The OnePlus 10T will sport a triple camera arrangement consisting of a primary 50 MP Sony IMX766 sensor with Optical (OIS) and Electronic (EIS) image stabilisation, an ultra-wide camera with a 119.9° field of view, and a macro camera that allows us to zoom out and zoom in. The manufacturer has not divulged the resolution of the macro lens.
The Sony IMX766 sensor in the OnePlus 10T is a large 1/1.56-inch sensor that has already been utilised in various OnePlus handsets, notably the Nord 2T 5G. It will also have 10-bit colour picture capture, which the manufacturer says can capture 64 times more colour than 8-bit colour devices.
The OnePlus 10T is compatible with OnePlus' new Image Clarity Engine (ICE), which incorporates an updated algorithm that allows the device to take photos faster and with greater detail. Furthermore, the phone captures tens of photographs before selecting the finest one as the final image. Because the upgraded ICE is considerably quicker than prior OnePlus smartphones, you can take more moments without missing any.
The main rear camera on the OnePlus 10T takes stronger HDR images by utilising the company's HDR 5.0 and TurboRAW technologies, as well as the strength of the Sony IMX766 sensor.
Finally, OnePlus emphasised how the OnePlus 10T's 50 MP Sony IMX766 sensor with OIS and its proprietary Nightscape technology work together to produce brighter, clearer, and more detailed nighttime photographs.