Several days ago, OnePlus gradually revealed its new phone, OnePlus 12, and today we know when the smartphone will be launched here. The device should arrive at the end of January.
As is the case every year, OnePlus is preparing to unveil a new high-end smartphone, and this time it will be the OnePlus 12. The Chinese manufacturer has already announced The device’s launch date in China is December 5 But now we know when we can expect the smartphone at home.
According to leaker Max Jambor, OnePlus will introduce its smartphone globally on January 23, 2024 During one of the events that will be held in India. Given OnePlus’ current situation in Europe, it has not yet been confirmed that the smartphone will be launched in France. However, since the brand took issue with the recent OnePlus Open launch here, we’re also hoping to see the OnePlus 12 arrive on the same date.
What do we know about OnePlus 12?
With the OnePlus 12 presentation approaching in a few days, OnePlus has gradually lifted the veil on the device’s full technical sheet. We now know for sure that The smartphone will share the same image composition than the OnePlus Open before it, but it should still deliver better shots thanks to the more powerful image processor, built into the new Snapdragon 8 Gen 3.
Therefore we will find 50MP main sensor Sony LYT-808And a 48-megapixel ultra-wide-angle sensor IMX581 plus a The Omnivision OV64B binocular offers 3X optical zoom. As a reminder, this is the first time that a OnePlus smartphone is equipped with a periscope lens, as previous phones had to be equipped with a telephoto lens.
As for the rest of the technical paper, note the use of a Giant battery with a capacity of 5400 mAh, which promises longer battery life. It will be compatible with 100W wireless charging, however We will especially see the return of 50W wireless charging.
The curved screen will be from BOE and will measure 6.82 inches. This will be the brightest panel ever used in a smartphone from the company, and as usual we will find LTPO, 120Hz and 2K technologies. The RAM promises to rise to 24GB, but we probably won’t have the right to such a powerful version at home.
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