The OnePlus 10 Pro is the company’s next big flagship, expected to launch early next year, and the first leaked render shows a major design overhaul.
The first renders of the OnePlus 10 Pro have surfaced. And, if these leaked renders are to be believed, the OnePlus 10 Pro may feature an entirely new rear camera placement design that differs from the current setup seen on OnePlus 9 series phones. The first OnePlus 10 Pro renders indicate that the company may opt for an around-the-edge camera bump design that is distinct from the current generation and feels refreshing.
The year 2022 will be a watershed moment for OnePlus, as the company will launch a unified operating system that combines the best features of ColorOS and OxygenOS. The new OnePlus flagship will also be the first major device released following the merger of OnePlus and Oppo.
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Returning to the leaked renders from OnLeaks and Zouton, the OnePlus 10 Pro has triple cameras at the back stacked in a 2×2 grid, as well as an LED flash. The OnePlus brand logo is subtly embossed on the back. While the right panel shows the signature alert slider and the power button. The textured back panel, which means we’ll have a better grip on the device, is the second big thing hinted at by the leaked renders.
Remember, this is the same company that gave us the OnePlus One’s sandstone back panel. While it’s too early to speculate on the OnePlus 10 Pro’s rear design, the renders suggest a sandstone-like finish. We’ll cross our fingers and hope for the best.
In any case, the OnePlus 10 Pro’s textured back panel looks better than the OnePlus 9 Pro’s mirror-like finish. The new camera placement design could be seen on other OnePlus 10 series smartphones, which are expected to launch alongside the OnePlus 10 Pro.
OnePlus CEO Pete Lau confirmed a few months ago in a limited media briefing that the company would focus on its flagship smartphones, which will come with improved cameras globally and will use the numbered nomenclature. The OnePlus 10 series will be the brand’s flag-bearer for the new unified OS. Furthermore, the company has confirmed that the unified operating system will be rolled out to other phones later in 2022.