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OnePlus 8 Pro alleged live image shows what changes the device is coming with

25 March 2020 0

OnePlus 8 Pro is going to be one of the upcoming phones of this year and if a report that came in February is to be believed, the device may get unveiled at an online-only event just like many others. There are several leaks available that have claimed to reveal the design and the specs of the OnePlus 8 series. Now, the latest leak that has exclusively arrived from PC-Tablet aims to serve you the similar details.

The alleged leak on the OnePlus 8 Pro offers just a glimpse of its design, though clear enough to help you note down the design changes. If the leaked image is true, it is evident that the OnePlus 8 Pro doesn’t have a pop-up selfie camera and rather there is a punch-hole situated on the left corner of the display.

The supposed OnePlus 8 Pro image is no different from what we saw earlier in some previous leaks. There is a curved display and on the back, there are three cameras, where all of them are horizontally aligned and an LED flash resides outside this arrangement. The configurations of these three cameras are unknown but they are expected to form a club of one wide-angle lens, ultra-wide, and telephoto lens, with maybe 3x or even 5x optical zoom as well.

OnePlus 8 Pro is expected to come powered by Snapdragon 865 processor and probably get the UFS 3.1 storage, LPDDR5 RAM, and yes, the confirmed point is, the device is going to have 5G support. OnePlus 8 Pro is going to have a 120Hz refresh rate with a QHD+ display. OnePlus is also slated to come with a 4,500mAH battery cell with support for up to 50W fast-charging.

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OnePlus 8 Pro alleged live image shows what changes the device is coming with
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