Not that there was ever a serious doubt, the T-Series sequel to the OnePlus 8 Duo released earlier this year, and the 7T and 7T Pro 2019 re-released in June, revealing many major leaks you need to know about are the company’s next flagship in recent weeks.
Before adding a back cover to the equation, one of the leading leaks in the mobile tech world, the company revealed the front end of the upcoming OnePlus 8T5G, accidentally revealing evidence after accidentally revealing that there was a Pro model in the pipeline. Such as.
With any phone today, it’s hard to fathom how much work goes into the smallest of details. Take Nord’s screen wake speed for example. We had four teams do 10 back-to-back optimizations for 1 month straight — all so you can enjoy a smooth experience in less than a second. pic.twitter.com/IjC2zUppUf
— OnePlus (@oneplus) September 20, 2020
OnePlus is known for playing publicly from unreleased devices, so it should come as no big surprise that over the weekend the brand tweeted the full name of its next-generation Android phone. Perhaps the most surprising thing is that this happened on the OnePlus India account, rather than on the company’s main global handle, which does not mean … or that the OnePlus 8T5G was released (or at least announced) before it was released elsewhere.
Keep in mind that India is the single largest market for Chinese brands, so local specialization for a few days or more is quite possible. That being said, we have no doubt that the OnePlus 8T5G will be selling statewide over the holidays, and we have every reason to expect official availability at one or two of the nation’s leading wireless service providers.
— OnePlus (@oneplus) September 19, 2020
Unfortunately, we know that the OnePlus 8T5G is coming to India soon, but unfortunately, Ana has officially confirmed that everything else is too late. The Snapdragon 865 SoC is tipped to pack 12GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage, more than the 865+.
Powered by a 4,500 mAh battery, the phone supports fast 65W warp charge technology and the 6.55-inch screen size is likely to outperform the “standard” OnePlus 8 while upgrading to the larger 8 Pro variant’s 120 Hz upgrade capabilities.
You will find a completely redesigned camera module with a total of four imaging sensors, including a 48MP primary shooter, 16MP ultra-wide-angle lens, 5MP macro, and 2MP depth cam. At the moment, there is nothing clear to report on the OnePlus 8T Pro specification ground, so it is not clear if that particular device actually exists.
Last but not least, October 14 is still a far-fetched start date, with no word yet on the price, whether it is in India or any other market around the world.