Hopefully these new Hasselblad cameras aren’t as filler as the OnePlus 9 series.
On Twitter, CPO and Founder of OnePlus Pete Lau had finally revealed the OnePlus 10 design, which matches earlier rumours that the phone would have a design that’s similar to the OnePlus 9, except with a large “four-square” pattern for its camera module.
The phone still retained the Hasselblad branding and according to Lau, this system has been improved. In theory, this new improved camera module should take better photos with improved saturation, highlights, contrast, brightness, and shadows. It should also improve on post-processing and scene recognition as well as AI enhancements. The most common complaint the OnePlus 9 series received is that the Hasselblad branding is just there for branding purposes and felt that nothing significant has changed in comparison to similarly priced flagship phones.
While there are no other specifications revealed yet, it is expected that the phone should be using a 6.7in. LTPO AMOLED with a 120Hz refresh rate and a QHD+ resolution for its display. It is also expected to bear an IP68 certification for dust and water resistance. Like every other flagship, the OnePlus 10 Pro should use the new Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 flagship chip paired with up to 12GB LPDDR5 RAM Land up to 256GB UFS 3.1 storage.
There’s also expected a triple camera setup (confirmed from the image above) that consists of a 50mp main lens, an 8mp telephoto with 3.3x optical zoom, and possibly an ultrawide camera. Once new and confirmed information has been announced, we will update you on the OnePlus 10 series.
The phone is expected to debut in China on 11th January along with the vanilla OnePlus 10. We are not sure if OnePlus is still continuing on the T series or not as the OnePlus 9 series didn’t have one. Global release is expected much much later, as late as April.