An intriguing new development has recently taken place in the mysterious story of a regular edition of the OnePlus 10. Images of the as-yet-unannounced OnePlus 10 have been published on OnSitego. According to the source, these renders are based on a smartphone prototype that was observed by a reputable leaker named Yogesh Brar.
OnePlus 10 design and specs details
At the beginning of this year, we presented the OnePlus 10 Pro with one of our highly prized Best of CES Awards. Because of its impressive design and specifications, it also received a Recommended label in our review of the OnePlus 10 Pro, which earned it a total of four stars.
These renders suggest that OnePlus has taken the camera island from the OnePlus 10 Pro and extended it all the way to the opposite edge of the device. The glistening camera bump has a Hasselblad logo on the side and is equipped with three lenses and an LED flash ring. The sandstone black finish seen on the Pro appears to have been applied to the remainder of the back panel as well.
We only have one solid source for the specifications of the 10 (or 10T, if that’s what it’s called) so far, and that’s a report that was leaked by a leaker in partnership with another leaker named OnLeaks.
The first significant point is that even OnePlus does not fully understand the capabilities of the phone’s chipset. The business is now testing two different variations of the phone: one with the flagship chip of MediaTek’s current generation, the Density 9000, and the other with the top chip of Qualcomm’s next-generation, the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1.
The chip will be paired with 8/12GB RAM and 128/256GB storage options, as is customary for OnePlus. According to this report, the standard 10 model supports 150W charging, while the Pro model supports 80W. (and just 65W in the U.S.).