OnePlus 12”s New Periscope Camera is Impressive

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OnePlus 12 is expected to launch on the market at some point in December, and there are already strong reasons to be excited if you’re a fan of the famous Chinese brand. We found out in late June that OnePlus 12 will feature an insane amount of RAM – 24GB, to be more precise. Yes, that means more than the vast majority of laptops on the market!

OnePlus is set to build upon the success of the predecessor OnePlus 11 by adding several design and hardware refinements. High-quality renders of the OnePlus 12 have been obtained based on real-life pictures of a testing unit prototype, according to SmartPrix. The device features an elegant and sleek design with a glossy Black color and the iconic OnePlus sandstone finish. The camera arrangement is a periscopic telephoto lens setup inspired by the OPPO Reno 10 Pro+.

The camera module has a square-ish design, with a chromed-out stainless steel bump beneath the camera ring. The LED flash has been relocated outside the circular ring, positioning it at the top left corner. The front of the phone has slimmer bezels and a shifted placement of the selfie camera from the top left corner to the center.

OnePlus 12 specifications

Apart from the RAM memory of the OnePlus 12 that’s out of this world, the future device will also impress in other areas as well. The phone will likely be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor, which means that it will have more processing power than pretty much any other phone on the market.

We can also expect the OnePlus 12 to come equipped with Android 14 out of the box. Google will release the final version of the mobile operating system at some point this fall, which means that it will already be there until the release of the OnePlus 12.

Cristian Antonescu
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