A few weeks back, an image of the front view of the upcoming OnePlus 8T smartphone surfaced online. Before the leak of that image, many believed the OnePlus smartphone to be a mere speculation.
Thanks to the new renders, we now know the design and look of the device. The renders surfaced alongside the specs of the device.
OnLeaks has partnered with a popular Indian blog, Pricebaba, to share the leaked renders. The duo states that the renders base on internal schematics alone.
According to the information shared, the OnePlus 8T would arrive with a flat display featuring a top-left aligned punch-hole.
The smartphone’s back panel is curved, has round corners, and is covered with glass.
OnePlus has adopted a new camera design, which looks just like the camera build on the latest Samsung phones. The phone’s back panel sports a rectangular-shaped camera module housing an L-shaped camera arrangement.
The camera module includes four sensors and an LED flash.
Diving into the features of the OnePlus 8T, the phone would arrive with a 6.55-inch panel just like the OnePlus 8. It will still deliver FHD+ resolution, but the screen refresh rate has been increased to 120Hz.
On the inside, the Snapdragon 856 chipset coupled with 8GB or 12GB of RAM, would power the handset. It offers the user with either 128GB or 256GB of storage depending on the variant purchased.
Theon-screen punch-hole houses a 32MP selfie camera for taking pictures and making video calls.
The quad-camera system its back panel consists of a 48MP primary lens, an ultra-wide-angle 16MP lens, a 5MP macro sensor, and a 2MP depth assist camera.
Unlike the 4,300mAh battery in the OnePlus 8, the battery in the OnePlus 8T is slightly bumped to 4,500mAh.
The OnePlus 8T will ship out with the new OxygenOS 11 based on Android 11.
Based on reports, the OnePlus 8T will launch by the end of the month or first week in October. Before then, it is likely the pricing details leak.