OnePlus prepares for releasing its upcoming flagship handset. OnePlus 8 will arrive next month. There are leaks and other rumors that indicate what features to expect. But, a recent report offers some live images proving One Plus 8 Pro might come with some of the most excellent specs. For example, a punch-hole camera module was spotted, the entire design of the device, and a lot more.
OnePlus 8 Pro Leaked Specs and Other Details
OnePlus 8 Pro was unveiled in all its glory recently, and its features promise high performance. The leaked images are hinting at a punch-hole camera setup, the smartphone’s design, but more significantly, the triple back camera module placed vertically. At the front, the device sports a punch-hole camera for selfies.
The reports indicate that the back panel of the OnePlus 8 Pro resembles a lot the OnePlus 7T Pro’s concept. The side bezels at the front, for example, appear to be similar to those of OnePlus 7T Pro. The chin on the bottom looks slimmer, hinting at no notch at all, showing an edge-to-edge display design. The pop-up selfie camera seems to be missing. Such a change can be seen at Oppo Find X2 series, too.
More About OnePlus 8 Pro
Under the hood, OnePlus 8 Pro might arrive with Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC with 128GB onboard, according to the AI benchmark platform. The reports indicate that the handset succeeded in getting 33,480 points on the AI test. It also scored the 22nd position on the database.
Reports about camera specs hint at a quad-camera module with 64MP main sensor, 2MP depth sensor, 16MP sensor, LED flash, and ToF lens. OnePlus 8 Pro might sport a 6.5-inch AMOLED display with a 210Hz refresh rate. Other reports don’t include any information about the launch date or the price. OnePlus 8 Pro should be released soon.
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