This year looks like it will be the year of OnePlus, judging by the way its new smartphone is shaping up.
OnePlus’ Pete Lau has now shared a few more details about the upcoming OnePlus 10 Pro with fans, but chose to focus on the camera specs a bit more this time.
Just to recap, we have learned earlier in the week that the smartphone will have a triple camera setup on the back, hosting a 48MP, 50MP ultrawide and 8MP telephoto. On the front, we will find a 32MP selfie snapper.
In addition to these cameras, the company opted to add a shooting mode called RAW Plus which, like Apple’s ProRAW format, combines the benefits of computational photography and RAW image capture.
The OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro also offered a traditional RAW mode, but this upgrade will allow the users to play around with the RAW files a bit more. All rear cameras can use the updated Hasselblad Pro model for exposure settings as well as for shooting 12 bit RAW files.
There will also be a new manual video recording mode, called Movie Mode . It will offer control over ISO and shutter speed, as well as access to a LOG shooting format that lends itself better to Color Grading in post production.
As for the hardware, we now got a new ultrawide camera sensor in the mix, which delivers a field of view of 150 degrees. This lens can be used in conjunction with a new fisheye mode. For a slightly narrower view, the ultrawide will offer a 110-degree mode, which is closer to the 14mm equivalent seen on the OP 9 and 9 Pro, and uses AI distortion correction.
The device will have a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset under the hood, a 120Hz screen and, of course, 50W wireless charging support, just like the previous OnePlus flagships.
The smartphone will launch on the 11th of January in China and will eventually be available in other regions in the coming months.