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As the tech world eagerly awaits the arrival of OnePlus’s highly anticipated flagship phone, the OnePlus 12, scheduled for later this year, enthusiasts and experts alike have been treated to an early glimpse of what’s in store. Even with several months left until its official launch, a series of leaks and reports have surfaced, shedding light on the forthcoming device’s intriguing features and capabilities.

Now, a fresh leak has emerged, offering a comprehensive view of the OnePlus 12’s design through stunning 5K renders, allowing us to delve deeper into the phone’s aesthetics and potential innovations. Join us as we embark on an exciting journey to uncover the design secrets and innovations that OnePlus has in store for its dedicated fanbase with the OnePlus 12.

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OnePlus 12 Leaked Renders

MSP, in collaboration with OnLeaks, has recently unveiled 5K renders of the OnePlus 12, providing an in-depth look at the device’s front and rear designs, including a more detailed examination of its camera module.

These renders reveal subtle alterations in the phone’s design when compared to previous leaks. Notably, the camera module design has been revised, now omitting the steel plate that was previously seen just beneath the camera sensors in earlier renders. Additionally, the branding associated with Hasselblad has undergone a transformation, simplifying to just the letter ‘H’ instead of featuring the entire Hasselblad name.

OK #FutureSquad… Back in July, I gave you the very first and early look at the much anticipated #OnePlus12.

Since, it appears #OnePlus tweaked the rear camera configuration and today, I’m back with updated renders which have been made based on pre-production unit pictures.…

— Steve H.McFly (@OnLeaks) September 6, 2023

Other than the mentioned changes, the phone’s overall design remains consistent, featuring a curved display, a punch-hole selfie camera, and a circular camera module. The OnePlus 12, showcased in a black color variant, boasts a sandstone-like finish. The placement of the alert slider and power button remains unchanged, situated on the right side of the device. In essence, the phone maintains a striking resemblance to its predecessor, the OnePlus 11.

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