Leaked render images show a large camera bump in the OnePlus 10 Pro. If the images are to be believed, the phone will feature a triple-camera set-up. The phone is expected to be launched in the first half of 2022. A new leak has revealed the design of the OnePlus 10 Pro, the company’s unreleased flagship phone that is expected to release next year. The leaked images of the camera bump were shared by well-known leakster Steve H.McFly on Twitter in collaboration with Zouton US.
Sooo… I’m back from the Future again, this time with the very first and early look at the #OnePlus10Pro in form o… https://t.co/gQxuEX4Wzc
— Steve H.McFly (@OnLeaks) 1636485746000
The photo shows a triple-camera set-up housed at the top-left of the back with a unique bump that extends into the side of the phone, similar to the Samsung Galaxy S21. The photo is claimed to be based on a real life image of an early prototype, however; it was probably converted into a render to prevent sharing any additional details that may land the leakster into trouble.
If the render images come true, we will see the reduction of one camera in the upcoming flagship device from its predecessor OnePlus 9 Pro that had a quad-camera set-up. This could be the 2MP monochrome sensor. While this is an early buzz about OnePlus’s upcoming smartphone, the Zouton post gives some insights into what we can expect in terms of specifications.
Expected specifications of OnePlus 10 Pro
The phone is expected to sport a 6.7-inch fluid AMOLED display with 120Hz refresh rate while packing a slightly larger 5,000mAh battery. In terms of storage, it could have the 128GB and 256GB options along with 8GB and 12GB RAM, respectively. It is speculated to retail at around $1,069 (approx. ₹80,000) in the US market.
While these are just speculations, the company is yet to announce them officially. Some of them may vary at the time of launch. However, OnePlus has announced that the upcoming smartphones from the company will do away with the OxygenOS software and feature a new software that is a merger between Oppo’s ColorOS and OxygenOS.
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