OnePlus 13 Camera Leaks: Upgraded Camera Setup Revealed

OnePlus 13 Camera Leaks: Upgraded Camera Setup Revealed

It seems we are receiving daily updates about the forthcoming OnePlus 13. Just yesterday, it was disclosed that the phone will sport a 2K 8T LTPO display. Today, tipster Digital Chat Station has unveiled specifics about its camera configuration.

Camera Details

According to the source, the OnePlus 13 will feature a triple-camera array, each boasting a 50-megapixel sensor. This includes a primary sensor, an ultrawide lens, and a telephoto lens.

This arrangement marks a departure from the OnePlus 12, which has a 50MP main lens, a 48MP ultrawide lens, and a 64MP periscope telephoto lens.

Telephoto Lens and Other Upgrades

The informant also noted that the OnePlus 13’s telephoto lens will offer 3x optical zoom, much like the OnePlus 12, but referred to it as "upgraded." This could potentially imply a larger sensor or other enhancements in the camera hardware. Hasselblad will continue to provide its optimization for the device.

Moreover, earlier reports indicate that the OnePlus 13 will be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 processor. The battery is also anticipated to receive an upgrade.

Battery and Charging

Rumors suggest that the new OnePlus flagship will be equipped with a 6000mAh battery, an increase from the 5400mAh capacity found in the OnePlus 12. This should result in longer usage times between charges. The phone is expected to support 100W wired charging but might lack wireless charging support.

OnePlus reintroduced wireless charging with the OnePlus 12 after skipping it on the OnePlus 11. However, it appears that the company might exclude this feature once more with the OnePlus 13.

Launch and Chipset

The OnePlus 13 will undoubtedly be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 chipset, which is slated to debut in October this year. Although the Xiaomi 15 and 15 Pro are anticipated to be the first phones to feature the 8 Gen 4, the OnePlus 13 is also expected to launch in the same month, making it one of the first devices to incorporate the new chip.

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