Renders of what is believed to be the OnePlus 10T have recently been discovered to have been leaked. It demonstrated a new design for the camera module, which featured the Hasselblad brand on the rear of the device. Now, according to new renders that have been distributed by MySmartPrice in collaboration with Yogesh Brar, it appears as though the Hasselblad branding might be removed from the phone.
It is actually a little bit confusing because the previous renders were supposed to be the OnePlus 10T, but assuming that these renders are accurate, either the design changed or this current render is actually for the OnePlus 10, which brings the total number of possible outcomes to three. Because, if you’ll recall, there were rumors suggesting that OnePlus could be launching a non-Pro version of the OnePlus 10, we’re leaning more towards the latter option.
If this were to turn out to be the case, it would make perfect sense for the company to keep the Hasselblad camera technology exclusive to the Pro model in order to set it apart from the competition. In addition, the Hasselblad branding was preserved in the leaked image of the OnePlus 10T, which suggests that OnePlus may be considering incorporating Hasselblad technology into its higher-end products.
In addition to that, the fact that these renders appear to be more similar to the OnePlus 10 Pro suggests that there is a good chance that we are looking at the OnePlus 10 rather than the higher-end OnePlus 10 Pro. In any case, as is the case with all leaks, it is most likely best to take this information with a grain of salt for the time being until it has been officially announced.