OnePlus has just announced that the official presentation of its OnePlus Ace will take place on April 21st in China. This name might remind you of something as Oppo has already released a model called Reno Ace in the past. The two brands of the BBK Electronics consortium therefore continue to have many things in common.
The company takes the opportunity to share some images of the device on the Chinese social network Weibo. It is slated for release as the OnePlus 10R on April 28 in India.
The photos show an angular smartphone that comes up with a large rectangular photo island. On the back, the left part of the mobile is covered with rather elegant lines that give it relief. The set is reminiscent of the Realme GT Neo 3 (a brand also under the lap of BBK) presented at the end of March. In particular, we find the same arrangement in the triangle at the level of the photo sensors.
Rumors about the technical data sheet also seem to confirm the similarity with the Realme smartphone. The OnePlus Ace could actually have a 6.7-inch Full HD + Amoled screen with a 120Hz refresh rate, which would logically house a fingerprint sensor.
According to Geekbench data, inside we would find a MediaTek Dimensity 8100 chip coupled with 8/12 GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 128/256 GB of UFS 3.1 storage. A SoC engraved in 5nm designed to provide a smooth multitasking experience and good video gaming performance. Everything would work fine on Android 12.
The photo configuration remains mysterious, but the wide angle could be associated with a Sony IMX766. A high-end sensor that is definitely very successful and can now be found in cheaper devices like the Realme 9 Pro+.
Autonomy should be guaranteed by a 4500mAh battery compatible with fast charging at 150W. A feature already present on… the GT Neo 3. We were able to try this technology during the last MWC and found that it allows about 50% battery recovery in five minutes.
So there are only a few days left to discover the smartphone in detail. If this model is not destined for the French market at the moment, it could still arrive here under a different name.