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Mysterious OnePlus phone leaks on certification website. Do you dig it?

Another day, another new OnePlus leak.

Published onApril 26, 2022

OnePlus Logo on OnePlus 9 Pro
C. Scott Brown / Android Authority
  • OnePlus is readying a device that looks like a mix of the OnePlus 10 Pro and OPPO Find X5.
  • The phone’s key specs have leaked, and it may be a mid-ranger.

OnePlus seems to be on a roll launching new phones every few weeks. The company recently revealed the OnePlus Ace in China and is getting ready to showcase the 10R in India later this week. Now, it seems another new OnePlus is almost out the door as it has popped up on a certification website.

Strutting a camera bump that looks somewhat like that of the OPPO X5 Pro while also resembling the one on the OnePlus 10 Pro, the mysterious phone doesn’t have a name right now. TENAA’s website (h/t MySmartPrice) refers to it with a model number PGZ110. That said, the certification platform has revealed most of the phone’s key specs.

OnePlus phone TEANAA

The device is listed with a 6.59-inch LCD display and a 2,412 x 1,080 resolution. There’s no word on the refresh rate.

Running the ship will be an unnamed octa-core processor clocked at 2.8GHz. This will be paired with 8GB or 12GB of RAM and 128GB or 256GB of storage. Battery capacity is mentioned at 4,890mAh.

For imaging, the phone is said to feature a 64MP main camera, an 8MP secondary shooter, and a 2MP snapper. There’s a 16MP camera upfront.

It looks like the phone will feature a side-mounted fingerprint sensor. The alert slider seems to be missing.

Specs of the vanilla OnePlus 10 leaked recently, and they don’t match the information here. The mystery phone may belong to the Nord series. The China-only OnePlus Ace came with the model number PGKM10, which closely matches the leaked phone’s model number. So it may be another Ace series phone that comes to the global markets with a different name.

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