OnePlus is preparing to release its first-ever foldable phone before the end of the month. The corporation is also hard at work on its next-generation number series flagship, which will be mostly unveiled by the end of the year. The OnePlus 12 first appeared in July this year in leaked renders published by Steve Hemmerstoffer (aka onleaks). The tipster has now shared revised renders of the smartphone, which show a tiny alteration. He goes on to say that the revised graphics are based on images of pre-production units and provide the most detailed look at the future flagship.
Leaked renders of the OnePlus 12 have been updated.
Let’s begin with the alterations discovered in the revised leaked renders. The camera sensors on the OnePlus 12 will be moved from what we saw in early renderings. The sensor alignment in the most recent pictures is comparable to that of previous generation flagships. The upper row contains two sensors, while the bottom row contains a periscope lens and another unexplained cutout. The earlier render featured a distinct glossy Black strip beneath the periscope lens, but no fourth cutout.
The Hasselblad branding has also been changed with the initial ‘H’ in the latest renders. The LED flash unit remains in the upper left corner of the same glossy half-pill-shaped island that spans from the side frame.
The rest of the design is nearly identical to the prior render. The alert slider and power button are located on the right edge, while the volume rocker keys are located on the left. The OnePlus 12 boasts a curved display with a punch-hole cutout in the center and low bezels on the front.
The upcoming OnePlus 12 will have a 6.7-inch 2K AMOLED 120Hz display, a 50MP OIS enabled main camera paired with a 50MP ultra-wide-angle unit and a 64MP telephoto lens, a Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC under the hood, and a 5,400mAh battery unit with support for 100W wired and 50W wireless charging, according to leaked core specifications.