OnePlus 12 Rendering is out: Upgraded periscope telephoto lens with front center perforated screen

@OnLeaks and Smartprix have now released a rendering of the next generation of OnePlus’ flagship phone, the OnePlus 12. The renderings are said to be based on real images of the test prototype.

According to reports, the new machine will use 6.7-inch QHD+ resolution 120Hz refresh rate OLED screen, support high-frequency PWM dimming, equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, Adreno 750 GPU, LPDDR5x memory and UFS 4.0 storage.

In other aspects, the machine runs the Android 14 system, the rear adopts 50MP IMX9xx sensor +50MP ultra-wide Angle lens +64MP OV64B hidden telephoto lens, the front 32MP lens, and 5000mAh battery, 150W wired fast charge and 50W wireless fast charge.

According to the renderings, the new flagship will still be available in a black sandstone finish version, the main difference from the previous model is the use of square lens module, seamless into the side frame, and also from the traditional telephoto lens upgrade to the hidden telephoto lens, that is, the black strip on the bottom half of the lens module.

In addition, the front of the new plane has been significantly upgraded. Compared to the OnePlus 11, the bezel is narrower, and the position of the front lens punch has been moved from the top left corner to the center.

The machine still uses a curved design, the left is the volume key, the right is the power button, the bottom is the USB Type-C port, the main speaker grille and SIM card slot.

Qualcomm has confirmed that it will launch a new generation of Snapdragon flagship SoC in October this year, considering that the Oneplus 11 was released in January this year, it is expected that the Oneplus 12 mobile phone should debut at the end of this year or early next year, when the IT Home will also bring you more reports, please look forward to it.

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