The OnePlus 10T is positioned as the ultimate performance flagship with excellent imaging capabilities. This time around, the OnePlus 10T doesn’t have a Hasselblad camera. This is because the company wanted to offer the ultimate smartphone performance at the price chosen by the device.
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As for the camera module, the OnePlus 10T packs a triple camera setup at the back with a 50MP Sony IMX766 sensor. Thanks to a large number of megapixels, you can not only crop photos with sharp details but also shoot with the large 1.56-inch sensor with optical (OIS) and electronic image stabilization (EIS).
However, the phone does a great job with photography hardware, backed by a surprising number of computational photography features, and for the first time, the brand brings a new Image Clarity Engine (ICE) feature.
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OxygenOS 12.1 Camera Image Clarity Engine (ICE) Feature
This time OnePlus has introduced a new software feature with the OnePlus 10T – OxygenOS 12.1-based Image Clarity Engine (ICE) feature. This update provides algorithms that allow your device to take photos faster and with more detail.
The OnePlus 10T’s OxygenOS 12.1-based Image Clarity Engine (ICE) feature takes dozens of photos and selects the best for the final image. The improved ICE makes this process even faster than on previous OnePlus devices.
Additionally, the smartphone has excellent HDR performance, which differentiates between shooting with very dark or highly exposed foregrounds and backgrounds, and photos with balanced foreground and background.
But combining the OnePlus HDR 5.0 and Turbo RAW algorithms with the power of the Sony IMX766 sensor, the OnePlus 10T delivers better HDR performance when capturing images from the main rear camera. Naturally, we’re excited to see what we can capture with the OnePlus 10T. Tell us what you want to shoot in the comments below.