OnePlus 8 Pro design revealed in a new leaked photos


The OnePlus 8 Pro leaks again. Several weeks before the launch, Ishan Agarwal, a renowned Indian informant, posted several stolen photos of the smartphone online. We discover a triple vertical rear photo camera sensors similar to that of the OnePlus 7T Pro and a perforated screen. The leak also confirms part of the technical sheet.

According to the leaker, the photos first appeared on Snapchat. For the moment, it is still impossible to trace its exact provenance. However, the images confirm the previous leaks.

As announced, OnePlus has visibly swapped the retractable front camera sensor for a perforated screen. The selfie camera is therefore housed in a cavity in the left corner. The edges are fine and the edges are curved. On the back, the brand would again bet on a triple camera sensor arranged vertically, like OnePlus 7T Pro, punctuated by an LED flash. In short, the images coincide with the renderings unveiled by OnLeaks and the previously leaked photos.

OnePlus 8 Pro: We have a confirmation for part of the technical data

In one of the photos, the screen of the OnePlus 8 Pro displays part of the technical datasheet. Unsurprisingly, it is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 SoC with 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of internal storage. As teased by OnePlus, the smartphone has a 120 Hz screen. According to the leak, it is a 6.5 inch AMOLED panel.

Finally, the leak reveals the technical data of the triple rear camera sensors. The phone would arrive with a main camera sensor of 64MP, a second module of 20MP and a third sensor of 12MP. We tell you more as soon as possible about the OnePlus 8 Pro. Pending more information, do not hesitate to give your opinion in the comments below. What do you think about the upcoming Oneplus high-end phone? do you think it will be successful?

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