Today, OnePlus has announced their latest flagship smartphone globally, the OnePlus 10T along with the release of the latest operating system – OxygenOS 13. By bringing the tagline “Evolve Beyond Speed” to emphasizes its significant upgrade in offering ultimate speed performance to the next level.
Compact with the newest flagship Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor, up to 16GB LPDDR5 RAM, and the most cutting-edge Ultra-thin cooling system in the device, it enables the users to accomplish demanding tasks more effectively and efficiently. Along with that, it includes a 150W SUPERVOOC Endurance Edition to power a 4800mAh battery, which can be fully charged to 100% in as little as 19 minutes and is integrated with Battery Health Engine technology to lengthen the battery’s life.
Moving on to its camera system, it features a triple rear camera with a 50MP Sony IMX766 sensor, optical image stabilisation (OIS), Nightscape 2.0, and improved HDR performance, capable of producing spectacular day and night photography. The main camera also had an ultra-wide camera and a macro camera for capturing fine details and close-up objects perfectly.
It offers a lightweight design with stunning Jade Green shades. It also includes a 6.7-inch HDR10+ display and supports an adaptive 120Hz refresh rate with 10-bit color to give viewers a realistic viewing experience. The OnePlus 10T ships with OxygenOS 12.1, a custom version of Android 12 that is pre-installed. According to OnePlus, the device will also get three major Android updates alongside four years of security updates.
According to reports, OxygenOS 13 is believed to offer users a faster, more fluid software experience with an outstanding Aquamorphic design, improved safety, and enhanced customization, gaming, and connectivity options. The OnePlus 10 Pro will be the first device to receive OxygenOS 13, with the OnePlus 10T following to receive an update later in the year.
The availability of the OnePlus 10T in Malaysia will be on 1st September, while the official price will be announced on 18th August.