OnePlus 10T (speculative renders)

OnePlus 10T render: large 6.7-inch screen, full-width camera bump

If rumors are to be believed, the OnePlus 10T will be the last flagship the company releases this year (no 10 Ultra, no 10T Pro, etc.). Little was known about the phone except that it will be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset. Now leakster Yogesh Brar and On placego discovered more details, enough to make 3D renders of the phone.

The 10T has an unusual design for the company – the camera bump on the back spans the full width of the phone. Leakers warn that this design is based on early prototypes, so material finishes may not be accurate.

Either way, it’s going to be a bigger phone than expected. There are no exact dimensions yet, but the screen will reportedly measure 6.7 inches diagonally, bigger than previous T phones and as big as the 10 Pro. However, it will have FHD+ resolution instead of QHD+ (while keeping the refresh rate at 120Hz).

OnePlus 10T (speculative renders)
OnePlus 10T (speculative renders)

OnePlus 10T (speculative renders)

The phone will also have faster charging than the Pro, 150W versus 80W, at the cost of a slightly smaller battery, 4,800mAh versus 5,000mAh. Wireless charging will still not be supported. But neither the screen nor the battery capacity is the big downgrade – that would be the rear camera setup.

The OnePlus 10T will allegedly use a 50MP main camera with OIS and 4K 60fps video recording. It will be joined by a 16MP ultrawide camera and a 2MP macro module, no telephoto lens on board. The front camera will have a 32MP sensor.

For comparison, the 10 Pro has a large 48MP 1/1.43″ sensor in its main camera with OIS (we don’t know the size of the 10T sensor), plus a high-res 50MP sensor in the ultrawide. (150° FoV) and an 8MP 3.3x telephoto lens (with OIS), not to mention 8K video capture.

The OnePlus 10T will be priced somewhere between the 10 Pro ($900/€900/₹70,000) and the 10R (₹44,000). It is expected to launch in July and reach India and other markets.


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