A 120Hz FHD+ AMOLED display is included with the OnePlus 10T.
The selfie camera and fingerprint sensor are housed in a centrally located notch on the display.
It has a 6.7-inch screen, a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor, 8GB/12GB/16GB of RAM, and 128/256GB of UFS 3.1 storage.
The OnePlus 10T lacks the renowned alert slider and Hasselblad camera logo, as the company previously revealed.
Although some customers disagree with this choice, the firm cited cost as one of the reasons for the elimination of these functions.
Regarding the camera, the 10T is not significantly different from the OnePus 10 Pro's predecessor.
A 50-megapixel Sony IMX766 primary sensor, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera, and a 2-megapixel macro camera are all included in the triple camera system on the back of the device.
For snapping selfies and participating in video calls, the front camera has 16 megapixels.
A 4,800mAh battery within the device supports fast charging at up to 150W.
The OnePlus 10T will support up to 125W fast charging in North America, though.
Between 125W and 150W, which will charge your device a minute earlier than the latter, there isn't much of a difference in real-world usage.
The OnePlus 10T comes pre-installed with OxygenOS 12.1, however it is also able to receive the OxygenOS 13 update, which is based on Android 13.
The smartphone is anticipated to receive the Android 13 upgrade later this year.
The OnePlus 10T will be available starting on September 29 in the US for $649 (N270,431.81) for the 8/128GB variant and $749 (N312,100.81) for the higher variant with the 16/256GB option.
The pre-order period for both models, which are available in Moonstone Black and Jade Green colours, will begin on September 1 at Amazon, OnePlus.com, and Best Buy.