OnePlus’s new smartphone, codenamed Ovaltine, is expected to come with either the OnePlus 10 or OnePlus 10T. The launch date of the smartphone has not been shared by OnePlus yet, but ahead of it, renders and specifications of it have leaked online. The OnePlus 10 might feature the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC under the hood. It might pack a 50-megapixel triple rear camera unit as well as a 32-megapixel front camera. The OnePlus 10 is likely to arrive as a successor to the OnePlus 10 Pro.
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How do we know about the OnePlus 10T?
Well-known tipster Yogesh Brar (@heyitsyogesh), in collaboration with, Onsitego leaked the early renders and specifications of the upcoming OnePlus 10 or OnePlus 10T. The leaked renders show the handset in black with the OnePlus branding on the back. It is shown with a hole-punch display design and has a triple camera unit on the rear arranged in the upper left corner of the device. Furthermore, the volume rocker is seen on the right spine of the phone, while the power button is arranged on the left spine.
Let us know more about the OnePlus 10T
The OnePlus 10 Pro is the latest flagship phone from OnePlus. Although we thought it would be the only entry in a line of 10, rumors say a regular model is on the way.
The 10 Pro’s striking design and specs have set the bar too high. Can the vanilla model pull off the same trick? Here’s everything we think we know about the regular OnePlus 10.
When is the OnePlus 10 release date?
The company didn’t seem to be planning a regular 10 this year, but the latest leaks say that a vanilla model is coming sometime in the second half of 2022. But the leaker says that this phone will instead be called the OnePlus 10T.
The company has confirmed the launch of a slightly cheaper OnePlus 10R model in India, and there are hopes the company is working on a 10 Ultra to release later in the year.
How much will the OnePlus 10 cost?
Here is the Indian price for the 10 Pro
- 8+128GB – ₹ 66,999
- 12+256GB – ₹ 71,999
If and when the regular model launches, expect it to come in a little cheaper, likely in line with last year’s OnePlus 9 price.:
- 8+128GB – 53499/-
- 12+256GB – 58,499/-
OnePlus 10/10T plausible specs
The first key detail is that even OnePlus doesn’t know what chip the phone will feature. The company is apparently testing two variants of the phone right now: one using MediaTek’s current flagship chip, the Dimensity 9000, and the other using Qualcomm’s next-gen flagship chip, the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1.
Therefore, OnePlus is currently testing two chipsets for its vanilla flagship: the next-generation Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC (likely Snapdragon 8 Gen 1+) and the MediaTek 9000 chipset. It’s currently unclear which chipset will end up powering the OnePlus 10, but we’ll know for sure once we near the official launch date. Either way, the chip will pair with 8GB or 12GB of RAM and 128GB or 256GB of storage options—typical for OnePlus. It will likely run on the latest version of Oxygen OS, which is based on Android 12.
The display might have a 6.7-inch FHD+ AMOLED. Interestingly, this is not only to offer a 120Hz refresh rate but may use LTPO 2.0 technology to scale that resolution down as low as 1Hz to save power – a first for an FHD+ display, to our knowledge.
There will apparently be a 50 MP main shooter together with a 16 MP ultrawide and a 2 MP macro. Moreover, we might find a 32 MP selfie camera on the front. There’s no word yet on the specific sensors for any of those, though, nor their apertures or other key specs.
OnePlus has always been at the top of the fast-charging game, and with the OnePlus 10, we will get a whopping 150W of fast charging support. The battery capacity will be 4,800 mAH.
Charging will be 150W – to match the recent 10R, and actually exceed the 10 Pro – with a 4800mAh battery. As you’d expect, the phone will also ship with Android 12 and the latest Oxygen OS 12 skin on top.
The design is unknown except for one detail; it will be the first OnePlus flagship to ditch its trademark alert slider. It has been dropped from loads of the phone’s cheaper devices already. But it’s certainly sad to see it now omitted from the company’s core line.
One possible guess at the design comes from early leaks of the Oppo Reno 8. Early leaked renders for that phone revealed a design that’s very similar to the OnePlus 10 Pro. The final Reno 8 phone ended up looking rather different. Therefore, we wouldn’t be surprised to see this approach taken with the regular OnePlus 10.
Incidentally, the OnePlus 10 will be the first flagship phone to not carry the iconic alert slider that has become synonymous with the OnePlus flagships.
Let us Summarize
|10 Aug 2022
|128 GB/8 GB RAM
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