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The OnePlus 12 is a flagship phone with high-end specifications, an impressive display, an advanced camera system, fast charging, and more. Check out its pros and cons.
The OnePlus 12 boasts top-tier hardware, including a powerful Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor, generous RAM options (up to 24GB), and UFS 4.0 storage (up to 1TB).
The 6.82-inch Quad HD+ curved AMOLED display with high brightness levels and Gorilla Glass Victus 2 protection promises a visually immersive experience.
Features main 50MP sensor, 48MP Ultra-Wide Camera, and a 64MP periscope telephoto lens with 3x optical zoom. The Hasselblad Camera system enhances imaging capabilities.
The 100W SuperVOOC fast charging capability and 50W wireless flash charging, along with wireless reverse charging, with battery management chip add to its appeal.
With an IP65 dustproof and waterproof rating, the OnePlus 12 is designed to withstand dust and water exposure to a certain extent.
The phone incorporates advanced audio technologies, including Dolby Atmos and holographic audio, along with a vibration motor for enhanced user experiences.
Comes with use of ceramic glass technology, emerald green glass, and matte finish with silk glass craftsmanship provides users with premium design choices.
The integration of new features, such as the Alert Slider solution, might require users to adapt to changes in device interaction.
Although the display offers impressive peak brightness, extremely high levels might be unnecessary for regular usage and could impact battery life.
While it has an IP65 rating for dust and water resistance, some competing devices offer higher IP ratings for greater protection.
The initial availability is in China, with global and India prices to be revealed later. Availability might be limited in certain regions.
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