If reports are to be believed, the OnePlus 10T will be the company’s final flagship of the year (no 10 Ultra, no 10T Pro, etc.). Other than the fact that it will be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 CPU, little was known about the phone. More features have now been revealed by leakster Yogesh Brar and Onsitego, allowing 3D models of the phone to be created.
The camera bump on the rear of the OnePlus10T extends the full width of the phone, which is unusual for the brand. Because this design is based on early prototypes, the material finishes may not be realistic, according to the leaksters.
It’s unclear whether OnePlus will call this phone the OnePlus 10 or the OnePlus 10T.
OnePlus 10T Display
In any case, this phone will be larger than imagined. There are no official dimensions yet, but the screen will reportedly be 6.7″ diagonally, which is larger than previous T-phones and comparable to the Oneplus 10 Pro. However, instead of QHD+, it will offer FHD+ resolution (while keeping the refresh rate at 120Hz).
The phone will also charge faster than the Pro, at 150W vs. 80W, but at the disadvantage of a lesser battery, 4,800mAh vs. 5,000mAh. Wireless charging will continue to be unavailable. However, it is the rear camera setup, not the screen or battery capacity, that is the significant reduction.
OnePlus 10T Camera Bump
The OnePlus 10T is expected to have a 50MP main camera with optical image stabilization and 4K 60fps video capture. There will be a 16MP ultra-wide camera and a 2MP macro module on board, but no telephoto lenses. A 32MP sensor will be used for the front-facing camera.
The 10 Pro, for example, features a huge 48MP 1/1.43″ sensor in its primary camera with OIS (we don’t know the size of the 10T sensor), as well as a high-resolution 50MP sensor in the ultra-wide (150° FoV) and an 8MP 3.3x telephoto camera (with OIS) and 8K video capture.
OnePlus 10T Expected Price
The OnePlus 10T will cost between the OnePlus 10 Pro ($900/€900/70,000) and the OnePlus 10R (44,000). It is slated to debut in India and other markets in July.