Alleged OnePlus 10R Lite, surfaces with Dimensity 8100 chipset

Peter, 26 April 2022

OnePlus has a second Dimensity 8100 Max mid-ranger in the works after launching the OnePlus Ace. The Ace is about to arrive in India as the 10R, but this one seems like a more affordable alternative.

For starters, it has a smaller 6.59” IPS LCD with 1,080 x 2,412 px resolution. TENAA doesn’t make it clear if this will have a high refresh rate or not. By the way, this sounds like the Nord CE 2 Lite display, however, that one is slated to use a Snapdragon 695 chipset.

This model, the OnePlus PGZ110, will have a larger battery with 4,890 mAh with faster 65W charging compared to the upcoming Nord. With a better chipset and battery, this model should sit above the Nord 2 CE Lite and below the Ace/10R.

OnePlus PGZ110 (10R Lite?) with a 6.59\ OnePlus PGZ110 (10R Lite?) with a 6.59\
OnePlus PGZ110 (10R Lite?) with a 6.59" IPS LCD and 64+8+2 MP cameras

The Chinese regulator also revealed the camera specifications, including a 64 MP main, 8 MP ultra wide and 2 MP helper, plus a 16 MP selfie cam on the front. From the renders you can see the fingerprint reader, which is built into the Power button on the side. Another thing to notice is the lack of an alert slider, something that is becoming more common in OnePlus’ mass market offerings.

The phone will pair the Dimensity 8100 chipset with 8/12 GB of RAM and 128/256 GB storage. It will be available in Blue and Gray (pictured above).

The GPZ110 should arrive soon, though it probably won’t be a part of the OnePlus 10R and Nord 2 CE Lite launch later this week. According to leakster WHYLABS, this phone will be branded as the OnePlus 10R Lite (aka “Youth Edition” in China), but we’re yet to see a confirmation of that.

Fingerprint reader on the side No alert slider
Fingerprint reader on the side • No alert slider

This seems to be related to the Oppo K10 5G from yesterday, though that one had a Dimensity 8000 Max chipset (you can tell them apart by the peak CPU clock speed – 2.85 GHz vs. 2.75 GHz). There is also a vanilla OnePlus 10 on the way with a Dimensity 9000.

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