A mysterious contraption that raises a slew of questions.
According to Chinese social media platform Weibo’s Digital Chat Station (via TechRadar(opens in new tab)), a OnePlus 10T is rumored to debut this year with some intriguing specifications. This phone has several advantages over the OnePlus 10 Pro, but it also has some disadvantages over the OnePlus 10 Pro.
According to Digital Chat Station, the phone in question may not be called the OnePlus 10T after all. According to the specifications supplied, which we’ll discuss in a moment, this is not the reported OnePlus 10 Ultra.
The leaker believes that the smartphone in issue will contain a 50MP (f/1.5) primary sensor, as well as 8MP and 2MP cameras on the front and back, respectively. An ultrawide-angle sensor would be the most likely candidate for the 8MP sensor, while a depth, macro, or monochrome sensor would be the most unlikely. This phone offers a 16MP front-facing camera for taking selfies.
A 48MP (f/1.8) main camera is joined by a 50MP (f/2.2) ultrawide and an 8MP (f/2.4) telephoto sensor in the new OnePlus 10 Pro, which is available now. The 32MP (f/2.2) front-facing camera is a nice touch. It is clear that the secondary and front cameras on this supposed OnePlus 10T are inferior, and while the 50MP primary camera has more megapixels, we suspect a smaller sensor, that is just a speculation.
More bizarre things are coming out of the leak. Charge it at 150W and it’ll last four hours longer than the OnePlus 10 Pro. When it came to power, the OnePlus 10 Pro could deliver 80W in other countries and 65W in the United States. However, the OnePlus 10T should sport an in-display fingerprint sensor like the current OnePlus flagship. There are also two speakers onboard, it appears.
Obviously, this is a strange piece of equipment. The alleged OnePlus 10T may have a quicker processor and more powerful battery than the OnePlus 10 Pro, but it falls short in every other regard. If this is indeed the OnePlus 10T, then the leaker doesn’t even know what it will be called yet. We also believe it could be the OnePlus 10, which we’ve heard a much about recently.
As a result, OnePlus’ product strategy has become increasingly complex and impossible to forecast in the last several weeks. That doesn’t sit well with us.