If rumors are to be believed, the OnePlus 10T would be the final flagship that the corporate releases this yr (no 10 Extremely, no 10T Professional, and so on.). Little was recognized concerning the telephone aside from that it will likely be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset. Now leakster Yogesh Brar and Onsitego have uncovered extra particulars, sufficient to make 3D renders of the telephone.
The 10T has an uncommon design for the corporate – the digicam bump on the again extends throughout the complete width of the telephone. The leaksters warn that this design relies on early prototypes so the fabric finishes might not be correct.
Anyway, this can be a bigger telephone than anticipated. There are not any precise dimensions but, however the display screen will apparently measure 6.7” in diagonal, bigger than earlier T-phones and as massive as the ten Professional. Nonetheless, it is going to have FHD+ decision as a substitute of QHD+ (whereas maintaining the refresh charge at 120Hz).
The telephone may even have quicker charging than the Professional, 150W vs. 80W, at the price of a barely smaller battery, 4,800mAh vs. 5,000mAh. Wi-fi charging will nonetheless not be supported. However neither the display screen nor the battery capability are the large downgrade – that will be the rear digicam setup.
The OnePlus 10T will allegedly use a 50MP fundamental digicam with OIS and 4K 60fps video recording. It is going to be joined by a 16MP extremely large digicam and a 2MP macro module, no telephoto lenses on board. The front-facing digicam can have a 32MP sensor.
For comparability, the ten Professional has a big 48MP 1/1.43” sensor in its fundamental cam with OIS (we don’t know the scale of the 10T sensor), plus a high-resolution 50MP sensor within the extremely large (150° FoV) and an 8MP 3.3x telephoto digicam (with OIS), to not point out 8K video seize.
The OnePlus 10T can be priced someplace between the ten Professional ($900/€900/₹70,000) and the 10R (₹44,000). It’s anticipated to launch in July, reaching India and different markets.