In response to stories, OnePlus 8T launches in October with 120 Hz OLED, Snapdragon 865+

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As a OnePlus, what are you doing to observe the superior OnePlus Eight Professional that was launched earlier this 12 months? If the most recent rumors from Android Central are to be believed, the reply appears to be “not a lot”. The web site has specs for the upcoming OnePlus 8T, and you will have to look fastidiously to see a distinction between the OnePlus Eight Professional and the OnePlus Eight Professional.

Android Central lists the OnePlus 8T with a 120 Hz OLED panel, Eight GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. The web site says the rear can have 4 cameras, a 48MP principal digicam, 16MP large angle, 5MP macro, and a 2MP depth lens. These are imagined to be the OnePlus 8T specs, however all of them describe the present OnePlus Eight Professional as properly. The one actual variations within the new mannequin are the display dimension, which is barely smaller than the 6.78-inch 8-Professional at 6.55 inches, the marginally improved SoC Snapdragon 865+, and a greater 48-megapixel sensor than that cheaper OnePlus 8 (that had a worse sensor than the OnePlus Eight Professional).

The entrance design additionally seems just about equivalent to the OnePlus Eight Professional. OnePlus has included a “oneplus_8t” picture within the firm’s newest model of the corporate’s Android 11 beta. It seems identical to the Eight Professional, with skinny bezels and a single pinhole digicam within the higher left. Smartphones all look the identical lately, however different choices would have been a twin entrance digicam setup within the OnePlus Nord or a flowery new under-display digicam.

Most firms launch their telephones on a strict annual schedule, so you possibly can in all probability anticipate the 8T to be launched a 12 months after the 7T. Android Central says: “OnePlus plans to launch the OnePlus 8T by the tip of the month or within the first week of October.”


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