OnePlus phone codenamed Project Ovaltine is tipped to be the OnePlus 10T. Tipster Max Jambor has shared this information along with the smartphone’s processor details. This contradicts yesterday’s report that said Project Ovaltine could be the vanilla OnePlus 10 with Snapdragon 8 Gen 1.
Apart from Jambor, other tipsters are also pointing Project Ovaltine codename to the OnePlus 10T. The upcoming offering will arrive as the successor to the OnePlus 8T that debuted way back in 2020.
Ovaltine is the 10T. And no, it doesn't use the 8 Gen 1.
— Max Jambor (@MaxJmb) June 9, 2022
OnePlus 10T tipped to launch soon
Jambor says that the OnePlus 10T will not be powered by Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor. Instead, it will be equipped with a faster Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC. The brand had earlier announced that it will launch a phone with the said processor in the third quarter (July-September) of this year. Additionally, the OnePlus 10T is also expected to be the last flagship phone from the company for this year. The brand is yet to confirm the existence of the upcoming offering.
Back in April, reliable tipster Steve Hemmerstoffer aka Onleaks revealed the specifications of a OnePlus flagship that he assumed to be the vanilla OnePlus 10. However, now he believes that the leak could be related to the upcoming OnePlus 10T.
There’s not much known about the upcoming OnePlus 10T. We can expect the smartphone to come with incremental upgrades over the OnePlus 10 Pro including a new chipset, faster charging, and some improvements in the camera.
We expect more details about the OnePlus 10T to surface on the web in the near future.