The OnePlus 10 is expected to launch sometime later this year as the successor to the OnePlus 9 from 2021. Meanwhile, the OnePlus 10 Pro (review) has already made its way to the Indian shores packed with top-of-the-line features and second-generation Hasselblad colour calibration. Today, we at Digit are bringing some exclusive details about the specifications and features of the vanilla OnePlus 10 in partnership with popular tipster OnLeaks.

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The OnePlus 10 follows the OnePlus 9 which offered solid specs for its asking price including features like a high refresh rate AMOLED display, flagship Snapdragon 888 chip, and triple camera setup backed by Hasselblad and fast wired/wireless charging. This year, the OnePlus 10 aims to one-up the OnePlus 9 and here is what you can expect from the upcoming OnePlus flagship.

OnePlus 10 leaked specifications

OnePlus 9 camera module

As per the leaked specifications of the OnePlus 10 that we have managed to get our hands on courtesy of OnLeaks, OnePlus is currently testing two prototype variants, one powered by a Qualcomm chip and the other with a MediaTek SoC. The company doesn’t seem to have locked on the exact variant that will be mass-produced as the OnePlus 10 yet. But one thing is clear OnePlus is currently in the early stages of testing and it’s likely we will see the OnePlus 10 launching in the second half of 2022.

The OnePlus 10 features a 6.7-inch Full HD+ AMOLED display that offers support for a 120Hz refresh rate. In all likelihood, the vanilla OnePlus 10 will also feature LTPO 2.0 backplane technology which can adapt the refresh rate between 1Hz to 120Hz depending on the kind of content being played on the screen. 

OnePlus is currently testing two chipsets for its vanilla flagship: the next-generation Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC (likely Snapdragon 8 Gen 1+) and the MediaTek 9000 chipset. It’s currently unclear which chipset will end up powering the OnePlus 10, but we’ll know for sure once we near the official launch date. 

The chipset will be paired with 8GB/12GB RAM and 128GB/256GB storage options to choose from. It will likely run on the latest version of OxygenOS 12 which is based on Android 12.

As for the cameras, the OnePlus 10 has a 50MP primary camera followed by a 16MP ultra-wide camera and a 2MP macro camera. And on the front, there is an upgraded 32MP selfie camera.

In comparison, the OnePlus 9 brought with it a 48MP main camera, a 50MP ultra-wide camera and a 2MP monochrome sensor. It did not offer support for OIS but its cameras were given the same Hasselblad colour calibration as the OnePlus 9 Pro and we expect the OnePlus 10 to follow suit.

OnePlus has almost always been at the top of the fast charging game and with the OnePlus 10, we are getting a whopping 150W fast charging support. The battery capacity is rated at 4,800mAh. 

Incidentally, the OnePlus 10 is expected to be the first flagship OnePlus phone to not carry the iconic alert slider that has become synonymous with the OnePlus flagships. 

Is this the OnePlus 10?

Alleged OnePlus 10 design (credit: LetsGoDigital)

While there is no information on how the OnePlus 10 looks, there is a leak from March which allegedly spoiled how the back panel of the OnePlus 10 may look like. However, since there is no confirmation that it is infact the OnePlus 10, we’ll advise our readers to take this with a pinch of salt. As per a photo received by LetsGoDigital from user Shadow_Leak on Weibo, the OnePlus 10 could look very different from the OnePlus 10 Pro. The phone is showcased in two colours: Black and White with a vertical camera module like on the OnePlus 9 series. There was no other information like specs attached with the image that LetsGoDigital received. That said, we will know more about the OnePlus 10 in the heads up to the launch which is expected sometime later this year.


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