OnePlus’s roadmap for its India launch surfaced online not too long ago, and we are expected to see the OnePlus 10R around the end of May, according to it.
In addition to the OnePlus 10R, the BBK-owned firm is developing a OnePlus 10R. There’s no doubt it’s the follow-up to last year’s OnePlus 9R, which was essentially the OnePlus 8T rebranded for Indian markets only.
However, the specs of the smartphone have leaked online in recent development. From a technical standpoint, the OnePlus 10R could be the same device as the Realme GT Neo 3.
This smartphone features a 6.7-inch FHD+ AMOLED display that runs at 120Hz and supports HDR10+. In previous rumors, OnePlus has been said to use the Dimensity 9000, but a MediaTek Dimensity 8100 chip is presumed.
The OnePlus 9R includes the Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 processor, so a MediaTek Dimensity processor will not be able to provide the performance to match it in the OnePlus 10R.
In comparison to Dimensity 8100 SoC, Snapdragon 870 offers a little better performance.
While there is a possibility that OnePlus won’t add the Alert Slider, a feature that has been a staple of their phones so far. There are also rumors of 8/12GB RAM and 128GB and 256GB UFS 3.1 storage options.
At the back of the OnePlus 10R will be a 50MP Sony IMX766 camera with optical image stabilization, an 8MP ultra-wide lens, and a 2MP macro lens. While on the front side, it will feature a punch hole 16MP shooter.
Charge speed is potentially one of the most attractive features of the OnePlus 10R. Apart from this, a variant of the OnePlus 10R is expected to feature a 4500mAh battery with a fast charge support of 150W.
OnePlus smartphones had been using a unified operating system (Oppo ColorOS) for some time and many people did not like that idea.
Realme smartphones cannot compete with traditional OnePlus smartphones, because they are not rebranded.