Full-size comparison – OnePlus 10T vs predecessors

The OnePlus 10T was announced this week with renewed specs and some changes from its predecessors. See now what changes in this new generation in this comparison where other devices in the “OnePlus T” line face the new top of the line.

75.4 x 163 x 8.75 mm.
6.7 inches-2.412x1080px
74.6 x 162.2 x 8.29 mm
6.62 inches–2400x1080px
74.1 x 160.7 x 8.4 mm
6.55 inches–2400x1080px
75.9 x 162.6 x 8.8 mm
6.67 inches–3120×1440 px
74.44 x 160.94 x 8.13 mm.
6.55 inches–2400x1080px

Fabric and design

Starting with the design, the OnePlus 10T is very similar to the OnePlus 10 Pro, especially when we look at the camera module. Compared to its predecessors, this is the model with the largest screen in the series, with a 6.7″ 120Hz AMOLED adaptive screen according to the displayed content.

However, we can notice that this is not the device with the best resolution in this comparison, where the OnePlus 7T Pro wins with 1440 x 3120 pixels, but its rate stays at 90Hz. In this case, it is preferable to have 120Hz with a slightly lower resolution, as Full HD+ is enough for most users and a higher refresh rate guarantees more fluidity.

On the other hand, a design change did not please OnePlus users: the removal of the sound mode switch, which is not present in the OnePlus 10T but was exclusive to the brand’s devices until now. After several complaints, OnePlus has confirmed that the feature will be present in its upcoming devices.


Moving now to hardware items, we have 5G support with Qualcomm’s latest processor: the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1, in addition to the biggest battery among the 5 latest models, so we have a clear advantage for the OnePlus 10T here, which in addition to being the most powerful, will still receive the latest updates from OxygenOS.


Another important point is the cameras, where we can see that the OnePlus devices have made improvements in the main sensors but regressed in other areas. One example is the 8MP ultrawide sensor on the 10T, while the 9RT and 8T models have 16MP on this sensor.

In addition, the OnePlus 8T has a main sensor with a larger aperture: f/1.7 instead of f/1.8 on the OnePlus 10T. Will the 50MP sensor be better than the 48MP sensor with a larger aperture? Only practical tests will prove it. In addition, it is important to remember that the latest model does not have the support of Hasselblad, which guarantees greater color fidelity in the images.

Another point worth noting is that only the OnePlus 7T Pro and 7T have cameras with 3x and 2x optical zoom, respectively, in addition to recording slow-motion videos at 960 fps.


It is interesting to see how OnePlus has evolved with this series of smartphones, but it is impossible not to notice that the T series has regressed in some points that are crucial for some users of the brand, such as design and cameras. After all, OnePlus has not even added IP68 certification to these devices until today, which is a mandatory requirement in many devices in this segment.

Finally, it is good to note that at least the Chinese company is maintaining the tradition of equipping its cell phones with the most powerful processors on the market at the moment, so users will have nothing to complain about in terms of performance.

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