OnePlus 13 Alleged Render Shows Changed Design Of Camera Module

OnePlus launched the OnePlus 12 in December of last year in China and received an overwhelming response from buyers in the Chinese market. It is reported to be working on the company’s next flagship smartphone OnePlus 13. There are some reports that says that the company can launch this smartphone with a refreshed design thus making it different from its predecessor. For the first time, the smartphone’s alleged design render has come out based on some news that the company can bring a rectangular module on the back of this handset. This render has been shared by a Weibo user named Fixed Focus Digital.

The render looks quite similar to the OnePlus 10 Pro smartphone which used to come with the rectangular island on the rear arising from the top left section of the handset. The company would obviously not go back in time by making the OnePlus 12 the same as the OnePlus 10 Pro but if the rectangular module on the back in thing is right, this render does make sense. Famous tipster DCS himself tipped a while ago that OnePlus is planning on bringing a change to its family-style design, and this is likely about the flagship devices. The same tipster said the same in another recent Weibo post that the ID design of the OnePlus 13 has been refreshed.

As far as expected specs are concerned the smartphone can come with a 6.8-inch deep and micro curved display that features LTPO technology and offers 2k resolution. It can be powered by a Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 chipset. The company is also said to be testing the ultrasonic waves that can be featured in the next flagship. Undoubtedly still a lot to come out and to stay updated about it stay tuned with the Techoutlook.

Via Fixed Focal Digital

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