Samsung’s throne might be threatened by a purported behemoth of a phone.
The year 2022 seems to be the year of OnePlus, or at the very least, a flurry of OnePlus devices competing for your attention. Chinese phone manufacturer, the OnePlus, may be planning something even greater for the rest of this year, not happy with its recently announced OnePlus 10 Pro, OnePlus 10R, and Nord phones.
A leaker with a good track record claims that the OnePlus 10 Ultra will come in August or September to compete with the Galaxy S22 Ultra and yet-to-be-announced iPhone 14 Pro. OnePlus’ rumoured Ultra smartphone might include significant improvements over the company’s March flagship.
If one commentator is to be believed, this purported gadget might include a periscope telephoto camera with a 5x optical zoom. (It’s best to take this information with a grain of salt, however.) With the reported Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Plus processor, which is 20 percent more costly than the non-Plus version, the phone might employ the unannounced chipset for greater performance and cooling capabilities.
A Dimensity 9000 or Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip may be used in the standard OnePlus 10, according to Brar. In order to keep the phone’s price competitive, we’re expecting it to do away with the telephoto lens and curved screen seen in the Pro. Furthermore, according to the source, OnePlus is considering using the Dimensity 8000 or Snapdragon 888 in mid-range devices. OnePlus will release seven Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 smartphones this year, according to his projection.
OnePlus, if you’re listening, needs to cool off. To confuse the average customer, manufacturers should not flood the market with a slew of somewhat different devices. Many of these individuals are prone to analytical paralysis when it comes to purchasing a smartphone since they place a high importance on simplicity.
For example, OnePlus already has the OnePlus 10 Pro, OnePlus 10R, Nord N20 5G, Nord 2, Nord 2 CE, Nord 2 CE Lite, and OnePlus Ace on the market. Nord 2T rumours have been floating about for some time, as well as two new 10 series models. If all of these speculations are true, OnePlus will have 10 devices available in different regions by the end of the year, putting it in direct competition with Samsung for the title of manufacturer with the most complicated product lineup. Honestly, that’s ludicrous.