The OnePlus 10T is a perplexing phone. This alleged handset is apparently superior to the OnePlus 10 Pro in some ways and inferior in others, and the latest leak suggests its specs really are all over the place.
According to Digital Chat Station – a leaker with a reasonable track record – posting on weibo (opens in new tab)The OnePlus 10T features a 6.7-inch 1080 x 2412 flat OLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate, a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Plus chipset, 150W charging, a 4,800mAh battery, an under-display fingerprint scanner, Dual speakers and a punch-hole selfie camera.
That selfie camera is apparently 16MP, while the triple-lens rear camera reportedly includes a 50MP f/1.8 primary sensor, accompanied by 8MP and 2MP secondary sensors.
If all is correct, the OnePlus 10T will have a more powerful chipset than the OnePlus 10 Pro (which has the non-Plus version of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1), as well as faster charging – up to 80W on the OnePlus 10T (or 65W). for US buyers).
But the 10T’s cameras sound like a massive downgrade, its display is apparently lower resolution and apparently has a smaller battery.
And to add to the confusion, we’re not even sure how the OnePlus 10T will be branded, with this source saying that’s the “provisional name” and previous sources also suggesting they’re not sure it’ll arrive as the 10T – it might land as the one. OnePlus 10, or something else entirely.
We’d take this particular leak with a pinch of salt, as the camera specs here are different – and worse – than those listed in previous leaks, but in both cases it looks like the snappers are likely to be worse than those on the OnePlus 10 Pro.
Analysis: a confusing proposition
If any of the spec leaks we’ve heard about the OnePlus 10T are right, OnePlus could have a tough job justifying its existence or selling it.
It will likely have to be charged on the OnePlus 10 Pro, but it’s a newer handset with – reportedly – a more powerful chipset and faster charging. But with an FHD+ flat screen and what looks like a mediocre camera setup, it can hardly be positioned as the company’s flagship flagship.
Maybe they’re similarly priced and OnePlus leaves it up to buyers to decide what they value most in a phone, but whatever the company does, this handset looks set to add confusion to the range.
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