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OnePlus 10 Pro Render Suggests a Very Samsung-Like Camera Array

OnePlus 10 Pro leak

A brand new leak just arrived and is giving us our first look at the upcoming OnePlus 10 Pro, its design, and the new camera array around the back. At first glance, you’ll instantly notice the bigger triple camera setup, which looks very similar to Samsung’s Galaxy S21 line.

The renders, which aren’t official, show that OnePlus may ditch the fourth 2MP camera from previous models in favor of three bigger and hopefully better camera sensors. The stove-top style design features a metal plate that extends from the phone’s sides and wraps around to the back, housing the cameras. If that sounds familiar, it’s because that’s exactly what Samsung did with the Galaxy S21 family earlier this year.

These leaked OnePlus 10 Pro images are based on real pictures from an early prototype, which means the design may change between now and the early 2022 release date. That said, they’re provided by @OnLeaks (via Zouton), and his leaks are often highly accurate or close enough to give us an excellent idea of what to expect.

OnePlus 10 Pro leak shows camera design

Onleaks himself didn’t share any specs for the device, but Zouton claims it’ll feature a large 6.7-inch Fluid AMOLED display, 128 or 256GB of storage, and a hefty 5,000 mAh battery.

Unfortunately, we didn’t get any details regarding the front, camera specs, or other information that could round out the phone. That said, it’ll likely compete directly with a new Galaxy S22, iPhone 14, and other high-end smartphones.

We’re not sure what the company will name its next phone for those not keeping track, considering there will not be a OnePlus 9T this year. That said, we’re expecting both a OnePlus 10 and a more significant OnePlus 10 Pro sometime in February or March of 2022. As a comparison, the OnePlus 9 Pro made its debut in March this year, so we’re expecting a similar timeline for this next flagship phone.

via TechRadar

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