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OnePlus 8 Pro specs and design revealed in the latest leak

10 February 2020 0

OnePlus is widely rumored to be working on releasing its newest Android flagship way earlier than the usual schedule. The launch is expected to happen within the next four weeks or so and now, a new leak has surfaced that claims to reveal OnePlus 8 Pro specifications and product design. The leak has been shared by online publication RootMyGalaxy in collaboration with a tipster The Droid Leaks (@thedroidleaks).

Starting with the render, the OnePlus 8 Pro is shown with a punch-hole and completely bezel-less display panel. The back panel features a triple rear camera setup placed within a vertical stripe in the center. It has the OnePlus logo on the back but no fingerprint scanner suggesting that the phone will have an in-display fingerprint scanner.


The OnePlus 8 Pro is rumored to sport a 6.5-inch AMOLED display with no words on the display resolution. It is also said to offer a 120Hz refresh rate as claimed by previous leaks. The choice of processor is claimed to be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 and paired with 8GB of RAM. The onboard storage options are said to include 128GB and 256GB. It is reported to have a 4,500mAh battery with support for 50W fast charging and pre-installed software is Android 10.

The source further mentions that there is a possibility that OnePlus may even release a 12GB RAM variant. It could be released under the McLaren partnership like many of the previous smartphones from the company. This is what is revealed by the latest leak but we will suggest you keep these take with a pinch of salt.


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