The OnePlus 10 Pro design just got detailed by a reliable source. @OnLeaks partnered up with Zouton to show us CAD-based OnePlus 10 Pro renders. Two images of the device surfaced a couple of days ago by the same source, but those showed us a part of the phone’s back.
The OnePlus 10 Pro design gets detailed in quite a few images
This time around, the phone is shown from pretty much all angles, and in two color variants. @OnLeaks is usually spot on with such leaks, so chances are this is the phone that is coming.
It was hinted, recently, that the two leaked images show only one of the OnePlus 10 Pro prototypes. Well, these images are in line with that design, so… chances are this is what we’re getting. That is especially true if the OnePlus 10 series comes early, as some rumors indicated.
In any case, from the front, the phone looks exactly as you’d expect. It looks pretty much like the OnePlus 9 Pro. It has a curved display, extremely thin bezels, and a display camera hole in the top-left corner.
OnePlus got inspired by Samsung
The back side is far more interesting. There is a camera setup back there that reminds us of the Galaxy S21 series. The camera housing comes from the aluminum frame, as it does on the Galaxy S21 series. It does look different due to different lenses and whatnot, but it’s still reminiscent of Samsung’s design.
There are three cameras included on the back, and an LED flash. A single camera sits on the front of the device. The phone seems to be made out of metal and glass, though there’s a slight chance this black model has a vegan leather back, or something of the sort.
This could be just due to these renders, as it’s possible there’s a glass panel on top of this pattern. We’ll have to wait for some extra images to be sure what’s going on here.
You’ll notice the Hasselblad logo on the back as well, next to the camera sensors. OnePlus partnered up with Hasselblad for the OnePlus 9 series, and that partnership will last for years. So, of course the OnePlus 10 series is included.
The OnePlus 10 is tipped to launch in Q1 next year, though we don’t know when exactly. Different rumors delivered different information. Some rumors even suggested mid-2022 as the launch timeframe, so… we’ll just have to wait and see.