Check out OnePlus 10T's specs: 4,800 mAh, 16GB

The anticipation is running high for OnePlus‘s much-awaited 10T – set to launch on Wednesday (August 3).

The Chinese manufacturer has been sharing interesting nuggets about the yet-to-be-launched device. According to the recent update, the 10T will house a 4,800 mAh battery – 200 mAh less than the 10 Pro’s battery that offers quick charging.

The update suggests that the OnePlus 10T will come with 150W charging support, whereas the 10 Pro supports 65W charging in North America and up to 80W in other territories.

The smartphone company claims that the 4,800 mAh battery can charge from 0 to 100 per cent in 19 minutes. The OnePlus 10 Pro supports 65W charging in North America and up to 80W in other territories.

How long does it take you to leave the house in the morning? We bet it’s longer than the #OnePlus10T takes to get charged🔋

— OnePlus (@oneplus) 1659103204000

The OnePlus 10T will run OxygenOS 13 out of the box.


Experts believe that the device may have other RAM possibilities, which aren’t verified yet.

Earlier, the smartphone maker confirmed that the much-awaited smartphone will come in 16GB (LPDDR5 RAM) and 256GB (UFS 3.1) storage models.

Powered by Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC chipset, the company claims that the 16GB RAM will let the users multitask up to 30 apps simultaneously on 10T.

Having 35 browser tabs open is cool, but have you tried opening 35 apps on your phone?

— OnePlus (@oneplus) 1658930401000

OnePlus hasn’t shared the 10T’s specification sheet yet but has been confirming details about the smartphone on its website and social media. It will pack a 120Hz screen with a centre-aligned punch hole and feature a 360° antenna system.

It appears the 10T will come in two colour options – black and white – and will have a 50MP primary + 8MP ultrawide + 2MP macro in the rear-camera setup.

According to the report, OnePlus Ace Pro will also be unveiled on Wednesday alongside the 10T. The Ace Pro is expected to run ColorOS rather than OxygenOS.

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William Murphy

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