The Snapdragon-powered OnePlus 12 and OnePlus 12R were released in January. According to reports, the Chinese electronics company is now preparing to release a new smartphone under the codename CPH2613. Although the phone's precise name is currently unclear, some purported renders of it have surfaced online, revealing its appearance and a few key specs. It appears that the enigmatic OnePlus smartphone has a hole-punch display. A fingerprint sensor built into the display is anticipated. It was also present in the Camera FV-5 database.
91Mobiles posted renders of the OnePlus CPH2613 phone, which has not yet been released. The renderings indicate that the forthcoming smartphone will be available in black. The selfie sensor appears to be housed in a hole-punch notch in the center of the display. The phone appears to have an in-display fingerprint scanner based on the renders. Furthermore, the CPH2613's left spine has power buttons and volume rockers. The secondary microphone, IR blaster, and 3.5mm audio jack are situated on the top edge, while the SIM tray, speaker grills, USB Type-C connector, and microphone appear to be located on the bottom edge.
The OnePlus CPH2613 appears to sport a twin camera arrangement on a glossy surface on the rear. The handset's upper left corner houses the camera unit. The OnePlus Nord CE 2 Lite 5G's camera configuration and the future model's somewhat similar rear camera island raise the possibility that the latter is a phone from the Nord series.
OnePlus has not yet announced the creation of a new model bearing the CPH2613 model number. As such, it is advised to treat these details with caution.