OnePlus 10 will lose the functionality of very popular devices

According to the information, OnePlus 10 could be one of the most powerful smartphones on the market. Stay tuned for more information as we get closer to launch!

There has been a lot of speculation about the OnePlus 10, with many people wondering what the Chinese manufacturer has. Now, a new leak has apparently revealed all the details about the upcoming smartphone. According to the information, OnePlus 10 could be one of the most powerful smartphones on the market. Stay tuned for more information as we get closer to launch!

At MWC 2022, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau said that the company’s flagship lineup will be limited to the OnePlus 10 Pro only. Initially, it was believed that OnePlus would shift its focus to Nord’s lineup of products, including the recently announced Nord N20 5G. However, a new leak from Digit India (via OnLeaks) claims that there will, in fact, be a file OnePlus 10.

According to this latest leak, part of the reason the standard OnePlus 10 hasn’t been revealed yet is that the company is testing two different versions of the phone. One variant is said to be powered by an unknown Qualcomm chipset, while the other will contain a processor. MediaTek 9000.

The OnePlus processor that decides to go ahead will be paired with 8GB or 12GB of RAM and up to 256GB of internal storage. OnePlus 10 is expected to use a 6.7-inch FHD+ AMOLED display with a variable refresh rate of 120Hz, thanks to the use of an LTPO 2.0 panel. This is the same preview panel that we’ve seen used on some of the best Android phones released so far in 2022, including the Galaxy S22 Ultra and OnePlus 10 Pro.

Moving on to the camera hardware, the OnePlus 10 will stick with a 50MP main (wide-angle) camera, along with a 16MP ultra-wide lens and 2MP macro sensor. That’s just one area where OnePlus has apparently decided to cut costs, as the OnePlus 10 Pro has a 48MP/50MP/8MP camera combo. Up front, OnePlus is said to be upgrading the selfie camera with a 32MP sensor and we wouldn’t be surprised if it had the same lens as the 10 Pro.

Other specs included in this latest leak include the use of a 4,800mAh cell, which is a slight drop compared to the 5,000mAh cell in the flagship 10 Pro. But the real story here comes from the download speeds. With the OnePlus 10 Pro, the phone can reach speeds of up to 80W, while the limit here in the US is 65W. According to Digit India and OnLeaks, the OnePlus 10 will be able to offer charging speeds of up to 150W, almost double the cheaper version. Unfortunately, it is unknown if this will be available on all versions of the phone, or if it will be region specific with slower charging speeds in different regions.

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Last but not least, this leak claims that OnePlus will remove the iconic alert slider. If that’s the case, the OnePlus 10 will be the first OnePlus flagship phone to launch without this hardware slider. For years, this has been one of the main selling points of the OnePlus phone over the competition, as you can switch between different sound modes on your phone without actually unlocking your phone.

While we’ve been waiting to see more information on what the phone will look like, it looks like we’ll have to keep waiting a bit longer. But the prospect of OnePlus 10 launching is really exciting, even if we have to deal with some compromises.

OnePlus is currently testing two different versions of the OnePlus 10. One variant will be powered by an unknown Qualcomm chipset, while the other will make use of the MediaTek 9000 processor. Which of these variants will eventually launch or whether both will run on the shelves is still unknown. However, we can expect to know more about this upcoming phone in the near future. In the meantime, be sure to follow AndroidGeek for the latest news and rumors about OnePlus and all the other leading smartphone brands.

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