Earlier this month we saw speculative renders of the OnePlus 10T with a somewhat unusual design. Now @OnLeaks has published new renders that look much closer to the 10 Pro design, though still with some notable differences.
These new renders are allegedly based on real life photos of a pre-production unit. They show that the camera bump on the back won’t span the full width of the phone like the earlier renders did.
The leakster highlights the changes between the current OnePlus 10 Pro and the upcoming 10T. The metal frame will apparently be replaced by a plastic one and the design of the bump will be tweaked, especially the beveling around it.
Two major changes to note: first, the display will be flat and second, the Alert slider is missing. This has become a bit of a theme with recent OnePlus launches, which have lost one of the trademark features of the brand that has been there nearly since the beginning. It is now exclusive to Pro models, apparently.
As for the display, it should be the same size as the Pro, 6.7”, though it is expected to drop to FHD+ resolution (from QHD+). Other rumored changes include faster 150W charging (up from 80W) and a less capable camera (50MP with OIS main, 16MP ultra wide, no telephoto). And, of course, the new Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 will replace the original chip. It should offer better power efficiency (which will be offset by a smaller battery, 4,800mAh vs. 5,000mAh).
Here is a 360° spin of the OnePlus 10T for a better look around the sides:
The OnePlus 10T will allegedly be available in Black and Green colors. It is expected to be revealed next month and (according to some) this will be the last OnePlus flagship release for the year.