OnePlus has recently unveiled select specifications of their forthcoming flagship, the OnePlus 12 smartphone. The company is now poised to divulge intricate details concerning its camera capabilities on November 9. The nomenclature of the chipset and the specifics of the display have already been disclosed to the public eye. However, OnePlus remains discreet, reserving a complete revelation for the grand unveiling of the 5G smartphone, which is anticipated shortly.
Given that these revelations are emanating from China, it is plausible that the OnePlus 12’s launch may commence in the Middle Kingdom. Subsequently, it may grace global markets, such as India, if the company deems it fitting to do so. The OnePlus 12 is anticipated to deliver enhanced zoom functionalities.
Leaked information intimates that the OnePlus 12 will likely retain a triple-camera arrangement on its rear facade. The primary sensor is rumored to house a remarkable 50-megapixel Sony IMX966 camera, replete with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) support and a wide aperture of f/1.7. Accompanying this powerhouse, a 48-megapixel Sony IMX581 ultrawide camera and a formidable 64-megapixel 3x periscope telephoto shooter are anticipated. For selfie enthusiasts, the front camera is expected to boast a commendable 32-megapixel prowess.
Teasers pertaining to this revelation have emerged on Weibo, the Chinese social media platform, as observed by 91Mobiles. Although the teasers abstain from revealing the precise design of the flagship’s rear camera setup, the official glimpse shared by OnePlus does hint at a front facia reminiscent of the OnePlus 11. Slim bezels grace the periphery of the display, while the volume and power buttons are conveniently situated on the right flank. The front end sports a punch-hole display design, akin to its predecessors.
According to the proclamations of the company, the flagship phone has garnered the esteemed DisplayMate A+ certification, signifying superlative display quality. The screen also boasts compatibility with a 2K resolution, although the exact screen dimensions remain undisclosed. The visuals do hint at continuity with the OnePlus 11’s 6.7-inch LTPO display—a notion that aligns with prevalent leaks.
What truly sets this device apart is its “Oriental Screen,” featuring OPPO’s pioneering display chip, the Display P1. An advanced pixel-level calibration algorithm augments image quality, brightness, and energy efficiency. Furthermore, the OnePlus 12 derives its power from Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset, a detail already affirmed by OnePlus during a recent engagement at the BOE conference.