Design, shell and hardware platform not from Realme GT Neo 3
This week, OnePlus announced that on April 28 it will hold a press event where it will show new items. The company did not announce the composition of the participants, but the profile resources quite logically suggested that the onePlus 10R, OnePlus Nord 2 CE Lite 5G and the first headphones within the Nord family will be shown to a wide audience.
Today, the company confirmed that it intends to present the OnePlus 10R and that it can be charged at a power of 150 watts. Until today, there was confidence that the smartphone will be a renamed version of the Realme GT Neo 3 and in several markets will be known as the OnePlus Ace. But, it turned out that there will still not be a complete duplication of characteristics.
One of the teasers, the company said that the hardware basis of the OnePlus 10R will be the Dimensity 8100 Max chipset. What kind of processor is it and how does it differs from dimensity 8100. We can only assume that Dimensity 8100 Max will be positioned as an exclusive solution, where artificial intelligence was pumped to the maximum or the clock frequency of the cores was increased.
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The OnePlus 10R should offer a 6.7-inch E4 AMOLED display with Full HD+ resolution and a refresh rate of 120Hz, 8 or 12GB of RAM and 128GB or 256GB of permanent.
The OnePlus 10R camera will be represented by three lenses: the main 50-megapixel Sony IMX355, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide and a useless plug, which for some reason is called a macro sensor, 2 megapixels. The smartphone can be presented in two versions: with 80 and 150-watt fast charging.
To differentiate the OnePlus 10R from the realme GT Neo 3 should be the exterior and proprietary shell OxygenOS based on Android 12. It’s unfortunate that after merging with Oppo, OnePlus has become a faceless pipeline, for the most part re-releasing Oppo and Realme smartphones.
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