As is customary for OnePlus, the OnePlus 12 will first launch in China before making its way to other markets. This implies that OnePlus will reveal some of the device’s essential specifications before making an official announcement.
In addition to the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 that we already know is on the way, OnePlus has provided some fresh information on the OnePlus 12 in a number of posts on Weibo.
That begins with 24GB of RAM, which appears to be the maximum amount that the new gadget can have. Base models will undoubtedly come with less RAM; the OnePlus 11 provided 8GB or 16GB; nonetheless, this is an improvement for top-end models.
Additionally, OnePlus states that the OnePlus 12 will come with a larger battery—which now has a capacity of 5,400 mAh—and 100W wired charging. In contrast, the OnePlus 11 boasted a 5,000 mAh battery, and the company is still promoting its signal enhancements.
The OnePlus 12 will once again support wireless charging, and the company has also stated that it will bring back the 50W wireless charging that it debuted on the OnePlus 8 Pro in 2020—complete with the same charger. This teaser was also published by OnePlus on Twitter/X, however as the tweet is extremely obtrusively styled with 50 different lines of “Watt,” we won’t embed it.
OnePlus solely highlights the 50W wireless charging and the “4th-Gen Hasselblad Camera for Mobile” with its 3x periscope telephoto camera on a teaser page for the US market.
Tomorrow, December 5, is the OnePlus 12’s official debut date in China. At that time, we’ll receive a comprehensive specifications breakdown.
See also: OnePlus confirms important specifications for the OnePlus 12.
Real-world images and display details for the OnePlus 12 are leaked
OnePlus 12 unveiled; periscope camera, Alert Slider repositioned, late January worldwide release