OnePlus 10T Vs. OnePlus 10 Pro: What’s Different?
The OnePlus 10T smartphone revealed signs on Wednesday that the company plans to continue the ‘T’ branding it has championed since 2016 – with the phone mid-cycle with minor upgrades. The performance-focused OnePlus 10T joins the OnePlus 10 Pro in the Chinese phone maker’s flagship lineup.
It will go on sale in the US on September 29 starting at $649 for the base model (8GB, 128GB) and then going all the way up to $749 for the more powerful model (16GB, 256GB). UK prices will be £629 and £729 respectively for these models, and the base price translates to roughly AU$1,105.
As a performance-focused phone, the OnePlus 10T features a state-of-the-art processor, plenty of RAM, a large battery, fast charging, and the biggest cooling system ever in a OnePlus phone, according to the company. . That said, the 10T makes some compromises in the pursuit of performance.
One of them is the iconic notification slider, which has remained a part of virtually every OnePlus flagship for nearly a decade. Similar to the iPhone’s mute switch, the OnePlus Alerts Slider lets you switch between ringtone modes like vibrate, mute, and full volume without going through menus.
OnePlus said that removing the alert slider gave them the “necessary space inside the device to add new, meaningful technologies” — like faster charging with two charging pumps, a bigger battery, and a better signal thanks to 15 antennas around the device.
On the back, the OnePlus 10T also features a new “crater design” that connects the rear glass panel with the camera system. There are three cameras consisting of a 50-megapixel main sensor, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide, and a 2-megapixel macro lens. In comparison, the OnePlus 10 Pro has a more advanced camera that includes a telephoto lens, which is essential for zooming in on distant objects. The 10 Pro also reaps the benefits of the Hasselblad partnership, which unfortunately did not extend to the 10T.
And it wouldn’t be a OnePlus phone without fast charging. The company claims its 150-watt charger will top up a depleted phone battery to 100% in 20 minutes. That’s a step up from the 10 Pro’s 60-watt charger, at least on paper.
The 10T will be available in two colors that the company calls moonstone black and jade green with a matte finish. Pre-sale starts on September 1st. For a closer look at how the new OnePlus 10T compares to the 10 Pro, check out our specs chart below.
OnePlus 10T vs. OnePlus 10Pro
|One Plus 10T||OnePlus 10 Pro|
|Display size, resolution||6.7-inch (2,412 x 1,080 pixels)||6.7-inch (3,216 x 1,440 pixels)|
|Dimensions (Millimeters)||163 × 75.37 × 8.75||163 x 73.9 x 8.55|
|Mobile software||Android 12||Android 12|
|Camera||50-megapixel (main), 8-megapixel (ultrawide), 2-megapixel (worthless)||48-megapixel (wide), 50-megapixel (ultrawide), 8-megapixel (telephoto)|
|Video capture||4K at 60 fps||4K at 60 fps|
|Processor||Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1||Snapdragon 8 Gen 1|
|Storage/RAM||8GB +16GB; 16GB + 256 GB||8+128GB (US) 12+256GB (UK)|
|Battery/Charger||4,800mAh (125-watt/150-watt charger)||5,000mAh (65-watt charger)|
|Special features||5G, 120Hz display, 150-watt fast-charger (Europe, India), 125-watt fast-charger (US)||5G, 120Hz display, 65-watt fast charging (80-watt in the UK), IP68 water resistance (T-Mobile only)|
|Price (USD)||$649 (8GB, 128GB), $749 (16GB, 256GB)||$799|
|Price (GBP)||£629 (8GB, 128GB), £729 (16GB, 256 GB)||£899 (16GB, 256 GB)|
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