Upcoming OnePlus 12 Smartphone Final Version Camera Specs Tipped

OnePlus, a leading Chinese smartphone maker, is expected to debut its next flagship smartphone – the OnePlus 12 smartphone in the Chinese market by the end of this year in December 2023, and in the global market next year in January 2024.

With its launch that is likely to take place in two months or so, the camera specifications of the device has been tipped again.

Here’s more about it.

OnePlus 12 – Camera Specs

This update comes from the Chinese tipster – Digital Chat Station, who has shared that the upcoming OnePlus 12 smartphone will be arriving sporting a 50MP IMX966 OIS main camera, a 48MP ultrawide camera, and a 64MP OV64B OIS periscope telephoto camera. The tipster had previously tipped the camera specs and now, a change in the ultrawide angle lens has been pointed out.

OnePlus 12 - Camera Specs Tipped

Early last month in September, the 5K render images of the OnePlus 12 device were shared online, and we had got an idea on how the camera module of the upcoming smartphone would look like. It has a similar circular rear camera module that we have already seen on the OnePlus 11 and other OnePlus devices, featuring three of its cameras within it. The LED flashlight, unlike before, is however outside the camera module, at the top-left corner of the rear panel.

We have also covered a lot about the expected specifications of the device in the past few months. You may check it out below.

OnePlus 12 – Expected Specifications

OnePlus’ flagship 12 smartphone is most probably going to be powered by the soon-to-be-unveiled Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset from Qualcomm, and the device has been tipped to have two RAM variants – 16GB and 24GB. It is also said to have the Android 14 based OxygenOS 14 custom skin too.

The smartphone might also have a 6.7-inch BOE Q10 OLED display panel, which will likely have a QHD+ screen resolution and 1~120Hz variable LTPO refresh rate, as per reports.

It might also be backed by a larger 5400mAh battery, when compared to its predecessor, and may support 100W wired and 50W wireless fast charging features.

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