A multitasker’s wet dream
With said 5G-enabled 10 Pro beast priced at $969 in a top-of-the-line configuration pairing 256 gigs of internal storage space with 12GB RAM, it now remains to be seen just how expensive the OnePlus 10T will get in an even more impressive variant packing 16 gigs of the good stuff alongside the same 256GB local digital hoarding room.
That sure sounds useful… for those everyday usage scenarios where you need to open “over” 35 apps on your phone and keep them all running at the same time, with a state-of-the-art Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor of course further ensuring the OnePlus 10T can handle this totally-not-wasteful heavy multitasking experience.
All the gaming skills without the gaming heft
The 6.7-inch display is expected to remain largely unchanged, at least in terms of size, AMOLED technology, and dynamic refresh rate support going all the way up to a silky smooth 120Hz, with the resolution however likely to be downgraded to the Full HD+ mark (around 2,400 x 1080 pixels, that is).