techno.rentetan.com – What will the OnePlus 10 Pro be like when it debuts in the near future? Comparatively to other Android phone producers, such as Google with its excellent Pixel 6, OnePlus may have lost some of its luster this year, but it is planning a new smartphone launch.
On Weibo, OnePlus co-founder and CEO Pete Lau hinted about the OnePlus 10 series. A hashtag of “OnePlus 10 Pro” was used, followed by the message “see you in January.” It’s safe to say that supporters are ecstatic.
There is something noteworthy about Lau mentioning just the Pro version of the OnePlus 3. There have been rumblings from the OnePlus 10 rumor mill, according to a well-known source on Twitter. Regular and Pro models are often launched at the same time, followed by a “T” model aimed for more power users, however this time around there was just one “T.” Although the 9T was axed by OnePlus this year,
It’s also worth mentioning that this is a little early for OnePlus to introduce a new flagship product. Now that Samsung’s Galaxy showcase is over, the firm launches its new items in the months of March and April.
This is the first OnePlus device to be released under the Oppo brand, and it will be called the OnePlus 10 Pro. “Deeper integration” with parent firm Oppo was revealed this year by OnePlus, which has been tied to Oppo from its founding.
Oppo, China’s largest smartphone maker, is helping to fund OnePlus, which is excellent news for the company’s business, but Android aficionados have expressed concern about the imminent changes to the OnePlus Oxygen OS interface as it attempts to combine it with ColorOS, which is based on Android 6.0. Whether we witness the demise of OnePlus as the Android device of choice for “enthusiasts,” I wonder if this is the end of Google’s Nexus.
If the OnePlus 10 Pro can beat Google’s improved Pixel 6 Pro in terms of camera performance, then that’s the last question. As far as we know, the speculated specifications are exciting.
On top of the stove-top camera array with three lenses and a flash that we’ve seen in leaked renderings, OnePlus’ next smartphone is expected to bring back its Hasselblad alliance, which it first launched with the OnePlus 9. In terms of screen size, the OnePlus 10 Pro’s display is 6.7 inches with a resolution of 2160 x 1080 pixels and 120 Hz refresh rate. Possibly 80W rapid charging, and Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor, according to CEO.
This spring, the OnePlus 10 Pro may be available for purchase in the United States for the first time.