OnePlus, the well-known Chinese smartphone maker, is preparing the launch of its new flagship series, the OnePlus 12. Some information on the specifications and design of these devices has recently been revealed by reliable sources, who have had access to a prototype of the top of the range.
OnePlus 12: everything we know about the next OnePlus flagship
According to blogger Digital Chat Station, the OnePlus 12 will be equipped with one curved screen with 2K resolution and high refresh rate, which will use new technology made in China. The processor will be the powerful Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, which will ensure high performance and low power consumption. The OnePlus 12 will also offer several memory options including 16 GB or 24 GB of RAM.
The rear camera of the flagship will consist of three sensors: one 50 MP main camera with Sony IMX9xx sensor, a 50 MP ultra wide angle camera with the same sensor and a 64 MP periscope telephoto camera with OV64B sensor, which will allow one 3X optical zoom. This configuration promises to offer exceptional image quality and versatility in any situation.
Your device will have a built-in battery with a capacity of 5400 mAh and will support the 100W wired fast charging and 50W wireless fast charging. These features will allow the device to be recharged in a few minutes and to have good autonomy during use.
The design of the OnePlus 12 will be similar to that of the previous generation, with a circular lens module in the back and the Hasselblad logo in the center. Hasselblad is in fact OnePlus' partner for photography, which has helped to optimize the software and hardware of the cameras. The OnePlus 12 will also have a metal midframe, a optical fingerprint sensor under the screen, an X-axis motor for vibration and a VC heat dissipation area for cooling.
The renders of the 12 were posted by leaker @OnLeaks, who based his images on real prototypes of the device. It is not yet known when the OnePlus 12 will be officially presented to the public, but it is assumed that this will happen later this year.