Since deepening its links with Oppo, OnePlus’ product portfolio has gotten much more confused and congested. The company would release a Pro flagship alongside a less expensive non-Pro variant until 2021. This year, it only unveiled the OnePlus 10 Pro, with no mention of the ordinary variant.
In some areas, the gaming-focused OnePlus 10R was unveiled, but it wasn’t an obvious replacement for the OnePlus 10. Now, it appears that the OnePlus 10 will be released later this year, although under a new moniker.
Yogesh Brar, a leaker who works with OnsiteGo, has revealed photos and renders of the future phone. The photos are based on a prototype, but they depict the design in its final form.
The OnePlus 10 Pro will be influenced by the future addition to the OnePlus 10 series. Unlike the latter, though, this one will have camera housing that runs horizontally across the rear.
The phone is expected to include a 6.7-inch 120Hz FHD+ AMOLED display with a punch-hole at the top that will house the 32MP front camera. When it comes to video recording, this leak claims that it will be limited to Full HD recordings on the selfie camera.
Digital Chat Station (via @yabhishekd) has confirmed that the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chip will be inside. The company was thought to be preparing to use the MediaTek Dimensity 9000, thus this appears to be a last-minute alteration. A 50MP primary camera with OIS, a 16MP ultrawide, and a 2MP macro camera could make up the rear camera arrangement.
A 4,800mAh battery with 150W fast charging capabilities, dual speakers, an in-display fingerprint scanner, and Android 12-based OxgenOS 12 are among the other alleged specifications.
The device’s final naming strategy has yet to be determined, which means it might arrive with or without the ‘T’ designation. According to previous rumors, the OnePlus 10T would be the company’s final flagship of the year.
According to the specs, the phone should be priced lower than the OnePlus 10 Pro, so anticipate it to be more affordable. With a July release date in the works, we may not have to wait long to learn the device’s ultimate name and other features.