OnePlus and Hasselblad will take their collaboration to version 2.0 on January 11 when the OnePlus 10 Pro goes official. While you wait, you can enjoy these first camera samples that the company shared, including ones from the 150º ultra wide-angle camera.
Yes, the Realme GT2 Pro is getting competition in the ultra ultrawide camera field. It seems that this camera will also be used to take fisheye style photos.
As before, a major focus of the camera is color accuracy. The OnePlus 10 Pro will feature “Hasselblad Natural Color Optimization 2.0”, bespoke tech developed for this phone that promises professional-grade colors. There will also be a Hasselblad Professional Mode 2.0 RAW shooting mode, if you prefer to dial in the colors yourself.
These are just some of the 500+ optimizations that were developed for the triple camera on the Pro phone. Official teasers stop short of giving out camera details, but TENAA revealed a 48 MP main camera, a 50 MP sensor for that ultra wide cam and an 8 MP 3x telephoto module (plus a 32 MP selfie).
The OnePlus 10 Pro will be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, naturally, and it will feature an LTPO 2.0 display with 1-120 Hz variable refresh rate (6.7”, QHD+). Camera aside, this phone will offer an improved gaming experience with features like HyperBoost for the GPU.
Here is a short trailer for the phone that shows its camera in action:
The full reveal of the phone will be on Tuesday next week and availability should follow soon after that.