While OnePlus released the 10 Pro and the 10R, little was known about the company’s third phone in its 10-series, OnePlus 10. Till now the only knowledge that we had about this phone is that it would come installed with the Snapdragon 8 Gen1 chipset. Now thanks to the popular tipster Yogesh Brar and Onsitego, we have enough details to build 3D renders of the model.
OnePlus 10 (or 10T) renders
The OnePlus 10T renders reveal a design similar to the OnePlus 10 Pro 5G. The cameras sit on a bump, as is the case with many other models, however, the bump spans the entire width of the phone. The front looks much the same with a centered display cutout. On its sides, while the volume buttons and the power button are at their usual places (on the left and the right, respectively), it is not clear through the renders where the alert slider is situated.
Before we feel all excited looking at these renders, let us also be aware that these renders are not based on CAD as usually is the case when leaks are shared by leaksters such as Steve Hemmerstoffer. These renders, are instead based on “early prototype units” as observed by Yogesh Brar. Brar carries a good track record and we can keep our fingers crossed that these match the actual device when it is unveiled.
OnePlus 10 (or 10T) specifications (rumored)
OnePlus 10 would most likely carry a 6.7” display screen, that is larger than the earlier T versions and matches that of 10 Pro. It will have FHD+, and nor QHD+ resolution. The phone would supposedly have an 50MP primary camera with OIS and 4k 60fps video recording. This will be assisted by a 16MP ultra wide camera and a 2MP macro module. The phone would have no telephone lnses. At the front end, the phone would carry a 32MP lens for selfies.
Though not totally authentic, the renders seem sensible given the fact that the rear end of the phone resembles a lot to the OnePlus 10 Pro, giving a hint of lineage there. If these renders do turn out to be true, then this vanilla 10 model could turn out to be the OnePlus’s first flagship phone that would have given away with one of the company’s most famous hallmarks.