OnePlus 10T spotted on 3C certification website, 160W fast charging revealed


By Rigved Pathak | Updated: 13-July-2022


  • The OnePlus 10T is rumoured to launch soon in India.
  • The device will likely be powered by the latest Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor.
  • 3C listing of the alleged OnePlus 10T has now revealed its fast charging suppor

The OnePlus 10T, the company's upcoming flagship model, is said to be in the works. By the end of this month or the beginning of next, the OnePlus 10T is rumoured to go on sale in India. Recent discovery of the item on the business's Indian website raised the possibility of a soon-to-be announced launch. Recently, the OnePlus 10T was discovered on the website of the Chinese 3C certification body, confirming its capability for fast charging. Let's look at it.

Fast charging support

The OnePlus 10T (with model number OnePlus PGP110) will come with a 160W fast charger, as can be seen in the 3C certification listing image up top (20VDC, 8A Max). The OnePlus 10T may only support 150W fast charging, according to earlier rumours, thus this does not definitely imply that the device will enable 160W fast charging. As was the case with the OnePlus Ace/OnePlus 10R in the past, this won't be the first time a OnePlus smartphone will have a comparatively slower fast charging support when compared to the charger.

OnePlus 10T specifications (expected)

A 6.7-inch AMOLED screen with a 120Hz refresh rate and an FHD+ resolution is anticipated for the OnePlus 10T. The gadget is anticipated to include a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor inside, along with up to 16GB of RAM and up to 512GB of internal storage. In terms of software, the OnePlus 10T will ship with OxygenOS 12 in all other territories, including India, and ColorOS 12.1 skin on top of Android 12.

Regarding the OnePlus 10T's cameras, they are rumoured to have a 50MP primary camera, an 8MP ultra-wide camera, a 2MP macro camera, and a 32MP selfie camera. Last but not least, the battery is expected to be 4,800mAh and allow 150W fast charging via a USB Type-C charging connector.

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