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OnePlus 10 still arrives with impressive specs!

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OnePlus 10 Pro was introduced earlier this year. Contrary to tradition, the Chinese company did not present an ordinary model from the flagship series. From then until today, it remains unknown what the fate of the ordinary OnePlus 10 phone is.

According to an exclusive report by Digit India and OnLeaks, it has been revealed that the OnePlus 10 will indeed see the light of day, but that this could only happen in the second half of this year. At the same time, the alleged specifications of this phone have been leaked.

The first thing in the report is that the OnePlus 10 will launch a switch on the frame of the phone, ie the popular Alert slider, which has been an integral part of the OnePlus phone for several years. It is obvious that OnePlus has been making changes to the phones for some time now, as the OnePlus Ace without the same feature was introduced yesterday.

It is reported that the phone will have an LTPO2 AMOLED screen with a diagonal of 6.7 “, Full HD + resolution. The screen refresh rate is 120 Hz. On the back, the phone will reportedly have a 50 MP main camera sensor, a 16 MP ultra-wide sensor, and a 2 MP macro sensor, while the front will feature a selfie camera with a 32 MP sensor. Compared to the OnePlus 10 Pro, a regular OnePlus 10 will obviously omit the telephoto sensor.

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The OnePlus 10 could come with a 4800 mAh battery, but also with support for a fast charge of 150 W. This would be almost twice as fast as the Pro version (80 W), which casts some doubt on this report. A 150W charger can charge your phone in just under 20 minutes.

In terms of performance, OnePlus reportedly is testing two-chip options. One is Snapdragon 8 Gen 1+, while the other is Dimensity 9000.

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