OnePlus 8T might be powered by Snapdragon 865 SoC
While we’re feeling just good with OnePlus 8, OnePlus has just tipped to launch the next phone in this series – OnePlus 8T. The maker has set up a dedicated page on its website and officially confirmed the launch of the phone via twitter and Instagram. Though the specific date wasn’t revealed yet, it’s touted to launch in India initially with slightly better specifications than the current flagship.
OnePlus confirms the launch of OnePlus 8T
The Chinese OEM that disrupted the complete budget premium segment is now gearing up to release a new flagship. OnePlus has officially confirmed the inevitable launch of a new add-on to its 8-series, OnePlus 8T. This was announced through their Instagram and Twitter handles, and even set-up a dedicated page to notify users.
OnePlus is also running a campaign to gift accessories or even the upcoming OnePlus 8T handset in a draw, to those who’ve selected to be Notified. Also, the page contained a short video of Robert Downey Jr, OnePlus’ brand ambassador teasing the phone to be fast. While the company haven’t announced the launch date yet, it’s said to be “coming soon”.
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Since it’s teased by OnePlus India primarily, the upcoming phone is expected to be launching in India initially. Previous leaks reveal the phone to have Samsung Galaxy S20-like rear camera module. Also, it’s tipped to bump up the fast charging from 30W to 65W, and have four rear cameras with 120Hz screen refresh rate as OnePlus 8 Pro.
Also, another leak tells the phone to equip an OnePlus 8-like 6.55″ display and a Snapdragon 865 SoC. Though the current advanced processor is Snapdragon’s 865+, it’s still limited to gaming phones like Xiaomi’s Black Shark 3, Nubia Red Magic 3 and Asus ROG 3 only. We shall wait to see if OnePlus bumps up here like them.
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