A few days ago, the quad-camera design of the OnePlus 8T was already seen in a case leak, now a short teaser of the upcoming smartphone has appeared on the official company’s YouTube channel. It confirms the style of the device, which has already appeared in previous leaks.
As we can see, OnePlus 8T will differ in design from OnePlus 8 in a few important details. First of all, the main camera module will change place. Instead of being positioned centrally between one edge of the back of the case and the other, it will settle into an island closer to one of the corners.
The screen surface does not seem to overlap the sides of the device at all, as it does in the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro. In this respect, it resembles the Nord model more than the last flagships. The layout of the buttons will be unchanged in relation to the eighth notes, as well as the location of the front camera – we can find it in the opening of the display, on its left side.
There are already some leaks on the network regarding the OnePlus 8T specifications. According to them, the smartphone is to receive a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor and a 120 Hz screen. The main camera will gain lenses with matrices: 48MP + 8MP + 5MP and the fourth, with a still unknown resolution. The front camera should offer photos in 32MP.
The basic version will have 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal memory, while the whole is powered by a 4500mAh battery with 65W fast charging. After taking it out of the box, we see the Android 11 start screen with the Oxygen OS 11 overlay.
The premiere of OnePlus 8T is to take place on October 14. It is speculated that the price may even reach EUR 900 (about $1060), but we will have to wait another week for this information. Brand fans are counting on the fact that OnePlus marketers have not yet fallen on their heads and that the price estimates will not be confirmed.
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