OnePlus 10T renders and specifications leaked

Image credit - @HeyItsYogesh X OnSiteGo

After seemingly confirming that the company would be pausing the launch of the OnePlus T-series of devices, a rumor from earlier this month suggested that the series would actually be making a comeback later this year in the form of the OnePlus 10T.

Now thanks to Yogesh Brar and OnSiteGo, the renders and specifications of the upcoming phone have been leaked in almost its entirety, giving us a glimpse as to what the phone could look like.

Image credit – @HeyItsYogesh X OnSiteGo

Based on the design, and assuming it’s accurate, it seems that OnePlus is making quite a huge departure from the design of the OnePlus 10 Pro. The camera module now stretches across the entire upper portion of the phone, with the Hasselblad branding on the side. According to the leaked specs, the cameras on the phone consists of a 50MP main shooter, a 16MP ultra-wide camera, and a 2MP macro, while the front-facing camera is of the 32MP variety.

The phone is also said to be packing a 6.7-inch AMOLED FHD+ display with a 120Hz refresh rate, and under the hood, it will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1. It is also said that the phone will support 150W fast charging, which is a huge step up from the OnePlus 10 Pro which only supports 80W.

Last but not least, the phone is rumored to be launching pretty soon in July starting with India and other markets. There’s no word on pricing yet, but if a July launch is true, we should have more details soon enough.

Source: OnSiteGo

Tyler Lee
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