A lot has been said about the new generation of high-end smartphones oneplus, with the arrival of the call oneplus 10 pro, The cell phone has been rumored for a few weeks and has now reappeared, being the protagonist of a video showing an alleged 3D model on display at one of the brand’s stores.
The video, which was initially posted on Chinese social network Weibo, was reposted by leaker Steve Hammertoffer, and shows a potentially non-functional OnePlus 10 Pro prototype, which has already been leaked and even leaked. That has also been confirmed by OnePlus.
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Here, we see what a cell phone would actually look like in real life, with its square module built into the left side of the device. In this area should be your three rear cameras and your LED flash. Your back cover should have a matte finish in at least two colors, which are black and dark green. This is a major change compared to its direct predecessor, oneplus 9 pro,
What to expect from OnePlus 10 Pro?
On its back, the model should have three lenses, including a 48MP main sensor, 50MP ultrawide, and an 8MP telephoto lens with 3x zoom.
Furthermore, the smartphone should feature a 6.7-inch screen with AMOLED technology, Quad HD+ resolution, and an adaptive refresh rate of up to 120Hz. With regards to performance, the phone will be powered by a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor. Qualcomm And it should have up to 12GB of RAM memory and up to 256GB of UFS 3.1 technology storage. The battery should eventually be 5,000mAh and the rumors talk of 125W fast charging support.
Now it’s time to wait for January 5th, the fixed date of presentation of the smartphone. So, keep an eye on Canaltech to stay updated with all the news.
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