OnePlus 10R, OnePlus 10, OnePlus 10 Pro: Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, 108MP Camera, 120W Charging?
Pete Lau recently confirmed the upcoming OnePlus 10 and OnePlus 10 Pro will be powered by Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. The upcoming 4nm-based processor is said to be a major upgrade over its predecessor, by up to 40 percent in terms of performance. Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 will include a new 3GHz ARM Cortex X2 high-performance core as well as 4x faster AI performance with Qualcomm’s 7th Gen Qualcomm AI Engine powering it.
As per the previous report, OnePlus 10 launch will happen along with the Pro model in the January-February time period in 2022 in China, while the OnePlus 10 and OnePlus 10 Pro global variant will come in the March-April time frame.
During the same period Samsung will also launch its flagship Galaxy S22 series in February 2022.
The main reason why OnePlus will release the OnePlus 10 flagships because it probably wants to compete with Samsung in China.
New OnePlus 10 Pro design is out which revealed a new camera design with an under-display front camera. OnePlus 10 series will launch in early 2022 consisting of three phones as this year: OnePlus 10, OnePlus 10 Pro and OnePlus 10R. OnePlus 9T launch may not happen in 2021. As per the rumours, the company is said to stop the T-series OnePlus phones from this year and directly launch the OnePlus 10 series next year.
The camera design is quite similar to Galaxy S21 series, given it’s only a prototype, it could change in the future.
Coming to OnePlus 10 Pro concept renders, the images hint at what OnePlus 10 Pro may look like. The company seems to be already in the development of the next OnePlus series phones, OnePlus 10 and OnePlus 10 Pro. Surprisingly, previous OnePlus 10 Pro leaks show an under-display selfie camera and Hasselblad branding.
The leaked OnePlus 10 Pro is shown in a black-coloured faux leather with a leatherette matte finish. OnePlus 10 Pro packs in a 3.5mm audio jack on top, and a USB Type-C port and speaker and microphone grills at the bottom, power button, an alert slider on right and a camera shutter button on left with a volume rocker.