Meet the OnePlus 10R, a somewhat less expensive alternative from the fast-growing handset maker, which has over the years gone from being a one-device-a-ear brand to multiple devices. The device comes with a slew of exciting new features, including fast charging, MediaTek Dimensity 8100-Max chipset and 120Hz Fluid AMOLED display, but in a much more compact body. Does this justify the post-price tag of `39,000? Let’s know.
design and performance
OnePlus 10R sports a new design that is stylish with a premium look. It starts with the rear cover which has a nano-level dot matrix arrangement which ensures that both the Sierra Black and Forest Green colorways of the device have a strong resistance to fingerprints. The design aims to create a unique and stylish pattern on the bottom of the camera module of the device that highlights either black or a different shade of green depending on the colour. The device sports flat sides, which not only enhances its slim 8.17mm design but also offers better grip and comfort, especially when the device is held horizontally for a long period of time.
OnePlus 10R comes in two variants – one with 150W SUPERVOOC Endurance Edition and the other with 80W SUPERVOOC. Our test unit was with Sierra Black, OnePlus 10R 150W Supervoke Endurance Edition (12GB/256GB, 4500mAh); Basically it can provide a day’s power after just 10 minutes of charging and its 4,500 mAh battery can be recharged from 1-100% in 17 minutes. Meanwhile, the OnePlus 10R device with 80W SuperVOOC packs a 5,000mAh battery that can be charged from 1-100% in 32 minutes.
On the front of the OnePlus 10R is a 6.7-inch Fluid AMOLED display, which offers a 120 Hz refresh rate that can adjust between 120 Hz, 90 Hz and 60 Hz depending on the content being consumed to conserve battery life. Is.
OnePlus 10R is powered by MediaTek Dimensity 8100-Max octa-core chipset offering CPU speed up to 2.85GHz and 11% better multi-core performance over the previous generation. This chipset takes gaming performance even further with 20% better GPU performance than the MediaTek Dimensity 8000, along with 25% better power efficiency than the previous MediaTek Dimensity chipset. MediaTek Dimension 8100-Max delivers up to 80% better AI performance thanks to its dedicated AI processor- MediaTek APU 580.
The OnePlus 10R’s 3D passive cooling system offers the largest vapor chamber ever found in any OnePlus smartphone—measuring over 4,100 mm—as well as a new cooling film made from new-generation high-performance graphite and graphene technology Is. The phone comes pre-installed with OxygenOS 12.1 based on Android 12. The device will receive three major Android updates and four years of security updates.
The 50MP Sony IMX766 spotlights the OnePlus 10R’s rear triple camera system with a larger sensor size and optical image stabilization, which allows it to take shots with a high level of detail even in low-light environments. The rear camera system has been strengthened with an 8MP ultra-wide camera with 119-degree field of view and a 2MP macro camera. In addition, the device packs a 16 MP selfie camera that supports electronic image stabilization.
If you have budget constraints but you still want a OnePlus device, the 10R is a good option, for the simple reason that the device has a lot in common with its more expensive siblings. Its insanely fast-charging technology is a huge draw here, as are its amazing, rich display and versatile cameras, making it a great phone for gaming, photography or anything else.
— Display: 6.7-inch Fluid AMOLED 120 Hz HDR10+ display
— Processor: Dimension 2100 Max Chipset
– Operating System: Android 12 . based on OxygenOS
– Memory and Storage: 8GB/12GB RAM, 128GB/256GB Storage
— Camera: 50MP + 8MP + 2MP (Rear), 16MP Front Camera
– Battery: 5,000 mAh (80W) or 4,500 mAh (150W)
– Estimated street price: Rs 38,999 (8GB/128GB, 80W, 5000mAh), Rs 42,999 (12GB/256GB, 80W, 5000mAh), Rs 43,999 (12GB/256GB, 150W, 4500mAh)
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