OnePlus 10T 5G Might Arrive With Different Design Than OnePlus 10 Pro
Image: @onleaks

The latest OnePlus 10T renders suggest some significant design differences from than OnePlus 10 Pro. Mainly, the changes were seen in the camera bump; it looks like combined with the device. Let’s discuss this further.

Recently, the OnePlus Nord brand smartwatch was also seen in BIS certification, which means it will launch soon, and production details & pricing details have also leaked.

OnePlus 10T Renders Revealed Its Look & Color Variants

OnePlus 10T Renders Revealed Its Look & Color Variants
Image: @onleaks

As we already know, OnePlus is planning another smartphone for the OnePlus 10 series, which will be named OnePlus 10T, and this ‘T’ smartphone will be the main lineup’s last device from the company for this year.

Smartprix has provided high-quality renders in association with Steve Hemmerstoffer (@onleaks), and these renders are said to be based on the pre-production unit of the actual device.

As per renders, the front look of the device is similar to the OnePlus 10 Pro, but if you look at its back, you’ll find many changes, such as a smooth camera bump and a missing slider alert.

Hasselblad has no mark on the camera bump, and its surroundings are smoothly attached to the device body. There is also shuffling of camera and sensor, and bezels are slightly wider.

Besides, these renders also proved that there will be two color options for the OnePlus 10T, Sierra Black & Frost Green.

OnePlus 10T: Specifications

Earlier reports have already suggested its specifications. OnePlus 10T 5G would have a more extensive battery capability than the OnePlus 10R with a 4800mh battery with a 150W fast-charging USB-C port.

And it would be powered by Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC, and its triple camera setup includes a 50-megapixel primary lens, an 8-Megapixel Ultra-wide lens, and a 2-megapixel macro sensor.

The device launch date is expected to be before the fall of this year. It is highly anticipated that this device will arrive in October because the last ‘T’ device was the OnePlus 8T, launched in October.