OnePlus 8 Pro leaks, complete with quad camera and hole punch display

Joanna Estrada
April 15, 2020

The specifications of the OnePlus 8 Pro is not known as of now. This rules out the option of a pop-up camera module as seen in the OnePlus 7 Pro.

It's been just a couple of weeks since the OnePlus 7T and 7T Pro flagship smartphones were launched by the company.

According to 91Mobiles - the site that leaked the images (in collaboration with @OneLeaks) - this display will be 6.65-inches, compared to the 6.5-inch screen that's supposedly going to grace the front of the OnePlus 8.

On the rear, the phone will house a total of four cameras including a vertically-aligned camera unit and a separate ToF sensor.

Nearly a week earlier, we got our first look at the OnePlus 8 via the CAD renders that revealed a hole-punch display on the front with Curved edges & a triple camera setup on the rear.

As per a report on news.mydrivers, OnePlus CEO and co-founder Pete Lau has hinted out in an interview that a dual-mode 5G OnePlus is about to be unveiled by the end of this year. Starting with design technology, pretty much will remain the same.

Other features of OnePlus's 7T include 8GB of RAM, stereo speakers, an in-display fingerprint sensor, and Android 10.

The OnePlus 8 Pro is expected to feature a 6.65-inch display and a 90Hz refresh rate. The renders suggest that the OP8 Pro will be the first smartphone from the company to come with a quad-camera setup on the back.

The phone's back has once again kept the central vertical camera bump which the OnePlus 8 appears to be also getting, but adds on top of that a TOF sensor to the right along with the laser autofocus sensor.

Helping further improve battery life will undoubtedly be Qualcomm's next-generation Snapdragon 865 which is going to offer both efficiency and speed improvements. But, the alleged images of the smartphone, courtesy of CashKaro and leakster OnLeaks, showed a whole new breed of OnePlus smartphone, fresh look with a more powerful version of OxygenOS. If you look at the button layout of the phone, it has a left-side volume button and a power button in the ride panel.

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