There are rumors that OnePlus has begun developing the OnePlus 10 series, and we can expect the phone to debut in the first half of 2022. Since there was no T number flagship this time, it can be inferred that the OnePlus 10 display could bring significant improvements.
About this year’s OnePlus 9 line. Insider Debayan Roy claims on Twitter that the OnePlus 10 design looks the same as the OPPO Reno7 Pro when viewed head-on. The latter design wasn’t officially announced, but the leaked crisp image showed a hole in the upper left corner of the phone, narrow edges, and a flat screen.
OnePlus 10 from Front 🙃 !! pic.twitter.com/UQI2Nweloi— Debayan Roy (Gadgetsdata) (@Gadgetsdata) November 11, 2021
Insiders are only talking about the front end, so I’m guessing that the rear design of the OnePlus 10 may look different than the Reno 7 Pro. Either way, OnePlus also borrows some design elements, so that’s not surprising. Past OPPO phone. The company has integrated OxygenOS into OPPO’s ColorOS-based mode.
Both brands are part of BBK Electronics and have also announced the launch of an integrated operating system in 2022. The OnePlus 10 series will be the first series to run on a new integrated operating system built on Android 12. There’s still a long way to go with the OnePlus 10 launch, so it should take some time for the company to see the flagship line and start teasing.
This happens just days after the alleged OnePlus 10 Pro version came online. It has a square rear camera setup that houses a triple sensor and LED flash. It is said to have a 6.7-inch AMOLED screen with a refresh rate of 120Hz. Warning sliders and power buttons are in the right column. The volume up / down buttons may be on the left. You need to know more about the OnePlus 10 series soon.