OnePlus announced the OnePlus 10T & OxygenOS 13

Priced at $649/€699/£629/₹49999 (6+128GB), $749/€799/£729/₹54999 (16+256GB)


Added link to the community announcement post.

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OnePlus announced the OnePlus 10T alongside OxygenOS 13, which was held live in Gotham Hall, NYC (some of our users attended the event too). This phone should not be seen as the successor of the 10 Pro, as there hasn't been a OnePlus 10 either. However, we've compared both specs to give you a general idea. For a more detailed overview of specifications, watch the announcement video below and check out its specs page or the community announcement post.

  OnePlus 10 Pro OnePlus 10T
SoC Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1
Storage 128GB/256GB UFS 3.1 128GB/256GB UFS 3.1
Camera (front) 32MP Sony IMX 615 16MP
Cameras (rear)

48MP Sony IMX 789, 50MP Samsung ISOCELL JN1 (ultrawide; 150° FoV), 8MP OmniVision OV08A19 (telephoto)

50MP Sony IMX766, 8MP ultra-wide (119.9°), 2MP macro
Display 6.7" (17.02 cm), 525 ppi, 120Hz LTPO Fluid AMOLED, 20.1:9, 1440 x 3216 6.7" (17.02 cm), 394 ppi, 120Hz Fluid AMOLED, 1080 x 2412, HDR10+, 360Hz/720Hz HW/SW touch sampling rate
Dimensions 7.39 x 16.30 x 0.855 cm, 200.5g 7.54 x 16.30 x 0.88 cm, 203.5g
Battery 5000 mAh (2x 2500 mAh) 4800 mAh (2x 2400 mAh)
Charging 80W wired (65W in US due to power standard limitations), 50W wireless charging 150W wired charging (125W in US)
Price $799/€899/£799/₹66999 (8+128GB), $869/€999/£899/₹71999 (12+256GB)

$649/€699/£629/₹49999 (6+128GB), $749/€799/£729/₹54999 (16+256GB)

If you intend to buy the 10T, consider using our affiliate link to support us indirectly. We were informed that users (first come, first-serve) will be able to select 1 free gift with their purchase (choice of Buds Pro, Buds Z2, Bumper Case, 3D Tempered Glass protector). The phone starts shipping at different times in different locations. Here's what we have so far (relative to midnight, 4th August 2022); India gets it the earliest:

  • India: 2 days for 8+128GB, 3 days for 12+256GB
  • Europe: 21 days for both variants
  • USA: 8+128GB isn't on sale yet, 29 days for 12+256GB

In the US, the OnePlus 10T 16+256GB variant can be had for the same price as the 8+128GB one (which goes on sale September onwards): $649 (13% off). This is valid only during the pre-order stage (August), in specific 4-day ranges: 3rd — 6th, 10th — 13th, 17th — 20th, 24th — 27th.

We'll update this article should things change, or if there are any exclusive offers you may be able to avail. Until then, go through these "deep dives" on OnePlus Community if this phone interests you: Charging, Performance, Design, Camera. They're all written by Kinder L. (head of R&D at OnePlus) who also wrote similar deep dives for the 10 Pro.

Let us know what you think of the phone in our Discord server.

OxygenOS 13

You may have already read the official OnePlus Community post about OxygenOS software release schedule, but here's a refresher:

Flagships including & after 8-series are supposed to receive 3 major Android versions and 4 years of security updates. The Nord / Nord CE line should receive 2 major and 3y security. The Nord N line receive only 1 major and 3y security updates. These are relative to the device's launch OS, and don't compound (i.e. the max support period for each device is whatever the number of security-years are).

With that out of the way, here are the devices that will receive OOS13 in time, or have already received it in some form:

Other OOS13-ineligible devices are as follows. They'll continue to receive security patch updates:

Of course, all devices are supported by the app, and as long as your device isn't EOL, the app will continue to help you update ASAP. Security updates are especially important to install almost immediately, so you can have peace of mind at least.

If you weren't aware, all devices before 7-series were marked EOL (End-of-Life): 6/6T since December 2021 (, 5/5T since November 2020 (10.0.1), 3/3T since November 2019 (9.0.6). So of course these devices won't receive any updates at all. You should consider moving to a custom ROM; LineageOS is a great place to start.

If you don't want to mess with it, at least make sure you're on the latest stable version: compare the versions in brackets and see if they match. If they don't, select the "Stable (full)" update method in the app's settings. If you still don't see anything, you're probably on a very old beta version, in which case you'll have to enable advanced mode as well. Take a backup of your data, since moving from those old versions back to stable requires a full wipe.