OnePlus 12R/Ace 3 static & live wallpapers are now available

You can download the uncompressed wallpapers via Google Drive
Adhiraj S. Chauhan

OnePlus Ace 3 was launched in China recently, and it'll come to the global market as the 12R on 23rd January (yes, even NA & EU). You could read our rumour-roundup article to know more about the device. We'll write a separate one after the device launches globally, with more details on all the products' pricing, pre-order offers, and shipping dates. Quick summary of the specs (some rumoured, some confirmed):

  • Compute: Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2
  • RAM: 12 GB / 16 GB
  • Storage: 256 GB
  • Cameras: 50MP IMX890 primary, 8MP ultrawide, 32MP 2x telephoto, 16MP (front)
  • Display: 6.74" 120 Hz OLED, 800 nits typical brightness, 1600 nits in HBM mode, 4500 nits peak
  • Battery: 5500 mAh
  • Charging: 100W wired (SuperVOOC), TBD wireless & reverse wireless
  • Colorways: Black, Blue, Gold (based on wallpapers)

As for the software, OnePlus 12R will launch with OxygenOS 14 out-of-the-box. A Telegram channel "Pavlova UI The Newsroom" posted static & live wallpapers supposedly extracted from the device's out-of-the-box firmware:

You can download OnePlus 12R's wallpapers from Google Drive in their original resolution, if you'd like to apply them to your device. Additionally, live wallpapers are also available in their video (MP4) form. Here's low-res versions of them so you can get an idea of what it looks like:

To set the live wallpaper as 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:

If you saw our OnePlus 12 wallpaper article, then you'd immediately notice how the 12R's wallpapers are exactly the same — if not "straightened up" slightly and with blue/gold colours instead of green/white. Most OnePlus device-specific wallpapers follow an abstract art from, but the 12's stands apart. Its crystal/gem style is somewhat similar to 9-series'. Open & 10T wallpapers are also unique, though similar to each other. See our coverage in the most recent order:

Also see our "Ray Tracing" wallpapers article, as those should work on anything that uses a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 or newer (OnePlus 12R will be Gen 2).

OnePlus holds the copyright to these wallpapers. They should not be used for commercial purposes.