OnePlus 10T does not appear quite as sharp as the OnePlus 10 Pro, but it is still impressive

The OnePlus 10 Pro was OnePlus' first flagship device since it merged with Oppo, its parent-turned-sister, then parent-again company.

The OnePlus 10 Pro may not have entirely met expectations because of its changes, such as the merging of OxygenOS and Oppo's ColorOS, but it is still an excellent performer that is worth recommending over other phones at this price. OnePlus is reportedly working on a 10T, even though it skipped the OnePlus 10 in March 2022.

The OnePlus 10T was rumored to look very similar to the 10 Pro, even though it will have a less premium look. Due to the company's restructuring efforts, it skipped the OnePlus 9T in order to focus on the OnePlus 10T.

The OnePlus 9RT was launched in India and China only, so the recently announced phone might be able to placate long-term fans skeptical about the brand's recent focus on big-ticket launches.

OnePlus 10T shares essential design elements with the OnePlus 10 Pro, but with subtle differences where there are flat display edges, a hole for the selfie camera at the center, and a relatively less attractive back panel. Also, the OnePlus 10T leak suggests it will ditch the characteristic alert slider like the OnePlus 10R.

OnePlus 10T uses the same materials as the OnePlus 9 when it comes to its materials selection. It is reported that the mid-frame is made of plastic although the back is still made of glass. It would feel less premium than the OnePlus 10 Pro if that were true.

Leaked images show that the camera bump does not merge into the mid-frame as it does on the OnePlus 10 Pro. In addition, the 10T's cameras do not have Hasselblad branding, suggesting their performance might not be tuned by the Swedish camera-maker.

In spite of this, it is difficult to be certain since these digital renderings may not accurately represent the launch design of the phone. OnePlus' 10T is rumored to have a 6.7-inch E4 AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate and Full HD+ resolution despite the less premium build.

This model also supports LTPO 2.0, which allows the display to switch to a lower refresh rate when the content on the screen does not require a 120Hz refresh rate. Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 could be used on the OnePlus 10T, which is more powerful than the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 in the 10 Pro.

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