Powerful, fast, convenient, OnePlus unveiled its new smartphone, the OnePlus T10 5G, as well as the next generation of its operating system, Oxygen OS13. Other brands should have cold sweats.
OnePlus never ceases to amaze us. After its three newcomers to the North range at the beginning of Junethe Chinese giant presented with great fanfare in New York its brand new flagship smartphone, the OnePlus T10 5G, as well as the new generation of its flagship operating system, Oxygen OS13. Our verdict? Three words stand out the most: performance, speed and design… always keeping OnePlus’ other advantage: a price accessible to all, with 699 euros for the 8+128GB version.
Fluid design, superb screen and super-fast charging
What strikes you immediately when you discover a new smartphone is its design. That of the OnePlus T10 5G is fluid and its grip is extremely pleasant and practical, no doubt thanks to its unibody construction. Its 6.7-inch OLED FHD+ screen covers the front of the smartphone and its HDR10+ certification offers a richer and more realistic visual experience, all while preserving battery life. An intelligent battery that will therefore last longer but which recharges ultra-fast above all thanks to its 150W SuperVOOC charge: you will go from 1 to 100% in just 19 minutes! You read correctly, there is no typo.
Peak performance, whatever you’re doing
But where the OnePlus T10 5G dazzled us even more was thanks to its performance. Equipped with the most powerful Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 system at the moment, it also combines the largest, most powerful and sophisticated cooling system ever on board a OnePlus smartphone and up to 16 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage. What does this look like in practice? Everything you want to do, intensively and all day long: scroll social networks, watch reels or movies, play video games. Everywhere, all the time. Are you the type to constantly switch from one app to another? Your future OnePlus T10 5G thus allows you to run 35 applications at the same time in the background, without the slightest loss of speed.
Let’s not forget Oxygen OS13 either
The OnePlus T10 5G was not the only novelty of this presentation since the Chinese brand said a little more about its new operating system: Oxygen OS13. What does this new generation change? The home design will switch to an aquamorphic design for a simplified interface and a more relaxing mobile experience. Security will also be reinforced and new features will be optimized such as Nearby Share for content sharing or HyperBoost for more power for mobile games. Launched first on the OnePlus 10 Pro, it will then be up to the OnePlus 10T to take advantage of this new generation very soon.