Leaks and rumors in relation to the OnePlus 10 series have been doing the rounds for quire some time. Renders suggest that the rear-camera module and the standard OnePlus 10 is likely to be similar to, if not the same as the Oppo Reno 7 Pro.
Whilst those are just rumors, it seems that 91mobiles has a little bit more to offer. The publication has learnt from tipster Yogesh Brar that the OnePlus 10 series has now entered private testing in the regions of Europe and China, with a debut likely in either late January or early February.
When is the OnePlus 10 Series Going to Debut?
This comes as a surprise, since the launch should have been a bit earlier, but it seems that OnePlus is pushing the launch forward by a few weeks, in order to most likely compete with the Samsung Galaxy S22 series which itself is likely to launch in February.
For those wondering, the OnePlus 9 series debuted back in April of 2021, meaning that if true, the OnePlus 10 series will debut quite a bit early, two months to be exact. This may be due to the lack of a T-series flagship for this year, with the only two flagships being the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro.
The OnePlus 10 series will be the first of many to feature the new Oppo-OnePlus OS that is likely to debut in early 2022, with the devices also rumored to feature the Snapdragon 898 5G SoC from Qualcomm.
Earlier leaks suggest that the OnePlus 10 Pro will make use of a square rear-camera module with a triple-camera array and an LED flash. Towards the front will be a 6.7-inch AMOLED display with support for 120Hz refresh rate.
What Else Do We Know About the Upcoming Smartphones?
It will also feature a 5000 mAh battery with a whopping 125W charging support, as well as a periscope lens to the back with support for 5x optical zoom.
In other OnePlus news, the OnePlus Nord 2 x PAC-MAN Edition smartphone’s awe-inspiring design has surfaced online in the form of a hands-on image.
The Chinese consumer electronics company unveiled a new limited edition smartphone carrying the OnePlus Nord 2 x PAC-MAN Edition moniker last week. The brand divulged the upcoming handset’s pricing details but kept its availability details under wraps.