The OnePlus 10T 5G sports a lower-resolution display and a less impressive camera system than the 10 Pro flagship 10 Pro handset but makes more up for this with a redesigned SoC with faster charging and a cheaper price. There are those who prefer the 10T’s flat-screen instead of the Pro’s curving one.
Half a year and a half since revealing the most popular handset, OnePlus is finally offering a less expensive non-Pro model, The 10T5G. While it’s still a high-end phone it is able to cut off $250 off the price of its Pro sister while also improving certain specifications (and dropping many other specs).).
The phone has the 6.7-inch 1,080×2,412 AMOLED display that has a dynamic refresh rate that changes between 90Hz and 60Hz and 120Hz depending on the content. The display also features the ability to respond at 360Hz and 10-bit color depth with HDR10+ capability.
The processor that powers the OnePlus 10T will be Qualcomm’s most powerful Snapdragon 8+ generation 1. (the 10 Pro has the standard version) coupled with up to 16GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 256GB of UFS 3.1 storage. Qualcomm has developed a brand new cooling system for the 10T that features the biggest vapor chamber on any phone from the company.
The camera department has been subject to the biggest cost-saving measures and OnePlus even removing its Hasselblad logo and the features of its software. The phone comes with the IMX766 camera, which has a resolution of 50 megapixels that comes with OIS and an ultrawide 8-megapixel camera, as well as a 2MP macro. On the front is the fixed-focus camera of 16 megapixels, which is situated inside a cut-out hole.
Other notable shortcomings in comparison with the Pro version include the absence the alert slider the absence of Wi-Fi 6E connectivity as well as a rather low IP54 rating.
The OnePlus 10T comes with a decently-sized battery of 4,800 mAh with fast-charging support of 150W which is capable of the full charge taking just 19 minutes. In countries with 100-127V outlets The charging speed is restricted to 125W, which makes the phone’s charge go from one to 100 percent in a minute slower. The company claims that the battery will keep around 20% of the capacity it has after 1600 charging cycles.
The handset will come equipped with its Android 12-based OxygenOS 12.1 installed, and promises to be receiving three important Android updates, as well as the security update for four years.
The OnePlus 10T 5G will be available in Moonstone Black and Jade Green, with pre-orders in the US beginning on September 1 and the shipment date kicking off in September. Prices start at $649 for the variant with 8GB or 128GB of storage with the 12GB / 128GB model is $749.