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Wednesday, August 10, 2022

The company has confirmed the features of OnePlus 10T, will be number 1 in every case

OnePlus 10T will have further RAM than the OnePlus 10 Pro 

 The OnePlus 10T is set to be revealed coming week during an event in New York on August 3, but we ’re continuing to learn further about the handset ahead of the big launch. As ever with OnePlus phones, the brand is teasing out a variety of new features, and the rearmost is the evidence that the 10T will feature the most RAM ever on a OnePlus phone. 

A new tweet from the brand’s India account has verified the company will offer a variant with 16 GB of LPDDR5 RAM onboard. This has preliminarily been bruited , but it’s the first time we ’ve seen the brand confirm this spec. According to the tweet, it ’ll also be paired with 256 GB of UFS3.1 storehouse. 


It’s unclear if this is the maximum storehouse size for the phone, but OnePlus is selling the phone in a way that suggests there wo n’t be a 512 GB option for the handset. We ’d typically anticipate the company to tease its loftiest spec variant. The OnePlus 10 Pro featured a variant with 12 GB of RAM and 512 GB of storehouse, so it seems the OnePlus 10T will oddly have an option with further RAM and lower storehouse. 

The teaser from OnePlus claims the 16 GB of RAM variant will be suitable to “ juggle up to 35 apps ”. Oddly, as spotted by GSMArena, the OnePlus India website changes that stat and says the phone offers “ royal multitasking with over to 30 apps open. ” It’s unclear which is the correct statistic then, so hopefully, OnePlus clears up its messaging ahead of the functionary reveal. 

As preliminarily verified by the brand, the phone will feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset, a 120Hz display, and a 360- degree antenna system. The phone is also verified to drop both the Hasselblad branding we ’ve seen on former OnePlus phones and the brand’s iconic alert slider point. A prophet for OnePlus has explained why it chose to drop the alert slider, and it’s down to the quantum of space it took up on the phone’s motherboard. 

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