The OnePlus they always have a unique dynamic and are always discussed in the ranks of mobile technology fanatics. That's why there will be many who want to know more about specs for new flagship brands OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro 5G that leaked a few hours ago …
Well, according to well-informed sources, the OnePlus 8 Pro 5G will be based on the high-end Snapdragon 865 chipset, which we all know offers “aerial performance” in any flagship that has been used. In addition, the Pro model will be available 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, while MicroSD cards will not be supported, as there will be no slot available on the device. However, a more accurate version will offer 12GB of RAM And 256GB of storage. In terms of display, the Pro OnePlus 8 will be screen-based 6.78-inch Fluid AMOLED display that supports 120Hz refresh rate and QHD + (3120x1440p) analysis. In addition, it will feature virtually no bezels, curved edges, and a selfie cam on 16MP in the shape of a hole in the front. Except for the shockingly unexpected, its battery will have a capacity of 4510mAh, while supporting fast charging at 30W and wireless charging with the technology Warp Charge.
In terms of camera setup, here the Chinese company plans to play with one quadruple setup, in which a camera will “coexist” with 48-megapixel and a second sensor at 48MP (ultra-wide angle lens), a camera on 8MP that will act as telephoto lens, but one more camera sensor (5MP), which has yet to clarify what it will offer.
As for its simple version OnePlus 8 there will be some noticeable differences, which will justify the lower cost. For example, the display has shrunk to 6.55 inches, Full HD + resolution and 90Hz refresh time. And in the camera setup there is a downgrade to the camera sensor resolution (Ultra-Wide will be at 48MP instead of 16), while will not include telephoto lens. Finally, in the standard version the battery will be smaller (4300mAh) without supporting reverse wireless charging, while RAM will be slower (LPDDR4X instead of LPDDR5 that will have the Pro model). Undoubtedly, judging by the above, the OnePlus 8 (either in its pro or its simple version) will be a little beast!