On Tuesday, some Chinese web users found that a new OnePlus smartphone model named “PGZ110” appeared on the website of TENAA, China’s national telecommunications certification authority. The new model features a 6.59-inch FHD+ resolution LCD display with a high refresh rate and a built-in large single battery cell. The device’s size is 164.3 x 75.8×8.7 mm.
The photo released on the TENAA website shows a model that looks a bit like a mixture of the OnePlus 10 Pro and the OPPO Find series. The rear camera module extends from the side to the middle of the device, and the module and the rear cover adopt a curved surface transition.
Unlike the OnePlus 10 Pro, which uses high-quality flexible AMOLED display, this new model adopts a 6.59-inch LCD screen, and its fingerprint identification module has been moved to the side. This is the first domestic model of OnePlus this year that has a side fingerprint sensor.
According to released and certified information, the smartphone has a 4890mAh battery, weighs 205g, and is available in blue and gray colorways. It is equipped with an 8-core 2.85 GHz CPU, which may be a MediaTek 8100.
In addition, the smartphone has a 64MP + 8MP + 2MP trio camera in the rear and a 16 MP camera in the front, with 8GB and 12GB of RAM, as well as 128GB and 256GB of storage options.
The OnePlus 10 standard version has not yet been released, but according to previous leaks, it will be equipped with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1+ processor or a Dimensity 9000, and will feature an AMOLED display. The “vanilla” version is expected to be released in the second half of the year. Therefore, the certificated smartphone released this time is unlikely to be the OnePlus 10 standard version.
Louis Li, President of OnePlus China, said previously that the firm’s domestic product line is divided into a digital series and the Ace series. From the positioning point of view, this new device may be a new product within the OnePlus Ace series, and the price may be about 2,000 yuan ($305).