Now there is no doubt what the upcoming OnePlus 10T will look like. Official renders of the device, which will be available in matte black and glossy green, have been published.
It’s quite clear that its screen will be flat as opposed to the curved screen of the OnePlus 10 Pro flagship, which we haven’t seen here yet.
The company’s designer confirmed that it was about 6.7-inch panel, but there is still no official information about the resolution or the refresh rate.
It’s in the hole in the screen 16MP selfie camera, and on the back it carries a camera module very similar to that of the OnePlus 10 Pro, but without the Hasselblad logo.
The same source states that the company wanted to offer the OnePlus 10T at a certain price, and with the Hasselblad letters on the back, this would not be possible.
However, its main camera could offer better photos than those of the OnePlus 10 Pro if we are to be trusted 50MP Sony IMX766. It also has an ultra-wide camera and a 2MP macro camera.
Mini switch on side, big piece inside
When asked why the device will not come with a sound profile switch on the side, which every OnePlus flagship has so far, their chief designer Hope Liu answered.
Namely, according to his words, that small but extremely practical switch on the side, with which we blindly turn on silent mode or vibration in our pockets, carries with it a component of 30mm2 under the cover.
This takes up too much precious space for the battery and super fast technology (most likely 150W) fillings. If they had kept it, they would have had to generally make the phone thicker, which they didn’t want.
OnePlus has so far revealed two colors of the OnePlus 10T phone. One is called Jade Green and is a shade of green with a glossy finish, and the other is Moonstone Black – a matte rough shade of black.
In this way, it is difficult to figure out from the render whether it is glass or polycarbonate backs.