OnePlus 8 series official design leaks – uses a punch-hole camera

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With the OnePlus 7 series already in the market, reports on OnePlus 8 series are now hitting the web. As per a new report from TrueTech, a recent inside PDF file (from an anonymous OnePlus official) reveals interesting details about this smartphone. For starters, it shows that the OnePlus 8 Pro will come with a quad-rear camera setup. It will also use a dual punch-hole camera design.

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Looking at the PDF file, the OnePlus 8 Pro will abandon the pop-up camera design. Instead, it will use the punch-hole solution. However, while the OnePlus 8 will use a single front camera, the Pro model will use a dual front camera setup.

In terms of design, OnePlus 8/Pro will further reduce the front bezel – both the top and the chin. The antenna is also transferred from the sides fuselage to the top and bottom fuselage. It is not clear whether this will affect the signal performance of the mobile phone. The major impact is on the overall body design which is narrower (the frame) and longer than the OnePlus 7 series.

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In terms of the body buttons, the OnePlus 8/Pro keys are consistent, on the right side of the fuselage is the volume button, the left side has the power button. For the rear camera, the OnePlus 8 Pro has four rear cameras. There is a ToF sensor and a dual-LED flash.

OnePlus 8 Pro may use a 120Hz display

One of the most favorite features in the high-end flagship smartphones of the moment is the 90 Hz screen. The 90 Hz refresh rate came as a breath of fresh air to the high range and in 2020 we expect it to be standardized for all companies. The 90 Hz screen is more than confirmed for these devices for the OnePlus 8 series giving that the OP 7 series uses this display. However, there are speculations that the OP8 series might extend it to 120Hz.

While we can not confirm the authenticity of this report, the PDF happens to use the Official OnePlus Slate typeface. Click here to access the PDF file.

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  1. Cavan Xie
    November 20, 2019

    Ur late to this by weeks

    • TopNegro
      November 20, 2019

      Where do you get your information from? Because I’ve not seen these anywhere for the past weeks

      Gsmarena got this 7 hours ago
      PhoneArena 2 hours ago
      The original source got it yesterday

      So what da heck are you saying??

    • David Partee
      November 21, 2019

      I think he’s talking about the other rumors etc. Not this specific leak.

  2. Kyle Ruggles
    November 20, 2019

    So they’re downgrading. Got it.

    • Guest
      November 20, 2019

      Unfortunately, yes. 😥

  3. Cruci85
    November 20, 2019

    What a fucking joke. Go back in fucking technology that’s cool

  4. Marco Chavanne
    November 21, 2019

    Fuck. This is a mistake OnePlus. We aren’t the Samsung Crowd. We love OnePlus for shaking things up and innovation as well as delivering an excellent value. Recycling someone else’s design feels really lazy and will not sell well. It will however push a lot of people to buy the 7t or 7T Pro instead. Maybe they are playing 4D chess?

  5. Sal Tafoya
    November 21, 2019

    Whyyyyy! I refuse to get a phone with a punch hole…

  6. Andreas H.
    November 21, 2019

    great so all I wanted on top of the old phone was wireless charging and maybe a better camera. Now they are adding stuff I don’t want.

  7. David Partee
    November 21, 2019

    They better be hitting us with some under-display tech cuz to have a straight punch hole makes no sense. I wasn’t planning on upgrading anyways. I love my 7pro. The pop-up works great and I love having a full screen phone.

  8. Sam Trương
    November 22, 2019

    Yes, this does seem like a downgrade. But they’re probably doing this to ensure that their phone can take a long dunk in the water, instead of using a hard to replace camera motor, which has a higher chance to get water inside.