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OnePlus 10 Pro’s Official Reveal Shows It’s All About the Cameras

A teaser image showing the OnePlus 10 Pro's Hasslebald camera array.
The first official OnePlus 10 Pro image. OnePlus

After an endless stream of leaks and rumors, OnePlus has shared its first teaser image of the 10 Pro flagship and announced a January 10th release in China. The OnePlus 10 Pro’s features, specs, and global release date are still a mystery, though there’s a lot we can infer about the device based on this first official image.

The OnePlus 10 Pro comes in black and green colorways, and it packs a large Hasselblad rear camera system with three lenses and a surprisingly “flat” camera bump. It also appears to have a matte or satin backside, as opposed to the shiny finish featured on the OnePlus 9 Pro and previous devices.

OnePlus 10 Pro render
A surprisingly accurate render of the OnePlus 10 Pro that was based on leaks. @OnLeaks

So, what can we learn from the first OnePlus 10 Pro image? Here’s the thing—it looks identical to renders made by OnLeaks and other parties. When product design leaks are accurate, there’s a good chance that spec and camera leaks are also on point.

Previous leaks suggest that the OnePlus 10 Pro runs a cutting-edge Snapdragon 8 Gen1 Processor and packs a large 48MP main camera, 8MP telephoto lens, and 50MP ultrawide camera. It may also use a massive 32MP selfie camera, which is twice the size of the OnePlus 9 Pro’s front-facing lens.

It’s clear that OnePlus is prioritizing the camera for its upcoming flagship, which launches on January 10th in China. That said, we aren’t sure how much the OnePlus 10 Pro will cost or when it will see a global release. Additionally, specs are still unconfirmed, although I doubt that OnePlus would opt for crappy camera hardware in a phone that looks like a camera.

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