The inexpensive OnePlus 10R 5G could give the 10 Pro a run for its money with ‘exclusive’ new SoC
OnePlus sure likes to keep busy these days, preparing not one but two interesting new phones for an official announcement following just a few weeks after the long overdue global expansion of the company’s latest flagship model.
What exactly is the Dimension 8100 Max?
The simple answer to that question is obviously a souped-up version (of some sort) of the existing Dimensity 8100 chipset found inside devices like the Realme GT Neo 3 and Xiaomi Redmi K50.
While that doesn’t really tell us anything of substance about the Dimensity 8100 Max specifications and capabilities, it does make us confident that the OnePlus 10R will be able to outpower the 10 Pro in certain benchmarks. Wait, what?
What about the OnePlus Nord CE 2 Lite 5G?
But this is a sub-$400 device we’re talking about here, which is unfortunately also unlikely to ever land in the US.
Of course, the mid-ranger’s spec sheet is not exactly the world’s best-kept secret, most likely including a 6.6-inch or so IPS LCD screen with either 90 or 120Hz refresh rate support, a very respectable Snapdragon 695 SoC, a 64MP primary rear-facing shooter, and at least 6 gigs of RAM coupled with a generous 128 gigs of local digital hoarding room.