OnePlus 10T arrives in Italy: more flagships than the others, but it costs less

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The presentation of the new smartphone took place OnePlus 10T. And despite being included in the flagship line, the manufacturer has decided to simplify the device in some respects compared to its previous flagship models. However, in a number of criteria, exceeds the 10 Pro model released earlier this year. One feature above all: the monstrous 150W wired charging. Let's see the specifications and the price in Italy.

After months of leaks, OnePlus 10T officially arrives in Italy. Specifications and price of the top of the range with 150W charging! What a beast!

OnePlus 10T is equipped with a screen Full HD OLED + 6.7 ″ flat with an update rate of 120 Hz. Dynamic adjustment of the refresh rate, as in the Pro version, is not provided. The hole for the front camera is located in the center. Compared to the OnePlus 10 Pro, the device has lost the curved edges of the screen and the alert slider owner. The company explained that it takes up too much space, which they decided to use to install one battery more great, implement faster charging and improve the quality of the wireless connection. 

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The smartphone equips the flagship processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 eight-core, manufactured using 4nm technology. It is coupled with a fast one RAM LPDDR5 and a memory UFS 3.1 high speed. The battery capacity of the device responds to the autonomy of the device 4800 mAh with support for fast charging with a power of 150W.

The OnePlus 10T camera consists of a main module from 50 megapixel (Sony IMX766 sensor), equipped with a stabilization octave. The other two cameras are an ultra wide angle from 16 megapixel with a 120-degree field of view and a 2 megapixel. The smartphone does not have the Hasselblad settings, as in the OnePlus 10 Pro, but uses the new one OnePlus Image Clarity Engine

(ICE), which allows you to take pictures faster and with more details. 

Full OnePlus 10T specifications

  • : 6,7 ″ OLED with 2412 × 1080 resolution, 120 Hz refresh rate, 10 bit depth, HDR10 +
  • processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1
  • RAM and internal memory: 8/12/16 GB of LPDDR5 type and 128/256 GB of UFS 3.1 type
  • cameras rear:
    • main: 50 megapixels (Sony IMX766, OIS + EIS)
    • ultra wide angle: 16 megapixels (Sony IMX355, 120 ° FOV)
    • macro: 2 megapixels
  • camera front: 16 megapixel
  • battery and recharge: 4800 mAh with 150W wired fast charging (no wireless charging)
  • release: fingerprint scanner on the screen
  • operating system: OxygenOS 13 based on Android 12
  • connectivity: USB Type C (USB 2.0)
  • other: stereo speakers, NFC, 5G support, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.2

How much does the OnePlus 10T cost?

On the official OnePlus store the device cost 719 € the 8GB - 128GB version while 819 € and the 16GB - 256GB version. Pre-orders will be available fromAugust 11th. It will also arrive on Amazon soon for the same price. Those who pre-order on the official website are also entitled to a gift of their choice:

  • OnePlus Buds Pro Glossy White
  • OnePlus Buds Z2 Obsidian Black
  • OnePlus 10T 5G Bumper Case Sandstone
  • OnePlus 10T 5G 3D Tempered Glass Screen Protector Black

All information on Official site.

How many updates will the smartphone receive?

A question that many ask themselves? How many updates will the OnePlus 10T receive? Very simple: like all top of the range you can count on 3 major Android updates e 4 years of security updates. Obviously the smartphone will arrive with OxygenOS 12 to update, only later, to OxygenOS 13. We emphasize that theUnified OS which was talked about so much previously has never been formalized for the Global market. Therefore, all the errors and bugs we encounter on the OxygenOS are not the result of the Oppo-OnePlus union.

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