Oneplus 8T Renders Leak, Showing new placement for the rear Cameras

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Oneplus 8T. According to the specifications we received from OnLeaks, the OnePlus 8T 6.55-inch display has full HD + resolution and a 120Hz upgrade rate. It is an upgrade over the OnePlus 8, which has a 90 Hz display. From the renders, you can see that the display is flat and has a punch-hole cutout in the top-left corner.

According to OneLeaks, the phone will be powered by Snapdragon 865 processor. This seems a bit different considering that OnePlus usually chooses ‘plus’ versions of Snapdragon 8X chipsets for its D-Series devices. An earlier report from Android Central stated that the OnePlus 8T will feature the Snapdragon 865+ processor, so it remains to be seen which phone will end up. As for the RAM / storage types, there are two that we can now confirm as 8GB + 128GB and 12GB + 256GB.

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The curved rear panel has a redesigned rectangular camera module in the upper left corner, with four sensors mounted in an L-shaped configuration. The LED is located within the flash module. The cameras will have a 48MP primary shooter, 16MP ultra-wide lens, 5MP macro, and 2MP portrait sensors. Compared to the 16MP cameras on both the OnePlus 8 and 8Pro, the front camera has a 32MP sensor.

The battery will be a beef 4,500mAh unit, but the actual upgrade will come in the form of a 65W warp charge. OnePlus has been stuck with 30W fast charging on all its phones for the past few years, while brands like RealMe and OPPO are switching to faster-charging standards. The phone runs out of the OxygenOS 11 box, which is based on Android 11.

As for the ports and buttons, the power button and the alarm slider are in their usual place on the left spine, while the volume rocker is on the right. At the bottom edge is a removable SIM card tray, USB Type-C port, and speaker grille, while a noise-canceling mic is seen above.

Android Central may launch OnePlus 8D in late September or the first week of October, as previously reported. The phone is already BIS (Bureau of Indian Bureau) certification, which means it is in the output corner. We have no information on pricing, but can be expected to cost more than the OnePlus 8 when explored by the spec updates, which currently starts at Rs 44,999 in India.

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