The next OnePlus phone will combine the 50 MP Sony IMX766 sensor with ultra wide-angle camera and macro lens on the back.
OnePlus expands its lineup of devices. The Chinese manufacturer plans to unveil the OnePlus 10T smartphone on Wednesday, August 3.
This phone will include a three-camera system on the back. The main one will use Sony IMX766 50 MP technology, with 1/1.56-inch sensor.
It will enable 10-bit color captures, capturing sixty-four times more nuance than devices that capture in 8-bit. And it will offer support for OIS and EIS to harness enough light for sharp, detailed photos.
Thanks to OnePlus’ HDR 5.0 and TurboRAW algorithms, in collaboration with the power of the IMX766 sensor, this smartphone is poised to improve HDR performance for situations with high contrast between foreground and background lighting.
The 50 MP camera is joined by an ultra wide-angle camera with 119.9° field of view and a macro lens for zooming in and out.
Other features include Nightscape mode and software support for ICE (Image Clarity Engine) for faster image capture. When pressing the shutter, the device will take dozens of photos with a final selection of the best image.
OnePlus had already announced that its 10T5G handset would be made official in a matter of days, at its first in-person event since the coronavirus pandemic broke out.
It is known that the handset will use the OxygenOS 13 operating system and will opt for Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 as processor.
This will be the second high-end device from OnePlus this year, following the OnePlus 10 Pro with Android 12-based OxygenOS 12.1 and the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 platform. It promises higher performance.