Only a few days after launching the OnePlus 10 Pro in China, the firm has already begun work on the OnePlus 10 Ultra, a new ultra-high-end smartphone. While the look is similar to that of the OnePlus 10 Pro, the camera bump is believed to be different from that of the predecessor.
We originally learned of the device’s existence at the end of January, thanks to a leak on Twitter, and now another Twitter user has shared some patent images. The gadget looks a lot like the OnePlus 10 Pro, but the camera setup is clearly different, according to photographs uncovered by @TechInsiderBlog through 91 Mobiles.
This time, we might see a mirror-aided periscope camera with a periscope lens in the bottom left corner of the camera unit and a little display next to it. The OnePlus 10 Ultra is also reported to include an in-house MariSilicon NPU to improve photography (Neural Processing Unit).
However, assuming the original design matches the patent, this will be the first device of its kind in the OnePlus portfolio. Because the firm had previously only used telephoto lenses on its prior models, it has been experimenting with a variety of things since its merger with OPPO. According to previous speculations, the business was intending to integrate the OxygenOS and HydrogenOS custom ROMs into one, which would be known as the H2O OS.
We may hear more about the OnePlus 10 Ultra in the coming days, given that it is anticipated to appear in the second half of the year.