OnePlus has yet to create an alert slider for its upcoming smartphone 10T. The company motivates the choice by saying that space is needed for a bigger battery, faster charging and a better antenna. The Hasselblad brand will also be absent on camera.
To maintain the alert slider, OnePlus had to stack the motherboard, making the device thicker, So explains OnePlus chief designer Hope Liu. The company didn’t want that. The slider occupies 30 square millimeters on the inside, which, in Liu’s opinion, is “relatively plenty.” She chose to remove it “to make sure the phone performs in the areas that users care about most”.
The alert slider allows users to set the phone to silent, vibrate, and loud without leaving their pocket. OnePlus is the only Android smartphone with this feature. Apple iPhones have sliders like these too. OnePlus smartphones have a slider since the OnePlus 2 from 2015.
The reason behind omitting the Hasselblad branding on the back of the phone lies more in the cost. OnePlus wanted in the end Leading smartphone performance Bid on the exact price point.” It is not yet known what that price will be.
It is known in the field of camera that the main camera is a 50-megapixel sensor, which is Sony IMX766. It will capture 10-bit color and provide ‘HDR enhanced imaging’. OnePlus’ night mode app is also here again.
Moreover, Liu told The Verge that the screen size is 6.7 inches diagonally, but the resolution and refresh rate are not yet known. The 10R and 10 Pro both have 120Hz displays and 1080p and 1440p resolutions, respectively. In addition to, already known That the phone will get Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1. More information from OnePlus will follow anyway during Official release moment On August 3 at 4 pm Dutch time.
as you do there Rumors circulating about the specifications From 10 Pro. A trusted Chinese leaker on Weibo talks about the 150W max charging capability. The battery capacity is 4800mAh, this person claims, and the screen will be at 120Hz with 1080p resolution.
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