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OnePlus 10T Images & Specifications Exposed!


OnePlus 10T will be launching soon in the global market. The rumored model of the flagship numbered series has been leaked in its full glory. Yogesh Brar has exposed the device via onsitego. The device is codenamed ‘Ovaltine’. Furthermore, the naming of the device is still in the air. However, tipster Max Jambor states that the next flagship from OnePlus will be called the OnePlus 10T.


After the OnePlus 10R, it will be the next flagship with no alert slider. Furthermore, the camera module is an extension of the module from the 10 Pro. It takes up the whole top of the phone. Moreover, it also has a centered punch-hole cutout for the selfie camera like the OnePlus 10R. The bezels are minimal on the front with a slightly prominent chin. Overall, the display looks good in the renders. In addition, the Hasselblad branding can also be seen on the camera bump.

Expected Specifications

Despite rumors of the device being powered by a MediaTek chipset, the latest reports suggest differently. According to the recent reports, the OnePlus 10T will be powered by the latest Snapdragon 8+ Gen1 chipset. Moreover, the device will pack a 4800 mAh battery with a whopping 150W charging support. OnePlus 10T will have a 6.7″ 120Hz OLED display with an in-display fingerprint scanner.

Furthermore, the device will run Android 12-based Oxygen OS 12 out of the box. For the cameras, the phone will feature a 32MP selfie shooter. In addition, the rear camera system will consist of an OIS-enabled 50MP sensor. It will be accompanied by a 16MP ultra-wide camera and a 2MP macro sensor. Lastly, the device will have dual stereo speakers. However, it will lack support for wireless charging.

Launch Date

The device will be launched in July 2022. It will be placed in between the OnePlus 10 Pro and the OnePlus 10R.


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