After announcing the OnePlus 10 Pro earlier this week, OnePlus is slowly releasing more details about its upcoming flagship phone. Now we know what the OP10 Pro rear cameras offer and we are a little disappointed.
After discovering the design OnePlus 10 Pro on Monday, OnePlus then released phone specifications, which include a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip, 120 Hz Fluid AMOLED display, 80 W wired charging, 50 W wireless charging, new haptic engine and two stereo speakers among them. For now, pretty standard.
We already knew that the OP10 Pro would have a 50 MP main camera, but today OnePlus is teasing some of the new camera features and features of the phone. Some of them look promising, but also a bit irresistible given the competition.
As part of the ongoing OnePlus partnership with Camera maker Hasselblad, the company adds a feature to the OnePlus 10 Pro that calls a Billion Color Solution, which works with Hasselblad’s natural color calibration so the phone can take photos with full 10-bit color. OnePlus claims that this increase in color processing allows the OP10 Pro to capture 64 times more colors than last year’s OnePlus 9 Pro, while removing distracting elements such as colored ribbons are photographs.
WITH Hasselblad’s second-generation Pro mode, the OP10 Pro can also capture RAW photos in 12-bit color. AND the new RAW + setting gives photographers more control over their digital negatives, including data used for computer photography. This gives users the freedom to adjust and edit photos, which is becoming increasingly difficult with modern computer photo effects that are sometimes applied to RAW files with the user’s knowledge.
OnePlus 10 Pro the third major camera upgrade is a new ultra- 150 degreesa wide-angle lens, which OnePlus says is four times wider than a typical smartphone wide angle lens. Dec 10 also adds a new fis-eye-catching mode and a more traditional 110-degree wide-angle setting when you only need a slightly wider field of view compared to the phone’s main camera.
Finally, a new one mthis way will give user greater control over ISO, shutter speed and other manual settings during recording, along with support for the LOG format for improved post editing.
ANDll of these upgrades look pretty good, right? But for a a company to compete with cameras on Apple, Google and Samsung phones, it’s me I’m not sure that’s enough. It’s Google far ahead when it comes to computer photography — see Pixel 6 is advanced features like automatic facial blur removal, the Magic Eraser tool and long exposure mode, not to mention existing features like Super Res Zoom and more.
And maybe the cameras will absolutely delight us. But there is little context for the rest of the phone, the details of which have been stretched for a week, and the OnePlus 10 Pro will not be officially unveiled until January 10 – and only in China. There is still no official timeframe for launch in the U.S. or other regions.
Then there are some confusing elements, like P2D 50T OnePlus mark stamped on OP10 Pro camera module. T“2D” means the second generation Hasselblad camera, while “50T” means the phone’s main 50 MP sensor and a range of triple cameras. Really? That’s pretty stupid branding for relatively mundane specifications, which is why it seems that other features of the OnePlus camera might end up being less cool than the company makes them sound.
OnePlus wants – and should – make a phone that can withstand the latest Pixel, Galaxy or iPhone, but the endless pomp and unnecessarily protracted discovery of the OnePlus 10 Pro seems extremely extra. Of course, the sample images provided by OnePlus look good, but it’s real proof that the camera works in the wild — and for the good of OnePlus, we need to take a better look sooner rather than later.