Much is said about the new generation of advanced smartphones from oneplusWith the arrival of the call OnePlus 10 Pro. The mobile has been rumored for a few weeks and has now resurfaced, being the protagonist in a video showing a supposed 3D model displayed in a brand store.
Initially posted on Chinese social network Weibo, and reposted by leaker Steve Hammertoffer, the video shows a possible non-functional OnePlus 10 Pro prototype, identical to the one already leaked and confirmed by OnePlus itself.
– Steve H. McFly (OnLeaks) January 3, 2022
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Here, we see what a cell phone would really look like in real life, with its square unit built into the left side of the device. In this area should be your three rear cameras and the LED flash. The back cover must have a matte finish in at least two colours, black and dark green. It is a significant change compared to its immediate predecessor, OnePlus 9 Pro.
What do you expect from OnePlus 10 Pro?
On the back, the model should have three lenses, including a 48MP main sensor, 50MP ultra-wide, and 8MP telephoto lens for 3x zoom.
In addition, the smartphone should have a 6.7-inch screen with AMOLED technology, Quad HD + resolution and an adaptive refresh rate of up to 120 Hz. In terms of performance, the phone will have a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor from Qualcomm It should have up to 12GB of RAM and UFS 3.1 storage of up to 256GB. The battery should eventually be 5000 mAh and rumors speak of support for 125W fast charging.
Now it’s time to wait for the 5th of January, the confirmed date for the presentation of the smartphone. So, keep an eye on Canaltech to keep up with all the news.
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