OnePlus 12 Features
Prior to its official release, OnePlus had claimed that their impending “10-year” flagship smartphone had already broken many DisplayMate records; however, the OEM did not say which records it had broken or in which specific regard.
The head of OnePlus’ China branch, Li Jie Louis, suggests that some of them may have to do with eye protection. This time around, the executive has determined that the display on the 12 is so excellent that it merits a second, in-depth examination on Weibo, emphasizing how it is poised to establish itself as a “industry benchmark” for user comfort and enjoyment.
Although BOE, rather than Samsung, the previous OnePlus partner, provided the 12’s “X1” display, the partners claim that they have spent the last two years refining the new 2K screen to be as brilliant and fluid as possible.
Li Jie Louis has also made hints that it would use the latest Rain Touch technology, which is now exclusive to the Ace 2 Pro. The launch date for the impending 11 successor is not mentioned in any of this fresh excitement, but given its current trajectory it most recently received NBTC clearance under its worldwide model number that event can’t be too far off.
The worldwide version of the OnePlus 12 was previously seen in the Geekbench test database, indicating that the next flagship will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chip. In comparison to its predecessor, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 has a 25% faster GPU and a 30% quicker CPU.
The worldwide OnePlus 12 edition just received China Quality Certification (CQC), indicating that 100W fast charging would be supported by the device. The same was previously disclosed in the 3C certification listing for the Chinese version of the OnePlus 12.
A few weeks ago, design renders for the OnePlus 12 were leaked online. The phone will have three back cameras, according to the leaked renders. It is confirmed that the OnePlus 12 will use a Sony LYTIA sensor. The phone is said to come with a 64MP telephoto lens with optical zoom and OIS as well as a 50MP Sony IMX581 sensor with ultra wide angle capabilities.
It’s also expected that the next OnePlus flagship would offer 50W wireless charging.