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- Compute: Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, Adreno 730
- RAM: 8GB/12GB/16GB LPDDR5
- Storage: 128GB/256GB UFS 3.1
- Front: 16MP
- Back: 50MP Sony IMX766, 8MP ultra-wide (119.9°), 2MP macro
- Display: 1080 x 2412, 120Hz Fluid AMOLED
- Battery: 4800 mAh
- Charging: 150W wired (125W in US)
- 6+128GB: $649/€699/£629/₹49999
- 12/16+256GB: $749/€799/£729/₹54999
As for the software, the 10T will launch with OxygenOS 12.1 out-of-the-box, and will soon get an update to OOS13. We managed to extract 2 static & their companion live wallpapers from the device's supposedly out-of-the-box firmware (names are our own):
Here's low-res versions of both live wallpapers so you can get an idea of what it looks like. In my opinion, it's quite nice. Who doesn't like rocks breaking on impact?
These wallpapers are very different from previous device-specific wallpapers. Older ones followed an abstract art form; see our coverage in most-recent order:
You can download 10T's wallpapers from Google Drive in their original resolution, if you'd like to apply them to your device. To set either of the live wallpapers to your home/lock screen wallpaper, you can use the free application Video to Wallpaper. Click on the "+" icon to select wallpaper path, and then tap on the "Apply" button as shown in this screen record from a OnePlus Nord N10:
OnePlus holds the copyright to these wallpapers. They should not be used for commercial purposes.