After Pete Lau, CEO of OnePlus, announced in January that the next smartphone from the Chinese manufacturer will have a display with a fluidity at 120 Hz, rumors emerge that reveal the aspect of the equipment. Apparently, the OnePlus 8 Pro can be launched on April 15 this year, accompanied by a base model.
According to the website iGeeksblog, in partnership with the On Leaks platform, the OnePlus 8 Pro has a 6.78 inch AMOLED infinite display and a rear camera configuration with four sensors. Highlighted is a 48 MP, with an ultra-wide-angle lens, two other 8MP and 5MP, as well as a sensor whose specifications are yet to be revealed.
As far as selfies are concerned, rumors point to a 16 MP sensor. The images obtained reveal that the manufacturer did not include the OnePlus 7 pop-up selfies sensor, having chosen to keep it on the screen with a hole-punch.
Inside the OnePlus 8 Pro, there may be a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor, which suggests that the smartphone will support fifth generation mobile networks. The equipment can also arrive with two configurations: one with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage and the other with 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of memory. Rumors indicate that the Pro model will have a 4,510 mAh battery.
In addition to information obtained by iGeeksblog, there are rumors of Ishan Agarwal, one of the figures in the world of smartphone leaks. The base model OnePlus 8 can have a 6.5 "inch FHD + display, three rear cameras and also a SOC Snapdragon 865 5G.
It is recalled that Pete Lau had already revealed that the manufacturer's next smartphone would have a screen capable of supporting up to one billion color shadows, something appealing to designers, photographers and content creators. Peter Lau indicated that it would even have a capacity 64 times higher than the main smartphones, offering users "more complete and natural" color gradients.
At the beginning of 2020, One Plus introduced the prototype of the smartphone with "invisible camera" and "color-shifting glass technology" to the world in the 2020 edition of CES. The camera is invisible due to an alternation of the color of the electrochromic glass, from colored to opaque, allowing the equipment to hide the lenses of the smartphone without using any physical mechanism.