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OnePlus 10 Pro renders, video leak: That camera bump could be here to stay
- More renders and a video showing the purported OnePlus 10 Pro have now leaked.
- It’s claimed that this latest leak is based on the “likely final version” of the phone.
We got our first apparent glimpse of the OnePlus 10 Pro late last week, with frequent leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer posting renders of what he claimed was an early prototype. Now, the leaker is back with more images and a video of the device.
In any event, the renders and video clip give us a more comprehensive look at the apparent 2022 device. More specifically, we can see a rounded bottom (complete with speaker grille, USB-C port, and SIM tray) and a flat top with a microphone hole. We also get a good look at the front of the device, showing a punch-hole cutout in the top-left corner of the display.
Otherwise, you might be disappointed if you were hoping to see a revised camera housing in these new images. Yes, we’ve still got that rectangular housing that falls off the side and joins the frame. Speaking of the frame, it also hosts an alert slider and power button on the right-hand side, while volume keys can be found on the left-hand side.
This new leak also comes a few days after it was claimed that the phone will be equipped with 125W charging. That means we could be looking at charging times of under 30 minutes. For example, the Xiaomi Mix 4 tops up its 4,500mAh battery in 21 minutes (or 15 minutes via a ‘Boost Mode’).