OnePlus 8 Pro Prototype Leaked with Dual Punch Hole Display

OnePlus 8 Pro Prototype Leaked with Dual Punch Hole Display

Rumors of OnePlus 8 Pro are already looming on the Internet. Following the leaked render, the OnePlus 8 Pro prototype has been spotted in the wild. Images from the alleged OnePlus 8 Pro hint at dual punch-hole displays and curved displays like the OnePlus 7 Pro. The rear panel shows the quad-camera setup with three lenses and an LED flash arranged in a vertical bar and a fourth camera paired with it.

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Earlier @OnLeaks posted various pictures of OnePlus 8 Pro. He showed that a design change for the next flagship of OnePlus works. A significant change in its design is the presence of a punch-hole display and a quad-camera setup at the back. If this comes true, the OnePlus 8 Pro will be the first phone from the company to have a quad-camera setup.

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New spotted images of the alleged OnePlus 8 Pro prototype can be seen as having a distinct gradient appeal compared to the OnePlus 7T series. A closer look at the images shows an elliptical punch-hole that appears to be the two front-facing cameras. To recall, a single punch-hole was seen on the leaked render in October.

A “OnePlus 5G” logo can also be seen at the bottom of the back panel of the latest OnePlus 8 Pro pictures. Therefore, the device can also come in 5G variants.

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It is said that OnePlus 8 Pro has a display with a 120Hz refresh rate. For reference, the ROG Phone II is the only phone in the current market that supports panels with a 120Hz refresh rate. The upcoming OnePlus flagship is likely to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset. It can also come in 12GB RAM variant. Other details of the phone remain a mystery for now. However, some rumors claim that the OnePlus 8 Pro may come with support for faster wireless charging technology.

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