In the first week of next month (August 3), Hong Kong-based smartphone manufacturer OnePlus will introduce the new generation smartphone models OnePlus 10T and its family, but the company is quite impatient about the new phone. Today, the company made an official statement on the community forum, sharing some information about the camera setup of the smartphone, and also published some photos taken with the OnePlus 10T.
The OnePlus 10T will not be a flagship-level smartphone model and therefore will not have Hasselblad cameras. The fact that it does not have Hasselblad lenses will ensure that this smartphone has an affordable price tag. The smartphone will have a 50MP main camera with a 1/1.56 inch Sony IMX766 sensor and will offer 10-bit color depth with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) support.
It will come with an ultra-wide camera that offers a 119-degree field of view and a dedicated macro zoom to the main camera. While the macro camera will be 2MP resolution, it will be 8MP resolution with ultra wide angle.
According to the official statements made by OnePlus, the smartphone will have Image Clarity Engine technology for fast image stacking on the side of camera technologies, and advanced features such as Nightscape, TurboRAW and HDR 5.0.