OnePlus 10 Pro Concept Renders Surface Online
OnePlus has launched their OnePlus 9 series of smartphones back in March of this year. Moreover, the brand was expected to unveil their OnePlus 9T around September. However, the company confirmed that there will be no OnePlus 9T. Now, this leaves us with the next series in line, the OnePlus 10 series. The 10 series of devices will reportedly launch later on this year itself. The OnePlus 10 Pro concept renders have now surfaced online, courtesy of a popular graphic designer.
Sadly, nothing has been revealed about this series as of now. The company has been very discreet about it for now. However, a graphic designer has now come up with concept renders for the upcoming rumoured series of OnePlus devices. The designer has penned down what the OnePlus 10 Pro may look like.
Jermaine Smit, aka Concept Creator and LetsGoDigital have collaborated on this one. They have released concept renders of what the OnePlus 10 Pro in the series would look like. The renders reveal the smartphone to come the curved display, like we have seen on the OnePlus 9 Pro. However, the renders do not reveal any notch design to house the selfie camera. The designer is probably hinting at an under-display camera tech here. However, the OnePlus 10 Pro will most likely come with a punch-hole display design. The very concept of the under-display camera tech and OnePlus does not really match up for the most part, at least for now.
OnePlus 10 Pro Concept Renders: What More?
Going by the concept renders, it reveals the OnePlus 10 Pro to come with a dual camera setup. Moreover, the setup is housed within a large circular hump alongside a xenon flash and LED flash. Now, smartphone manufacturers have actually stopped using xenon flash. So, we can be sure about this particular tech not coming to the 10 Pro.
Moreover, right below the OnePlus 10 Pro camera bump, we can see a Husselblad branding. What this basically means is that the camera sensors on the device have been made in collaboration with Husselblad. Taking things back a bit, the vanilla OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro come with these Husselblad camera sensors as well.
Coming to the back panel of the device, it sports a blackish faux leather colour option. Moreover, the company is already known for using unique materials and colours for the real panels in their smartphones. So, it is definitely not unlikely for the company to go all leather on the back panel of the OnePlus 10 Pro.
Furthermore, the concept renders reveal a 3.5mm headphone jack alongside a USB Type-C port for charging. We can also see the speaker and microphone grilles at the bottom portion. Additionally, the right side of the smartphone houses the power button and alert slider. The right side is also home to the camera shutter button. Meanwhile, the left side houses the volume rockers for the smartphone.
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