OnePlus 10T colorways have been revealed

OnePlus 10T

OnePlus is gearing up to introduce a new flagship smartphone dubbed OnePlus 10T. The device is a “performance” flagship and brings the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC along with 150 W fast-charging tech. The camera setup will not be as impressive as the one within the OnePlus 10 Pro. Even the Hasselblad logo is gone along with the alert slider. The focus is on performance, but the device will still have a lot of style. Ahead of the launch, the device’s colorways have been revealed along with their official marketing names – Moonstone Black and Jade Green.

The OnePlus 10T with Moonstone Black colorway has a rough textured back glass. It’s reminiscent of the sandstone finish that arrived with the original OnePlus One. The Jade Green colorway, on the other hand, has a smooth, glossy texture. However, the color is matte rather than shiny. Interestingly, this one resembles the OnePlus 10 Pro’s green colorway, although the tone seems to be different.

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OnePlus 10T specifications emerge

OnePlus already confirmed the OnePlus 10T launch in New York for August 3. It’s a global smartphone, so it may reach other markets simultaneously. Under the hood, the device will carry the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC. It will bring a 6.7-inch AMOLED screen with Full HD+ resolution and a 120 Hz refresh rate. The OnePlus 10T will have an in-display fingerprint scanner and a centered punch-hole comprising a 16 MP selfie snapper. Moving around to the back, the device has a triple-camera array. It does not bring the Hasselblad logo, but it’s a decent setup. The camera department has the 50 MP Sony IMX766 snapper joined by an 8 MP ultrawide shooter and a 2 MP decorative (macro, depth, portrait or whatever) snapper.

In terms of endurance, the OnePlus 10T has a 4,800 mAh battery with 150 W fast-charging. When it comes to the software part, the device will run Android 12 with OxygenOS 12.1 running on top. Interestingly, OnePlus will also reveal the upcoming OxygenOS 13 at the same event.

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