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OnePlus 10 may differ slightly from the Pro in one key area

OnePlus 10 may differ slightly from the Pro in one key area

Images of the vanilla OnePlus 10 have leaked, but take them with a grain of salt.

The company may have canceled the vanilla version of its latest flagship phone due to its new direction, but it doesn't appear to have stopped leaks about the OnePlus 10.

One of the most recent leaks comes from Yogesh Brar, a smartphone leaker who has proven himself (via OnSiteGo (opens in a new tab)). In a new set of leaked renderings, the unannounced OnePlus 10 seems to have a familiar design with slight differences from the OnePlus 10 Pro.

As a result, you should be cautious about these renders. As OnePlus plans to release a final version, this implies that things could change in the final version, since these renders are based on an early prototype of the device rather than the usual CAD-based images.

Nonetheless, some aspects of the leak seem plausible. For example, the back of the phone is the same as the OnePlus 10 Pro, except for the larger camera island. It appears that the OnePlus 10 borrows the camera module from the Pro model and extends it to the left and right edges, as seen below.

On the Pro variant, the front shooter is located in the upper-left corner. On the Pro variant, however, there is a cutout in the center for the selfie camera.

Additionally, OnePlus is dropping the alert slider, one of its unique hardware features since the OnePlus 2. Brar(opens in new tab) says that the feature will likely be limited to OnePlus Pro models, as well as OPPO's flagship phones in the future. However, the volume rocker and power button remain the same.

It also appears flat in comparison to the Pro version's curved display. However, given the company's similar approach with both the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro, this is to be expected.

It's also doubtful that OnePlus will ever release a vanilla version of its best Android phone. The company may instead release a cheaper version as the OnePlus 10T. Only time will tell.

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