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The OnePlus 8, another flagship model of the favorite mid-premium smartphone maker, is sure to catch your eye. Likely to release in a couple weeks, the OnePlus 8, whose photographs have been leaked, comes into play three unusual color variants.
One named ‘Glow’ appears to possess captured the whole spectrum of colours on it. Another is merely named ‘Green’. It appears a lighter shade of the deep emerald that Huawei unveiled just lately on its Mate 20 Pro.
And with the 3rd variant, OnePlus has truly gone back to black. Remember those days of dark-colored smartphones? The first technology of smartphones and several since came in about 50 tones of black-from shining like patent leather to grey sandstone finish. OnePlus 8 will today come in ‘Black’ in what's expected to be a Gorilla glass end much like the other new OnePluses such as OnePlus 7T and OnePlus 7T Pro.
The new appears were revealed on German site WinFuture.
The trunk of the OnePlus 8 sometimes appears featuring three cameras in a vertical layout. The circular video camera set up features on the OnePlus 7T seems to have already been an exception as the OnePlus has gone back again to the slimmer vertical design for newer products since.
On the front, the today ubiquitous punch-hole camera sometimes appears located on the left side in-display.
WinFuture says the OnePlus8 is powered by a good Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Octacore processor, with 5G connectivity (although it will take some time for 5G telecommunication capability to be offered found in India). It will can be found in two storage space variants of 8GB RAM, 128 GB internal recollection, 12 GB RAM and 256 GB UFS flash memory.
The battery will not get an upgrade from previous models, and can stay at a comfortable 4300mAh battery which can be charged with 30-watt fast charger.
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