OnePlus has shared its latest affordable device, the OnePlus 10T, a few days before its launch. The company has revealed key specs of the device including its SoC, cameras, RAM, storage, and screen refresh rate.
OnePlus has announced that their new OnePlus 10T will have a battery with 4,800 mAh capacity, which is 200 mAh less than the larger one in their previous model, the OnePlus 10 Pro. The OnePlus 10T has a battery with a higher power consumption and also supports faster charging. It can be charged from 1% to 100% in 19 minutes.
However, instead of building a completely new charging solution, OnePlus has been building upon previous models in the 10 series. The 10T comes with a 4,500 mAh battery and support 150W fast charging while the 10R released a few months ago has a 5,000 mAh battery supporting 80W fast charging speeds.
The 10T, like the 10 Pro will only reach a potential of 125W in North America, but that’s not very significant because OnePlus says it will take less than a minute for the 10T to reach 100% speed.
The reason for slower charging times in North America is because only outlets rated at 220V or higher are supported by the SUPERVOOC series tech, and most sockets in North America are either rated at 110V or 120V. The OnePlus 10T has a charging cord compatible with the North American voltage of 220V. In areas where outlets are rated at different voltages, the device remains compatible up to 150W.
If you charge your OnePlus 10T with the official OnePlus cable and adapter, it will deliver charging speeds of 125W or 150W. This ensures easy compatibility for all regions, even if there are designated cables as well as compatible power adapters for North America or India. However, the results won’t be surprising, as the Neo 3 150W’s included adapter can charge the OnePlus 10T at 150W.
160W charger with PD charging protocol is included in the OnePlus 10T to charge mobile gaming consoles, tablets, and laptops.
OnePlus also highlighted the Smart Battery Health Algorithm in the 10T in its release post, saying that it can retain 80% of the battery’s original capacity after 1,600 charge cycles.
On August 3, the OnePlus 10T will be unveiled with a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC, a 120Hz screen, and a triple camera setup of 50MP + 8MP Ultra-Wide + 2MP Macro. The OxygenOS 13 will be available on the upcoming OnePlus 10T, and would come with 16GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. More memory options are yet to be confirmed. Since the 10T has yet to be announced it remains to be seen if OnePlus will launch only one version of the 10T with a larger battery, or if there will be two versions.