The OnePlus 10T returns with the vanilla device that we didn't get in 2022, but it's faster than the OnePlus 10 Pro. It may have an advantage in the camera department, but the OnePlus 10T will offer faster charging and the latest Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor.
A good job seems to be being done by the company in optimizing the processor and the smartphone. The handset's AnTuTu scorecard shows the highest score with the new processor, which was discovered today.
The leak comes from the leakster Digital Chat Station. We already knew there would be a lot of smartphones using the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC, according to the leaker. OnePlus 10T scored an impressive 1.13 million on the test.
PHP110 was the device's score on the popular benchmarking platform. Interestingly, it is slightly higher than the ASUS ROG Phone 6, which scored around 1.11 million. A fascinating part of the ROG Phone 6 is that it is a gaming phone, while the OnePlus 10T is a consumer device.
In addition to the Xiaomi 12S Ultra, another device with this SoC achieved 1.10 million on AnTuTu. It's clear that the results aren't that different, but effectively put the OnePlus 10T in the lead.
Many factors can influence the results, of course. Additionally, the number of apps running in the background plays a significant role. As for whether the device will maintain these results once it reaches the general public, we have yet to see.
With its vanilla Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC, the OnePlus 10 Pro scores around 940,000 points. In addition to being faster, the Plus chipset is more efficient and cooler than its predecessor.
Based on leaks, the OP10T will feature a Full HD+ AMOLED screen with a 120 Hz refresh rate. There is a 50 MP main camera on the device, and fast charging is supported at 150 W. A few subtle changes have been made to the design of the device, which resembles that of the Pro.
Additionally, it features a centred punch-hole. There will be two colourways available: black and green. Soon, the device will be available in China, India, and other global markets. It is estimated that the device will cost around £800 in the UK.
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