OnePlus 10 Pro 5G Unveils Specs and Standard Release: Design, Speedy Charging and Gaint Battery

OnePlus 10 Pro 5G

OnePlus 10 Pro: A battery with 5,000 mAh and quicker charging are just a few of the specs we’ve heard about as of now for OnePlus 2022’s flagship phone, which was revealed in CES 2022.

OnePlus continues to leak information about its next flagship phone that is that of the OnePlus 10 Pro. On Tuesday at CES 2022, the slow drip gave us a definitive confirmation of a few of the specs of the phone ahead of its debut this week China. The first highlights include an increased battery capacity of 5,000 mAh with faster charging speeds, as well as new cameras.

According to previous reports The OnePlus 10 Pro will run on Qualcomm’s brand-new Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor as well as its own OxygenOS 12. (which is built upon Android 12). According to rumors the phone will feature three rear cameras that includes 48-, 50 and 8-megapixel lenses. An additional 32-megapixel sensor will also be available on the front, for photos and videos.

The OnePlus 9 Pro had a similar rear camera setup that included the 48-megapixel camera acting as the primary lens, while the 50-megapixel camera functions ultrawide lens and a telephoto lens of 8 megapixels, although the company could not confirm if the setup will be used for the 10 Pro.

Hasselblad is still involved in the imaging process however, what improvements this could bring isn’t known.

OnePlus is yet to confirm the size of the display or resolution, however reports suggest that it will stay with 6.7 inches. The company announced on Tuesday that it would feature 120Hz refresh rate.

For charging capabilities, it can support wired fast charging of 80 watts as well as 50-watt wireless charging via OnePlus SuperVOOC and AirVOOC accessories. In the past, OnePlus 9 Pro supported 50-watt fast wireless charging, however the wired charging capability was set at 65 watts. This reduced the battery’s capacity to 4,500 mAh from one percent to 100 percent within 29 minutes.

It will also have reverse wireless charging. However, like so many other aspects of the device, the speed is an unknown. The cost of the phone isn’t available, neither is the price.

The phone will go for sale in China within the next week However, it looks that these information are likely to be announced soon. OnePlus has announced plans to introduce the phone to America in the near future. US along with other regions later this year.

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