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OnePlus 10R leaks with Dimensity 9000 at the helm, launching in Q2

OnePlus 9RT

An intriguing brand-new leakage today offers us a bonanza of details relating to OnePlus’ strategies and also general approach. To wrap up, the firm’s brand-new market division functions such as this: the phoned number collection is the front runner line, the R-branded designs are targeted at local markets, Nord and also Nord CE gadgets are the mid-rangers, and also Nord N phones are targeting the entry-level.

Speaking of R designs, the OnePlus 9RT simply released in India as a follower of kinds to the 9R, yet evidently there’s mosting likely to be a 10R also later on this year. Not just that, yet worldwide markets are apparently obtaining a vanilla OnePlus 10 along with the 10 Pro which was currently introduced for China.

OnePlus 9RT

While the 10 and also 10 Pro (to be introduced around the world in April, supposedly) are powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, the OnePlus 10R will certainly select the MediaTek Dimensity 9000 rather.

After a long period of time of sticking to just Qualcomm chipsets, OnePlus initially went the MediaTek course with the Nord 2, and also since the Taiwanese chip manufacturer has a correct front runner SoC, it’s all set to swear in that right into the front runner collection, also if the 10R will certainly be constrained to some areas just.

According to this report, the factor for OnePlus not going with the Dimensity 9000 in the 10 or 10 Pro involves North America’s love of mmWave 5G and also the MediaTek chip’s absence of assistance for that. The OnePlus 10R is headed to China and also India with a 120 Hz AMOLED display screen, and also “at the very least” 8GB of RAM and also 128GB of storage space.

The OnePlus 10R need to remain in shops in those markets at the end of Q2 (read: June). The hold-up involves the firm intending to offer the 9RT some area to take a breath. This phone was at first intended to introduce in India in October, yet concerns with OxygenOS 12 pressed that to this month.

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