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See the familiar design and full specification of OnePlus’ second and final flagship in 2022

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OnePlus has certainly kept us on our toes since it officially become a subsidiary of Oppo, heavily overhauling the traditional product launch schedule to bring in more Nord-branded mid-ranges than we can list here, while inexplicably global 10 Pro powerhouse and even more inexplicably “omitting” its vanilla flavor altogether.

It turns out that both Steve Hemmerstoffer and Max Jambor could be (at least in part) correct in their predictions (assumptions?), given that the OnePlus 10 and 10T 5G are now likely to be one and the same device.

The design is more important than the name anyway

For example, the rear-facing camera module stands out for taking up the entire width of the as-yet-unannounced high-end phone, not to mention moving the Hasselblad signaling from the left to the right (to for some reason) while also shuffling around the three image sensors and LED flash.

Then you’ve got a flat screen that supposedly measures about 6.7 inches diagonally instead of the Pro’s curved AMOLED screen which happens to be 6.7 inches in size, as well as a centered rather than a top left-mounted hole punch, and sadly, no handy one. alert slider found next to or opposite the power key and volume buttons of the OnePlus 10 or 10T.

As for the final marketing name, Yogesh Brar, who provided these renders and the information we’ll explain below to the folks at onsitego, has no opinion to share at this point “leave it to the brand” to decide which path is ultimately taken.
If you ask us, it makes a lot more sense to release this villain like the OnePlus 10T 5G six, seven, or nine months after the 10 Pro rather than opting for a straightforward one. OnePlus 10 name that may sound outdated to certain would-be buyers who don’t follow mobile tech news very religiously.

Here are the (alleged) specs in full

  • 6.7-inch AMOLED display with FHD+ resolution and support for 120Hz refresh rate
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 Processor
  • 50MP primary camera with OIS
  • 16MP secondary ultra wide-angle camera
  • 2MP macro lens
  • 32 MP selfie camera
  • 4,800mAh battery
  • 150W fast charging capabilities
  • Android 12 based OxygenOS 12
  • In-display fingerprint reader
  • Stereo speakers
  • 128 and 256 GB storage configurations
  • 8 and 12 GB RAM options
Whether it will eventually be called OnePlus 10 or 10T, this big man sounds (and looks) like a decidedly worthy contender for the title of best Android phone in 2022 based on these specs, most of which have now been verified by two equally credible sources.

We’re clearly looking at a less advanced (and cheaper) version of the OnePlus 10 Pro here with a lower-resolution screen, far less impressive cameras, a slightly smaller battery and presumably no wireless charging technology in tow.

But believe it or not, future buyers of the OnePlus 10/10T can, thanks to an improved Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC (and not a MediaTek Dimensity 9000 that was reportedly considered for a while), as well as significantly faster charging.
were talking the kind of revolutionary charging technology that can fill your handset’s tank from 0 to 100 percent in minutes, and if this thing keeps the starting price of about $700 from last year’s non-Pro OnePlus 9 5G, we could see it completely rocking the global box office in just a month or two.

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