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OnePlus 10/10T renders and specs leak: Closer to the Pro model?
- A new leak has shown off the design of the OnePlus 10 or OnePlus 10T.
- It looks like the phone has a similar design compared to the Pro variant.
- Specs also point to 150W charging and a Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 SoC.
We’ve seen plenty of leaks regarding the next flagship-level OnePlus device, said to either be the OnePlus 10 or OnePlus 10T. Either way, new renders have surfaced online this week alongside purported specs.
MySmartPrice obtained the phone’s renders from serial tipster Yogesh Brar, showing a device (model number CPH2413) that bears a resemblance to the OnePlus 10 Pro. More specifically, we’ve got a similarly designed rear camera housing that appears to blend into the edge of the device. However, the housing lacks Hasselblad branding and the flash is in a different location. You can see the renders above and below.
The OnePlus 10/10T does, however, differ from the Pro model by offering a center-mounted punch-hole cutout rather than the Pro’s left-aligned cutout. Otherwise, the phone is said to be available in black and white color options.
The lack of Hasselblad branding is curious though, but we’ll likely need to wait for official images to see whether the branding returns. What’s perhaps more disappointing is the lack of an alert slider here, in line with previous renders. Brar previously said that the slider would mostly be limited to premium OnePlus handsets and some OPPO flagships instead.
Rumored OnePlus 10 or OnePlus 10T specs
MySmartPrice and Brar also posted apparent specs, and it’s tipped to arrive with a Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 chipset, 8GB to 12GB of LPDDR5 RAM, and 128GB to 256GB of UFS 3.1 storage. Other notable specs include a 6.7-inch 120Hz OLED screen (with 360Hz touch rate and 60/90/120Hz support), a 4,800mAh battery, 150W charging, and USB-C based on USB 2.0.
The device is also expected to get a 50MP IMX766 main camera, an 8MP ultrawide sensor, and a 2MP macro camera. A 16MP camera is said to be on tap for selfies and video calls. Either way, the ultrawide camera looks like it could be a downgrade compared to the OnePlus 9, which offered a 50MP ultrawide shooter.
These specs suggest that the phone will be worse off than the OnePlus 10 Pro on paper when it comes to camera capabilities and screen quality. However, the new Snapdragon chipset touts impressive efficiency gains compared to the vanilla chipset inside the Pro model while also gaining a slight performance boost. Furthermore, 150W charging would also be a major upgrade in theory, although 80W and 65W charging on the OnePlus 10 Pro is still plenty fast.