While it kept most of its other information still under wraps — including the device’s full specs, pricing, and availability — the company nonetheless released several images unveiling what the new phone looks like. As you can see (above), the design takes a slight departure from its OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro predecessors, most noticeably by the new Hasselblad camera module that seems to be black no matter what color your phone will be.
Other details gathered from the images suggest that there won’t be rear or side-mounted fingerprint sensors, which most likely means it’ll continue to use an in-screen option instead. The alert slider on the side has also been retained, and — according to Gizmodo — the phone itself will be powered by Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip designed for high-end smartphones.
For those interested, stay tuned as OnePlus provides more details about its upcoming 10 Pro.
We’ve worked hard on multiple upgrades to create a truly well-rounded flagship with the OnePlus 10 Pro. Here’s a first look. Personally, I love the refreshed new OnePlus x Hasselblad camera module. pic.twitter.com/M3i5kSHa28
— Pete Lau (@PeteLau) January 4, 2022