OnePlus recently launched a new phone called the OnePlus Ace. The phone, which was launched ahead of the brand’s 28 April launch date for its OnePlus 10R and Nord CE Lite devices in India, is specifically made for the Chinese market and has been described as a Chinese variant of the 10R.
Specs-wise, the OnePlus Ace houses a MediaTek Dimensity 8100 Max SoC, a choice between 8GB and 12GB RAM, and an internal storage capacity of up to 512GB. Keeping the device powered is the 4500mAh battery that also supports 150W SuperVOOC fast-charging, which is a technology borrowed from its sister brand, Oppo.
For its display, the OnePlus Ace is fitted with a 6.7-inch AMOLED display, which is a Full HD+ panel that also supports 120Hz refresh rate.
As for the OnePlus Ace’s main camera, the module is a triple-camera array comprising 50MP f/1.88 main, an 8MP f/2.2 ultra-wide, and a 2MP f/2.4 macro.
Price-wise, the OnePlus Ace will retail from 2499 Yuan (~RM1662) and is expected to go on sale in China from 26 April onwards. On that note, there is still no word if or when OnePlus intends to make the 10R and Nord CE Lite available in Malaysia.