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OnePlus 8 Pro listing on a certification site reveals dual mode 5G support

30 December 2019 0

A new OnePlus smartphone with model number IN2010 has been spotted on the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) website in China. With no direct mentioning of the name on the website, we proceed with the belief that this is the upcoming OnePlus 8 Pro device.

The listing confirms an absolutely main feature of the device and it is the dual-mode 5G connectivity with support for a range of frequency bands. The listing spotted by the tipster Sudhanshu Ambhore shows the device would support several frequency bands, including n1, n41, n78, and n79.


Note that the OnePlus 7T Pro 5G was made exclusive to T-Mobile but the OnePlus 8 Pro may become widely available. In one of his replies, the tipster tweets that the trio – OnePlus 8, OnePlus 8 Pro, and OnePlus 8 Lite could launch together and they will be unveiled by February or March.

OnePlus 8 series has been into rumors for quite a while now, with leaks suggesting the Pro model sport 120Hz Fluid Display for even faster and smoother navigation. Back in October, some early renders suggested the OnePlus 8 Pro is going to have quad rear cameras, where the fourth camera could be the 3D ToF camera for depth sensing. Rumors have suggested the OnePlus 8 Pro could come powered by Snapdragon 865 processor.

While we wait for the OnePlus 8 series to launch in March, OnePlus has meanwhile something to delight us all which it will unveil at CES 2019 event. So wait for it!

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