OnePlus has officially revealed some intriguing features regarding the OnePlus 10 Pro’s camera. The model debuted in a leaked image on the web followed by further graphics – at CES 2022. It seems like Fisheye modes, Color calibration, RAW mode, and extreme wide-angle sensors are the manufactures priorities.
In a nutshell, there aren’t many secrets left as the Companies CEO Pete Lau has revealed key features of the smartphone. A trio of 48, 50, and 8-megapixel sensors are located on the smartphone’s rear (wide-angle, ultra-wide-angle, and telephoto).
For what is known, the smartphone boasts of having a colorimetry system termed “OnePlus Billion Color.” The idea is that the photographs would have a realistic depiction with over a billion hues. These color solutions are also said to boost the DCI-P3 spectrum coverage for picture colors by 25%. Ten-bit colors are supported by each of the three rear picture sensors. When the user engages the Hasselblad Pro mode on the smartphone, he will snap photos in RAW format with 12 bits. This is true for any of the three rear sensors.
For the ultra-wide-angle lens, the manufacture says that it can make a rotation of up to 150 degrees; thus, as a result, this OnePlus guarantees a Fisheye mode. On the other hand, if you compare the realme GT 2 Pro and the OnePlus 10 Pro, you will notice some resemblance. For example, the camera block at the back
OnePlus 10Pro Specs
- Screen size: 6.7 inches, to be updated
- Refresh rate: 120Hz adaptive
- CPU: Snapdragon 8 Gen 1
- Battery size: 5,000 mAh
- Charging speed: 80W wired; 50W wireless
- Size: 6.4 x 2.9 x 0.34 inches
- RAM: 8, 12 GB, to be updated
- Storage: 128, 256 GB,to be updated
- Rear cameras: 48MP main; 50MP ultrawide; 8MP telephoto
- Front camera: 32MP
In China, the OnePlus 10 Pro will be available on January 11th. Europe, Africa, and the USA will follow India in the second half of 2022.