The OnePlus 10T’s specs have been revealed completely in just a week before the announcement on August 3. Although it might be a bit disappointing for OnePlus however, this leak paints an attractive picture of the 10T being an excellent flagship device that will be able to compete against the very best industry offers in mobile phones. All leaks should be taken with a grain salt, this latest leak appears to be in line with other rumors we’ve read about which makes it appear plausible.
Based on the report from PriceBaba The OnePlus 10T will feature a 6.7-inch Fluid AMOLED display that has an on-screen fingerprint scanner. The screen is compatible with HDR10+ and 120Hz of refresh rate. The screen’s resolution features 2412 x 1080 pixels that includes a hole-punch 16-megapixel self-portrait camera that is located at the top in the middle of the screen. The rear has three additional cameras that include an IMX766 Sony 50MP main camera and an 8MP ultra-wide camera with 120-degree FOV, and an 2MP macro lens.
OnePlus announced that its 10T will run on the most recent Qualcomm chipset known as that is the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 which is the same chip that was leaked in the leak. The leak also reveals a confirmed fact that The OnePlus 10T will run on OxygenOS 13 which will be announced along with the handset on the 3rd of August.
PriceBaba says the 10T will come in two variations of the 10T. One with 8GB of RAM , and 128GB internal storage. The other is another variant that comes with 12GB RAM and 256GB of storage. If OnePlus plans to release two versions, it could likely lower the cost of the smaller capacity model enough to make it cheaper.
Multiple leaks have placed the 10T at a wide variety of prices that range from $915 down to $450. PriceBaba has the 10T priced at about 49,999 Indian Rupees approximately USD$630. So there’s no way to determine how much it’ll cost until the actual price is announced.
The final piece of information from the leak is that the 10T will feature 4800mAh battery which can handle 150W rapid charging. If this is the case, OnePlus could be blowing the largest smartphones that are currently available off the mark when it comes to charge times. If it’s able to truly utilize 150W of charge, then the 10T might be among the top charging devices available.
A small amount of details has been confirmed regarding this OnePlus 10T It’s crucial to keep in mind that it’s all information that’s been circulated until the device’s announcement is made publicly in the coming weeks. However, the majority of this information seems to be in line with our expectations regarding the 10T, and it’s possible OnePlus isn’t surprised when it hosts the event to announce it.