OnePlus brand officially announced a smartphone in China today OnePlus 10 Pro, which is the current flagship model of the brand. It got the latest chipset from Qualcomm, faster cable charging, and a second-gen LTPO display with variable refresh rate. The phone will start selling in China first and hit global markets in the spring.
The body of the smartphone is made of metal, the back is again glass (Gorilla glass). All three lenses, along with the LED, will be housed in a slightly elevated photomodule adorning the Hasselblad logo. The smartphone will be available in Volcanic Black and Forest Emerald.
The back is curved towards the edges, and this will also apply to the AMOLED screen. On the lower edge there is a USB-C, a drawer for nanoSIM and a main speaker (your companion will be a speaker for headphones), on the left side there are volume controls, on the right there is a lock key. Near the photomodule is a familiar rough three position rider, which switches between silent, vibrant and loud modes in a spirit similar to the OnePlus 9.
The most powerful processor and fast memory
Intergenerationally, the telephone has almost same floor plan, with the only difference that its thickness decreases by 0.2 millimeters. The front is filled with a 6.7 “QHD + (3216 × 1440 pixels) LTPO2 AMOLED display with adaptive 120Hz refresh rate. In practice, you can switch to any refresh rate in the range of 1 to 120 Hz. The panel has a maximum brightness of 1,300 rivets and displays up to 1 billion shades of color. The screen covers Gorilla Glass Victus.
The main camera with a resolution of 48 MPx and a brightness of F1.8 comes from Sony, 50Mpx wide with a viewing angle of 150 ° supplied by Samsung (ISOCELL JN1 sensor). The third camera is an 8MP telephoto lens that offers 3.3 × optical zoom. A 32MP selfie with a brightness of F2.4 was hidden in the screenshot. Thanks to a partnership with Hasselblad, it was created color calibration mode, which brings photos even closer to the colors of the real world. An improved mode for taking RAW photos was also included. The phone also records videos in 8K resolution.
It’s probably not surprising that every single manufacturer wants to ride the latest wave. Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. Also, the manufacturer is intergenerational. increased cooling area by 55%, so it should be very close to A4 paper when unpacked and flattened. The chipset will connect to LPDDR5 memories with capacities of 8 or 12 GB and UFS 3.1 fast storage, which will be available in a 128 or 256 GB variant. The phone also features improved vibration response, with a total of up to 130 different vibration combinations to choose from.
You can charge the 5,000 mAh battery accelerated with 80 Watt cable or 50 W wirelessly (AirVOOC). And reverse wireless charging was also considered. The phone with Android 12 and the ColorOS 12.1 graphics extension will go on sale in China on January 13. The basic 8/128 GB variant is based on a tax of 19 thousand crowns. The global version of the phone will go on sale this spring.
This is the new OnePlus 10 Pro:
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