It looks like those holding out for the upcoming OnePlus 10 may not have to wait too long at all, according to the latest leaks, which details potential release dates, specs, and designs.
As far as leaks go, we'd always advise taking with a pinch of salt, but we can't help but get excited about the new information about the follow up to the impressive OnePlus 9 Pro.
Here's everything we know so far about the OnePlus 10.
OnePlus 10 Latest News
The renderings show a curved screen, triple rear cameras, and a single 'punch hole' front-facing camera.
But that's not all. In fact, Zouton even goes further to layout in-depth specs for the One Plus 10 Pro itself.
OnePlus 10 Specs
Reportedly, we could be in for something genuinely special here.
First off, it's said to have a 120hz refresh rate/ 20.09 aspect ratio display, which could come in at around 6.7 inches.
It's claimed to be coming with 128 GB to 256 GB options, with a substantial 8GB or 12GB of Ram - more than enough for most people and especially mobile gamers. Who knows, it could even be a contender for one of the best gaming phones too.
There's also what could be an impressive battery, that comes in at 5000 mAh with 125W fast charging. That means that we could see a full charge from zero in roughly 20 minutes.
OnePlus 10 Release Date
When it comes to the release date, 91Mobiles has claimed to have learnt from a leaker, named Yogesh Brar, that we could see the smartphone hit the market as early as January.
The reasoning appears somewhat sound, citing that the OnePlus 10 series may have entered private testing in Europe and China.
That does seem a little early on our side, but we'll have to wait and see.
OnePlus 10 Price
There is currently no official price for the OnePlus 10, but there are some predictions floating around.
The OnePlus 9 series came in at around $729 / £629, with the higher-spec Pro-model coming in at $1,069 / £929.
If we had to through our opinion into the ring, we'd say we're looking at potentially $200 more this time around, but it depends on how much of a change we'll see from the previous iteration.