OnePlus is scheduled to launch its usual late-year flagship phone refresh, the 8T, on October 14, 2020. However, tipsters claim to have found out how many rear cameras the phone will have, as well as the function of each sensor. Furthermore, there are now rumors that it may be slightly shorter than the 8 Pro, yet still have the same depth.
OnePlus 8T specifications have been leaked online just days after its alleged render surfaced in the latest Android 11 Developer Preview for the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro. The new OnePlus phone, that is speculated to be in the works with a codename Kebab, may carry a 120Hz display.
The new image was found inside Android 11 Developer Preview 4 and it shows the front portion of the upcoming OnePlus 8T. However, it could well just be a placeholder image used by OnePlus to test things ahead of launch. OnePlus traditionally launches its new phones in the fall, and the OnePlus 8T should see a launch in same timeframe as well, unless the COVID-19 crisis has caused production and supply issues.
OnePlus 8T or OnePlus 8T Pro may have shown up on Geekbench benchmarking website. The Chinese company has a tradition of releasing ‘T versions’ of its flagships in about 6 months and has been doing so since the OnePlus 3.
OnePlus has regained its top rank in the premium smartphone segment in India during the second quarter of this year, according to an analysis by Counterpoint Research. Samsung followed closely in second, and Apple earned the third spot. The Chinese manufacturer’s impressive performance was boosted by the launch of its latest flagship model, the 5G-enabled OnePlus 8, which became the most-selling phone in the country in the past quarter.
OnePlus 8T may come with a 64-megapixel camera, a teardown of the OnePlus Camera app suggests. According to a new report, a string of code in the latest update for the OnePlus Camera app, version 5.4.23, hints at a 64-megapixel sensor.
OnePlus 65W Super Warp Charge is reported to be in the works. The latest fast charging technology was spotted in the latest version of the Engineering Mode app from the Android 11 beta for the OnePlus 8 series.