OnePlus, the famous Chinese smartphone manufacturer is reportedly planning to release six new devices by September this year to expand its product selection. The company’s number (flagship) series has always been one of the world’s most popular smartphones; however, the Nord lineup is also gaining traction in the global market.
OnePlus could release six new smartphones by September this year, according to a reliable tipster. OnePlus may unveil the OnePlus 10 Pro, OnePlus Nord CE 2 Lite, OnePlus Nord 2T, OnePlus 10R, OnePlus Nord 3, and OnePlus 10 Ultra smartphones, according to a tweet from Brar. Brar has also revealed a possible debut date for each of the six smartphones, in addition to the names. After weeks of speculations and leaks, the OnePlus Nord CE 2 Lite will be released in April. OnePlus is expected to release the OnePlus Nord 2T in early May, followed by the OnePlus 10R later that month.
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July will be a critical month for OnePlus since the company will formally debut the Nord 3; this device may also be known as the Nord Pro in some areas. The OnePlus 10 Ultra or the OnePlus 10 Pro Plus might be unveiled in Q3 of this year. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset is expected to power the device, which will run Android 12 as its operating system. OxygenOS and ColorOS will remain independent entities, according to OnePlus in a recent blog post on its Community Forum. It does mention, though, that OxygenOS and ColorOS will share a codebase for speedier upgrades and improved build quality. This means that OxygenOS 13 will be available on all OnePlus smartphones, including the OnePlus 10 Pro and future models. ColorOS will be used on the Chinese variants.
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The OnePlus 10 Ultra is expected to include a 6.7-inch display and a battery capacity of 5000mAh. A triple rear camera with a 48MP primary sensor is believed to be included in the smartphone. A 32MP selfie camera is also expected to be included.
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