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OnePlus Ace Pro will feature an industry-first eight-channel VC


OnePlus Ace Pro will be launching in China on the 3rd of August in China. It will be officially debuting as the OnePlus 10T globally. Despite its many monikers, the upcoming flagship device will feature the exact same specs and the brand has also been revealing key details of the smartphone on its official site leading up to the official launch.

Here’s what to expect from the OnePlus Ace Pro:

The Ace Pro will be debuting as the first smartphone in the market to have an eight-channel vapor chamber. The heat sink adopts an eight-channel full-through design and the area of VC is as high as 5177mm. It makes the heat diffusion rate faster and more effective which allows for uniformity in achieving twice the thermal conductivity of an ordinary vapor chamber. Heating issues will be eliminated during those long intense gaming sessions.

OnePlus Ace Pro

Apart from this, OnePlus Ace Pro will keep the same design as the 10 Pro. It will pack the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen1 chip and will offer up to 16GB LPDDR5 RAM with a 120Hz display and a triple camera setup on the rear comprising 50MP+8MP+2MP sensors.

The Ace Pro has a 4,800mAh battery with support for 150W charging, it comes in multiple RAM and storage configurations, and the smartphone will run on Android 12 OS by default.

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