It’s true! OnePlus 8 series smartphones are going to be the most beautiful ever made smartphones by a Chinese company. According to OnePlus CEO Pete Lau, the company is all set to excite the fans with the upcoming series in 2020, including OnePlus 8, OnePlus 8 Pro, and OnePlus 8 Lite. All these variants shall continue the legacy of the
OnePlus 7 and respective T versions. And considering the company’s half-year schedule, it shouldn’t be a surprise if we see the OnePlus 8 series smartphone soon. Here is everything you need to know about the OnePlus 8 design, features, specs, and more.
So far, we have seen plenty of rumors concerning the design. If information is to be accurate, then the Chinese company may follow the same footsteps as the OnePlus 7 Pro. Another rumor hint for the use of a cut-out selfie camera as in the Samsung Galaxy S10. While the standard variant gets a single selfie camera cut-out, the Pro model has a dual-camera module. Apart from the design, the upcoming OnePlus device is strikingly similar to that of OnePlus 7T Pro. Unlike the OnePlus 7T circular camera, OnePlus smartphone gets a vertical camera module. With minimal bezels around the display, the screen should look large enough. While the OnePlus 7 pro, the eye-catchy feature is 90Hz display refresh rate, rumors point for the higher display refresh rate of 120Hz in the OnePlus 8 Dubai.
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The OnePlus 7 and 7T uses a teardrop notch, the 7 Pro and 7T models have a pop-up selfie camera module. Now, the successor is likely to adopt punch out in the screen with space for the single lens. With the inclusion of an additional sensor on the rear camera, the Chinese company is trying to keep up the optical pressure. It will continue the same three-lens system along with the other ToF sensor to add in 3D sensing capability and AR features. With the Qualcomm SD 855 chipset, expect nothing less than flagship smartphones. Considering the size, it gets larger than 4000mAh battery, thus making it capable enough to render massive battery life. Expect the OnePlus 7 successor to have a 5G support, whether it is a standard edition or a Pro version is unsure.
Interestingly! The reports suggest the availability of wireless charging with OnePlus 8 in UAE. That’s been one of the missing perks in OnePlus flagships. That’s been one of the perks missing from the OnePlus smartphones compared to pricier flagships. As for the software, the OnePlus 7T series smartphones are in with Android 10 straight out of the box. So, we expect the same with the upcoming models. We also hope the upcoming flagship to get a quick Android 11 update when it arrives in 2020.
Given the release pattern of the OnePlus smartphones, we can expect the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro release date to happen in late spring. It is very likely to release at least two new phones or three. And considering the pricing patterns, the OnePlus 8 price in Dubai will not cost less than AED 1,949. Likewise, the Pro variant might cost around AED 2,699. Not to forget, there is even a OnePlus 8 Lite, which could be the affordable variant.
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