It seems that OnePlus is ready to offer us a Fall flagship, even though that didn’t quite happen last year. A OnePlus 10T has leaked in renders and it’s shown with a 6.7 inch screen with a large camera bump, this time covering the whole back side. We have a render of it below, courtesy of leakster Yogesh Brar and Onsitego.
The OnePlus 10T comes with an unusual design, as the camera module extends across the full width of the device. The leaksters claim that this design is loosely based on early prototypes, so the material finishes may not be so accurate. At 6.7 inches in diagonal, this appears to be one of the largest OnePlus handsets to date and definitely larger than the previous T-Phones. It should bring a Full HD+ resolution in lieu of Quad HD+, but it should also keep the refresh rate at 120 Hz.
We’re expecting even faster charging than the OnePlus 10 Pro, at 150W versus 80W, but the battery drops from 5000 mAh to 4800 mAh. Wireless charging will still be missing. The rear camera setup seems to have been downgraded a tad: we’re getting a main 50 MP camera with OIS and 4K 60 FPS video. By the way the OnePlus 10 Pro was one of the very few smartphones on the market with 4K 120 FPS video capture.
There should also be a 16 MP ultrawide camera and a 2 MP Macro module and no trace of a telephoto lens. The front facing camera will use a 32 MP sensor. Just as a quick recap, the OnePlus 10 Pro had a large 48 MP sensor with OIS, a 50 MP ultrawide camera with Fisheye lens and an 8.8 MP telephoto cam with 3.3X zoom. It also delivered 8K capture. We even have a price leak for the OnePlus 10T: around $900 and a launch time frame: July.