The new OnePlus 10T smartphone is now official and will be available for sale in a few days. But what are the differences with the OnePlus 10 Pro that was announced a few months ago? Here are some comparison items to see if you should splurge on this new model or prefer the Pro version.
Externally, it is very difficult to distinguish between OnePlus 10 Pro The OnePlus 10T Since they practice almost the same regulation of the sensors at the back with 4 circles in the top corner. It is also high, one of which measures 163 mm. The OnePlus 10T is a little wider With 75.37 mm vs. 73.9 mm and It is also a little thicker : 8.75 mm vs. 8.6 OnePlus 10 Pro. Count about 3 grams more for the 10T version while the OnePlus 10 Pro weighs 200 grams on the scale. However, the battery of the latter has a larger capacity as it offers 5000 mAh compared to 4800 mAh in the OnePlus 10T. However, the latter has the advantage of faster recharging as it supports load at 150 watts versus 80 watts for the OnePlus 10 Pro. However, the Pro version can charge wirelessly and offer reverse charging, which the OnePlus 10T cannot do.
Who offers the most power?
If you are looking for the most powerful mobile out of the two, this is the OnePlus 10T that you have to pick because it includes Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processora Boosted version of Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 installed in OnePlus 10 Pro. The latter is available in 8 or 12 GB of RAM while the OnePlus 10T is available in 8 or 16 GB, which gives it more flexibility with the latest version to switch from one app to another in less time than enough to say. Both are available in 128 or 256 GB capacities, depending on the configuration chosen and it is impossible to insert a micro SD memory card going forward. In terms of connectivity, the two smartphones offer the same services, which are a Compatibility with 5G, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth and NFC. None of them have an audio jack port for connecting headphones. Fingerprint readers are installed at the bottom of the screen.
Which screen is the most unique and which image configurations?
As for the screen, the file Two AMOLED screens with one 6.7 inch diagonal supports HDR10+. The OnePlus 10 Pro is LTPO 2.0 and curved allowing him to pass from a Refresh rate from 1 to 120 Hz at most OnePlus 10T screen switches from 60 to 90 to 120 Hz if needed. In addition, it offers lower definition: 1080 x 2412 versus 1440 x 3216 pixels (maximum) for the OnePlus 10 Pro.
Finally, for the image part, the . file OnePlus 10 Pro Better equipped with Sony IMX789 7-lens sensor optically stable A 48MP camera paired with a 50MP Samsung JN1 lens for ultra-wide-angle shots up to 150° and the latest optically stable 8MP telephoto sensor. 3.3x optical zoom. For its part, the OnePlus 10T features a 50MP Sony IMX766 sensor, which is optically and digitally stabilized using an 8MP wide-angle sensor and a 2MP final lens for macro mode photos. Video calls and selfies are taken from the 16MP sensor on the front of the OnePlus 10T versus the 32MP unit, the 32MP Sony IMX615.
Both smartphones are running Android 12 with one OxygenOS 12.1 software overlay. OnePlus 10 Pro will be the first to receive the new version of OxygenOS 13 and OnePlus 10T will take advantage of it after a few months.
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