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OnePlus 12 Release Date; OnePlus 12 Is Said To Go WorldWide In January 2024

OnePlus 12 Release Date; As we already know, OnePlus will be celebrating its tenth anniversary with a big event in China on December 4, and among the Smartphones that will be released that day, the OnePlus 12 smartphone will be released to the local audience as well. Then the global launching of the device will happen in January 2024, this information is according to tipster Max Jamboor, who is known for getting excellent records with OnePlus leaks.

For now, we don’t know if the OnePlus 12 will come in different variants, whether it will be a more powerful 12 Pro or a toned-down 12R, we are yet to see what’s installed. There could also be a Lite version of the Oneplus 12– in the world of hearsay, possibilities are endless.

We are expecting the OnePlus 12 to have a 6.82” LTPO panel, developed by BOE, with up to 2,600 nit peak brightness. We are also hoping to expect a new triple camera with a main 48 MP dual-layer Lytia 808 sensor by Sony, a 3x telephoto camera with a 64 MP OmniVision OV64B sensor, and a 48 Mega Pixel ultra-wide shooter.

This device is likely to have a Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset and 100W wired charging support, at least in China. We all have to wait until January 2024 to grasp whether OnePlus worked on the way the SuperVOOC adapters work in 110V sockets or whether the US variant will again have a somewhat downgraded charging speed like the OnePlus 11.

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