As it turns out, both Steve Hemmerstoffer and Max Jambor could prove (at least partially) correct in their predictions (assumptions?), as the OnePlus 10 and 10T 5G are now likely to be one and the same device.
The design is more important than the name anyway
Then you have a flat screen purportedly measuring around 6.7 inches in diagonal in lieu of the Pro’s curved AMOLED display that happens to stand tall at 6.7 inches of its own, as well as a centered rather than a top left-mounted hole punch, and alas, no handy alert slider found next to or opposite the power key and volume buttons of the OnePlus 10 or 10T.
Here are the (alleged) specs in full
- 6.7-inch AMOLED screen with FHD+ resolution and 120Hz refresh rate support
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor
- 50MP primary camera with OIS
- 16MP secondary ultra-wide-angle shooter
- 2MP macro lens
- 32MP selfie camera
- 4,800mAh battery
- 150W fast charging capabilities
- Android 12-based OxygenOS 12
- In-display fingerprint reader
- Stereo speakers
- 128 and 256GB storage configurations
- 8 and 12GB RAM options
We’re obviously looking at a less advanced (and less expensive) version of the OnePlus 10 Pro here with a lower-res display, far less impressive cameras, slightly smaller battery, and presumably, no wireless charging technology in tow.