The CAD-based renders of the OnePlus 12 that surfaced in July revealed the smartphone will pack a centered punch-hole display and a circular camera island on the rear housing three cameras. Now, the same source – OnLeaks – has shared a set of new OnePlus 12 renders, which reveal a different camera island design.
The new design has four circles inside the camera island instead of three. The Hasselblad logo has also been changed, and it now sits on the left side of the cameras instead of between the camera rows.
Aside from these changes, everything else remains the same. OnLeaks says these new renders are based on the OnePlus 12 pre-production unit’s pictures.
OnePlus is yet to divulge anything about the OnePlus 12, but rumors claim the smartphone will launch in China in December, with a global debut in January 2024. It’s said to come with the yet-to-be-announced Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC, up to 24GB RAM and 256GB storage, and Android 14-based OxygenOS 14.
The smartphone will feature a 6.7″ 120Hz QHD+ LTPO AMOLED display with a fingerprint scanner underneath for biometric authentication and a punch hole for the 32MP selfie shooter. The triple camera system on the rear will comprise 50MP primary, 50MP ultrawide, and 64MP periscope (3x optical zoom) units.
Keeping the package up and running will be a 5,400 mAh battery with 100W wired and 50W wireless charging.