovaltine”. If nothing accidental, the phone will see light under the name OnePlus 10T. This is a common practice for OnePlus which launches T-series flagships in the second half of the year. Also, we think the handset will sport the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip.

Recently, whistleblower Yogesh Brar and Onsitego collaborated to bring high-definition renders of the new phone.

As we can see from the renders, the OnePlus 10T uses a rear camera design, which differs from all previous models significantly. However, even the authors mentioned that the design of the phone might change in time. Thus, at launch, we might see a completely different model.

OnePlus 10T

OnePlus 10T Specs

The front of the machine is expected to use a 6.7-inch screen, which is larger than the previous OnePlus T series. It will have FHD+ resolution instead of QHD+ and support a 120Hz high refresh rate.

OnePlus 10T

As for endurance and battery, the charging speed of the OnePlus 10T is faster than the 80W of the OnePlus 10 Pro, reaching 150W power output. At the same time, the battery capacity is 4800mAh. When calculated, we see that the phone will become the fastest charging flagship mobile phone in the OnePlus flagship series.

Well, OnePlus smartphones have always been quite good in terms of photography. The OnePlus

OnePlus 10T

In terms of imaging, the OnePlus 10 will be equipped with the second-generation Hasselblad image, the T is not going to be an exception. The basic camera will have a 50MP resolution and support OIS. At the same time, the phone will be able to record K videos at 60fps. The rest two sensors will be a 16MP super-wide-angle lens and a 2MP macro sensor. The front camera will have a 32MP resolution and be capable of taking outstanding selfies.

P.S. the manufacturer is rumored to be working on the OnePlus 10 Ultra. The latter ought to sport a periscope telephoto lens and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 flagship processor. The specific release time and specification details are not yet known.

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