The upcoming OnePlus 12, set to be unveiled on Tuesday, is generating considerable excitement, thanks to several pre-release reveals by OnePlus and the online community. The smartphone's design and key specifications have been officially shared by the company, further amplified by President Li Jie's recent showcasing of the device in various real-world settings. Additionally, users on Weibo have contributed to the buzz by sharing live images of the phone.
These circulating images have revealed that the OnePlus 12 will be available in three configurations: 16GB RAM with 512GB storage, 16GB RAM with 1TB storage, and a high-end model featuring 24GB RAM with 1TB storage. The company has confirmed the availability of the phone in three colors: black, white, and green, catering to different aesthetic preferences.
OnePlus 12's ram and storage options leaked
The device's "About Phone" section has disclosed some impressive specifications. It boasts a 6.82-inch display, powered by a Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chip. The top-end model includes 24GB of RAM and 1TB of storage. For photography enthusiasts, the phone is equipped with a 32-megapixel front camera and a versatile triple camera setup at the back, consisting of 50-megapixel, 48-megapixel, and 64-megapixel sensors. Running on ColorOS 14, the phone is identified by the model number PJD110.
In terms of design, the OnePlus 12 exhibits a striking resemblance to its predecessor, the OnePlus 11, but with notable enhancements. The back features a slightly lowered camera module and LED flash, now bearing an "H" logo for Hasselblad, and includes a periscope telephoto camera for the first time. The LED flash has also been repositioned outside the module. The front display showcases slimmer bezels and a centrally located punch-hole, contributing to a sleeker look and a wider aspect ratio. Additional design changes include an IR blaster on the top and a relocated alert slider, now on the left side.