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OnePlus 10 Pro's leaked renders feature Samsung inspired design

OnePlus will be launching the next generation of its flagship series, OnePlus 10 Pro, early next year. As we are approaching the launch date, more and more specs and renders are appearing on the internet. The latest leak comes from reliable leaker OnLeaks in partnership with Zouton that sheds some light on the design aspects of the device.

OnePlus 10 Pro Render
Credits - OnLeaks x Zouton

The OnePlus 10 Pro is expected to feature a 6.7-inch Quad HD+ display with a refresh rate of 120Hz. Looking at the renders, we can expect the display to be curved. On the right side of the device, you can find the alert slider, power button, and volume rockers while the left side is pretty much empty.

On the back, the camera module molds itself into the metal frame of the device and is quite reminiscent of the Galaxy S21's design. Out of the three cameras, the primary one is expected to be a 48MP sensor accompanied by a 50MP ultra-wide and 8MP telephoto lens with 3.3x optical zoom capability. On the front, the selfie camera is expected to feature a 32MP sensor.

OnePlus 10 Pro Render
Credits - OnLeaks x Zouton

As for the specs, the device is expected to feature 8GB RAM and 128GB of storage and a 12GB RAM and 256GB of storage configuration available as well. The OnePlus 10 Pro will allegedly fast-charge the 5,000mAh battery at 125W which is up from 65W in its predecessor, the OnePlus 9 Pro. The device is expected to be IP68 water-resistant.

As mentioned before, OnePlus will be launching the device sometime in Q1 2022. Details on price and availability are awaited until the launch date.

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