OnePlus India’s website might have confirmed the company’s next smartphone

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For a while now, we have been hearing rumors that OnePlus is expected to bring back its T-series of smartphones, and that the new model could be the OnePlus 10T. The company hasn’t officially confirmed anything yet, but according to a tweet by Mukul Sharma, it seems someone at OnePlus India might have let the cat out of the bag early.

According to the tweet, Sharma claims to have seen a listing for the OnePlus 10T 5G on the OnePlus India’s website. This at the very least confirms that the device is real and that that is the name the company will be going for. Unfortunately in terms of specs, not much else is known other than the rumors we’ve been hearing.

For those who might have missed the earlier reports, the rumors are claiming that the OnePlus 10T is expected to come with a display featuring a 120Hz refresh rate, an AMOLED panel, and a FHD+ resolution. Under the hood, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset will be found and the phone is also said to be accompanied by 8-12GB of RAM, and 128-256GB of storage, which for the most part is par for the course.

The phone is also rumored to feature a triple camera setup, which is based on the leaked renders, and that the main camera will be of the 50MP variety. The handset is rumored to support 150W fast charging which is pretty insane if true. There’s no word on when the handset will be officially announced, but the listing does seem to hint that it could be soon.

Tyler Lee
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