A few weeks before, the specifications regarding the upcoming OnePlus 10T lineup started to leak in the form of rumors. None of the detail was confirmed to be true. However, in the past few days, thanks to certification sites which are now revealing the exact specifications of OnePlus’ upcoming lineup.
This morning, a new model from OnePlus has been listed on 3C (or CCC) Chinese Certification carrying model number: PGP110. As per sources, the device is most probably the standard OnePlus 10T. The certification reveals that the device supports and uses a 160W (20V/8A) charger.
The charger carries the model number “VCK8HACH” and is manufactured under the branding of OPPO, Realme, and OnePlus. However, it is pretty strange that Realme manufactures the same charger with a 200W tagline. As mentioned in the certification, the charger supports charging in the following modes: 15W (5V/3A), 80W (11V/7.3A), and 160W (20V/8A).
Except for this, the certification didn’t mention any other specifications. As per previous reports, the OnePlus 10T will feature the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen1 Plus flagship chipset from Qualcomm; all the eight cores are now over-clocked and provide faster performance (compared with standard Snapdragon 8 Gen1).
It was also reported that the standard model would feature a 6.7 inches Single Punch-Hole Flat OLED display with higher (Full-HD+) resolution and 120Hz refresh rate for precise and smooth display performance. Further, in addition to a 160W charger, the model will feature a larger 4800mAh battery cell.
Currently, there is no official development regarding the upcoming OnePlus 10T lineup. However, the unofficial consequences (including the certifications and listing on various sites) show that the launch time isn’t that far.