The OnePlus 10T product page was published in the UK Amazon early. This confirms several details of the upcoming flagship.
OnePlus’ second flagship of the year is on the horizon, the 10T. Earlier, rumors spread about the specifications and prices of the device. This time we find confirmation of those details in a file Product page published early On Amazon UK. The phone is sure to get an upgrade in terms of processor compared to its predecessor 10 Pro. OnePlus will equip the 10T with a more economical and faster Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset.
OnePlus 10T: faster but less sharp
Under the skin, according to the Amazon product page, we also find 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. This is supposed to be the base configuration of the 10T, given previous rumors of configurations with up to 12GB and 256GB of storage. Additionally, the phone is rumored to have a 4800mAh battery with charging speeds of up to 150W. Confirmation of these details was unfortunately not present on the Amazon UK page.
The product page states that the monitor has a refresh rate of 120Hz and works with LTPS technology. Variable refresh rate like LTPO display on OnePlus ’10 Pro is not supported by hardware. Previous rumors mentioned that the 10T’s screen has a diagonal of 6.7 inches. Despite the large size, OnePlus chose to lower the resolution with the 10T. From QHD+ on the 10 Pro to Full HD+ on the 10T, Amazon’s specs are listed.
Finally, on the product page that has since been taken offline, it’s mentioned that the main camera will be 50MP. Other cameras on the 10T are not mentioned. Previous rumors point to a 16MP wide-angle sensor in addition to the main camera.
OnePlus charges prime rates
In terms of specs, OnePlus has made quite a few compromises from its first release this year. This is as mentioned earlier in our article About OnLeaks Offers From the 10T he also returned to the design of the smartphone with a body made of plastic. However, the lower price does not seem to be related to this, as previously expected. Amazon put the 10T online, albeit early, at £799, and converted €930. This makes the T smartphone more expensive than the current flagship of OnePlus.
However, this is a leaked product page and the pricing may be incorrect. So the leaked details should be taken with a few grains of salt. Presumably, we will get to know the phone later in July. At this point, the details can only really be confirmed.
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