The upcoming OnePlus 10 Ultra patent has been exposed online. The smartphone features a rear periscope and a small secondary screen. According to a Twitter post by @TechInsiderBlog recently, the patent images of the upcoming OnePlus 10 Ultra were discovered.
The images show one of the rear sensors is a periscope lens and there seems to be a tiny display on the back. According to the reports, the OnePlus 10 Ultra uses the same rear camera module as the OnePlus 10 Pro in its design patent. The rectangular rear camera module and the central frame are therefore combined into a single design.
The distinction is that the bottom-mounted back camera transforms into a periscope lens, and there appears to be a little display next to it. Rumors have revealed that the OnePlus 10 Ultra will be released in the second half of 2022, with a new Dimensity 9000 processor.
Other features of the setup are identical to the OnePlus 10 Pro. For example, the price of 80W super-fast charging, 2K resolution panels that support LTPO 2.0 technology, and other items will rise.
There will also be a OnePlus 10R, which is expected to be released soon. It is situated at a low altitude. It will have a Dimensity 9000 processor and a 120Hz AMOLED display, with a focus on cost-effectiveness.
Recently, the Chinese smartphone giant released the OnePlus 10 Pro, though the flagship of the device hasn’t excited many in a way that OnePlus flagships usually do. The OnePlus 10 Pro is a minor rear design change, somewhat faster 80W fast charging, and the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen1 processor.
Since the beginning, when OnePlus decided to release the OnePlus One, it has sought to include more features in its phones. Every company tries to set its phones apart from the competition, but only a few succeed.
OnePlus is one of the success stories because it incorporates unique features into its phones. OnePlus has always sought to add a little of cherry to whatever it is giving, whether it is extra hardware that has let the firm give features like Dash Charging or software that the OnePlus CEO refers to as “Android Plus.”