OnePlus unveiled the 10T and OxygenOS 13 this week. The OnePlus 10T uses a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset, has 150W charging, but loses the iconic mute switch. The 8/128GB OnePlus 10T starts at €699/£629, while the 12/256GB version is €799/£729. Shipments begin on August 25.
OxygenOS 13 looks a lot like ColorOS, which might be fine with you, or you may be enraged. Either way, OnePlus says it’s inspired by water and features an ‘Auquamorphic’ design. The new OS will bring Android 13, starting with the OnePlus 10 Pro and later the 10T and most other current OnePlus smartphones. There’s no definitive date for the firmware release as of yet.
Top insiders claim that the Galaxy S23 Ultra will push past the 108MP sensor and feature the 200MP ISOCELL HP2 sensor.
We saw leaked renders of the Galaxy Z Fold4 and Z Flip4 this week, revealing similar-looking devices to the current generation. Samsung will unveil both on August 10.
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That’s the same battery capacity as the S22 Ultra. Similarly, the new 200MP image sensor may be the same size as the current 108MP sensor.
The official unveiling is tomorrow, but OnePlus has already confirmed many of the key specs. This video shows off the retail package and offers a first glimpse of the 10T.
LTPO panels built with newer materials will be used for the two Pro phones, while the iPhone 14 and 14 Max will get cheaper panels.
The vanilla Edge model will abandon its traditional Snapdragon 7-series chip in favor of a new MediaTek chip and it will go back to an OLED display.
Even though it will still use Samsung’s 25W charging system, the charge curve has been retuned to reach 50% faster.
It’s rumored to be a rebrand of the Reno7 Z 5G which shares its specs with the Reno8 Lite, Reno7 Lite and Oppo F21 Pro 5G.