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OnePlus 8 & OnePlus 8 Pro Press render & Full specification revealed!

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OnePlus is rumoured to launch to its OnePlus 8 series i.e. OnePlus 8, OnePlus 8 Pro in mid-April and has been in numbers of leaks. We have already seen the CAD renders of the OnePlus 8 series. Now the Press-render and the full specifications of the OnePlus 8 series have been revealed.

OnePlus 8 series Design.

Talking about the design, the OnePlus 8 has a punch-hole display and there’s a single front camera at the top left corner of the panel almost no bezels all around with minimal chin at the bottom. The fingerprint sensor is present under the panel, volume rockers on the right, power button, alert slider on the right. USB Type-C, speaker grill at the bottom & of course there’s no 3.5mm audio jack!

On the rear, there’s a pill-shaped camera module vertically placed in the centre which consists of triple rear camera setup at the back LED flash just below it & the rear panel is made up of glass just like its predecessor.

The Press Render of the OnePlus 8 Pro confirms the CAD renders that leaked last year. Anyway, the flagship looks exactly the same from the front, punch-hole display, single selfie camera, under-screen fingerprint scanner & minimal chin at the bottom, the difference is in the rear as there’s an additional sensor at the back, so there’s a quad rear camera setup which is vertically placed in a pill-shaped camera module.

OnePlus 8 & OnPlus 8 Pro Specifications.

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OnePlus 8 features a 6.55-inch FullHD+ Super AMOLED panel with 90Hz refresh rate display and powering the device is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 5G with Adreno 650 coupled with 8GB LPDDR4X RAM & 128/256GB UFS 3.0 storage, there’s no MicroSD card support. Runs on OxygenOS based on Android 10 and the handset will be available in three colour options – Glow, Black and Blue.

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On the rear, there’s a triple rear camera setup at the back, consisting of a 48MP primary camera which probably a Sony sensor, a secondary 16MP (ultra- wide-angle) probably and lastly, a 2MP sensor which could be Marco or a depth sensor. On the front, it has the same 16MP front camera that OnePlus 7 had.

The device has a 4300mAh battery, that’s a 600mAh more battery than its predecessor which is a good thing as the handset has an 90Hz AMOLED panel. Moreover, it has 30W compared to 20W from last year.

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Now the OnePlus 8 Pro, this is the flagship device in its true sense from the company. It features a 6.78-inch QHD+ Super AMOLED panel with 120Hz refresh rate. Under the hood, there’s Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 with Adreno 650 coupled with 8/12GB LPDDR5 RAM & 128/256GB UFS 3.0 storage and of course no MicroSD card expansion slot. Runs on OxygenOS based on Android 10 and the handset will be available in three colour options – Blue, Black & Green.

The device has a quad rear camera setup at the back with a primary 48MP Sony sensor (OIS), a secondary 48MP lens, a third 8MP lens (telephoto) and a 2MP lens (Time of flight). Well, the camera setup of OnePlus 8 Pro is kind of similar to that OPPO Find X2 Pro, which has two 48MP sensors as well, presuming that the two 48MP lenses are same on the phones so the secondary lens is the ultra-wide-angle Sony sensor.

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The handset has a 4510mAh battery, that’s 510mAh more battery than its predecessor, which is good since it has 120Hz with support for 30W fast charge although earlier rumour suggested it will have a 50W. Moreover, there’s 30W wireless fast charging & 3W reserve wireless charging and the device has an IP68 rating. So Yes OnePlus has finally given Wireless charging & IP68 which the user wanted from so long!

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