It’s no secret that Oneplus has been preparing the new OnePlus 8 series for some time. True, there may be more than usual this year. Rumors have circulated about the Lite model for some time, but today new information has come out about the powerful OnePlus 8 Pro.
As the photo shows which appeared in the pages of RootMyGalaxy, the back design of OnePlus 8 Pro is in part very similar to the models released last year. Triple camera with manufacturer logo underneath. The main difference is the additional depth sensor on the left. It is also interesting that the latest information reveals the new OnePlus flagship color, but whether or not it will actually be commercially available is still unknown.
Looking at the specifications of the smartphone, there is no doubt that the OnePlus 8 Pro will run on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor and will have the Android 10 operating system installed. It is not yet known how much memory this flagship will have, but the main model is likely to have 8GB of RAM and optionally 128GB or 256GB of internal memory.
Previously, information that the OnePlus 8 Pro may have a 6.65-inch diagonal screen. The OnePlus 8 is expected to have a 6.5 diagonal. As the photo shows, the 8 Pro model will probably have a smaller screen as well. Initially, a 90 Hz refresh rate was announced, but now there are reports of 120 Hz. The newly released information from the company seems to confirm the high refresh rate.
OnePlus 8 Pro is likely to have a 4500mAh battery with 50W of fast charging. Of course, this has not yet been officially confirmed, but it is realistic nonetheless. OnePlus-owned BBK Electronics had already offered such a fast charge on the Oppo Find X Lamborghini, and more recently the Realme X2 Pro. So, the 50W fast charging option on the new OnePlus phones is not only a very realistic option but also the most likely option.
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