The launch date for the OnePlus Ace Racing Edition has been announced. The new OnePlus smartphone will first appear on May 17.
The OnePlus Ace Racing Edition will come with different details and design compared to the OnePlus Ace, coming to India as the OnePlus 10R.
The company took over from Weibo to mock the design and other important details of the OnePlus Ace Racing Edition. The pictures show that the OnePlus Ace Racing Edition is similar to the OnePlus 10 Pro camera module in terms of design.
While the design of the camera module is the same, the Racing Edition will come with a 64MP main camera sensor. It will be compatible with 8MP ultrawide camera and 2MP monochrome camera.
The phone will be presented in two colors – Black and Blue. Previously, there would be a 6.59 inch IPS LCD. The screen will have a full HD + resolution of 1080 x 2412 pixels.
The phone will also support 120Hz resolution. It will come with a hole-punch cut in the upper left corner of the front camera.
Under the hood, the OnePlus Ace Racing Edition will draw power from the MediaTek Dimension 8100-MAX SoC. The same SoC is packed inside the OnePlus 10R.
While the premium OnePlus Ace gets support for up to 150W fast charging, the Racing Edition will come out with 65W faster charging out of the box.
The phone will pack a 4890 mAh battery. We can expect OnePlus to launch the Racing Edition variant of up to 12GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage.
The phone will have a polycarbonate construction and is expected to have an estimated value of CNY 2000 (approximately Rs 22,700). There is no word that the Ace Racing Edition will be launched outside of China yet.
OnePlus may launch the device in India in the coming days. However, it will be interesting to see what the company calls the Ace Racing Edition when it launches in India.
The Nord 2T is expected to be launched on May 19 and will cost around Rs 30,000. The OnePlus 10R, on the other hand, starts at Rs 38,999.
Therefore, we can expect the Ace Racing Edition to have an estimated value of Rs 35,000 in India as long as the company launches a call here.