Information about new OnePlus phones are known

There might be a 10R Lite and next year there'll be an 11 Pro

OnePlus 10R Lite

A few days ago, OnePlus announced the OnePlus 10R in India as a cheaper version of the OnePlus 10 Pro. This device has been launched as the OnePlus Ace in China. There have been rumours that OnePlus is working on a Lite version of the 10R, eponymously named: OnePlus 10R Lite. Now, the website MyFixGuide discovered a TENAA listing, showcasing the OnePlus 10R Lite's renders including hardware specifications. The device model is PGZ110 and should be a mid-range device.

As we can see at the back, it has a camera setup that looks quite similar to the one of the 10 Pro. An unfortunate thing to notice is the absence of the alert slider, which is something more and more OnePlus devices lack nowadays (usually, only high-end devices have them). 

When you look at the sides of the phone, you can see the volume buttons and a power button. The power button seems to have a built-in fingerprint scanner. It's unknown when the 10R Lite will be announced. We'll keep you updated in this article about new information regarding the 10R Lite.

Specification OnePlus 10R Lite
Dimensions and weight 164.3mm x 75.8mm x 8.7mm, 205g

6.59-inch FHD+ (2412 x 1080p) AMOLED, 16.7m colour depth

SoC MediaTek Dimensity 8100 (5nm process)
RAM/storage 8GB/12GB, 128GB/256GB
Battery and charging 4890mAh battery with 65W charging
Rear cameras 64MP + 8MP + 2MP
Front camera 16MP front camera (holepunch)
Miscellaneous Fingerprint scanner (built into the power button)
Colour options Grey and blue


OnePlus 11 Pro

The OnePlus 10 Pro has been announced only a month ago and there are already rumours about the 11 Pro: it's rumoured that it might get a rotating camera. LetsGoDigital (which is down at the moment of writing) spotted a patent OnePlus filled with an image about a new technology made by OnePlus that makes it possible to rotate the camera magnetically. According to Notebookcheck the camera consists of a mobile image sensor that is placed in a bracket, which effectively means it can move freely up to 180° due to the magnetic system. The camera may be used for recording smooth videos. It may also be beneficial for panoramic photos (because of the sensor size) as well as panning/tilting/zooming without having to move the phone itself. It's unknown when this phone will be announced, but it's likely to happen in Q1 2023, based on previous announcements.

Source: LetsGoDigital