The OnePlus 8T is in the rumor mills for a long time now. In addition, this is in hyper mode ever since OnePlus completed a successful launch of its Nord in July.
A rendered image released by a Twitter tipster by the name of @ishanagarwal24 reportedly revealed what the OnePlus 8T is going to look like.
Look what just got leaked!— Ishan Agarwal (@ishanagarwal24) August 31, 2020
This render of #OnePlus8T was found in Androidd 11 DP4 of OnePlus 8 Series.
If it’s indeed the OnePlus 8T, I’m liking the slim bezels. The screen might be a but flatter too (Assuming it isn’t an unfinished render).
Source: https://t.co/RwIoAC2cGg pic.twitter.com/P6UJCwlauC
What do the renders reveal?
In the renders, the Android 11 Developer preview four series showing a punch-hole camera on the upper left corner of the screen. It also shows a thin bezel around the edges of the device. This particular render only shows the front of the smartphone and not the rear.
However, we can expect a 64MP primary camera with a 16MP ultrawide and a 2MP macro camera. This will be an upgrade to the 8 series as it always upgrades the existing model in ‘T’ models.
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According to a report from XDADevelopers, OnePlus 8T is spotted on a teardown of the OxygenOS 11 Beta 4 release by OxygenUpdater.
The report suggests it is codename is kebab.
Moreover, it also is working on the camera application to bring 8K resolution video recording support to the smartphone. There are also rumors on the chipset upgrading to Snapdragon 865 Plus.
There is another image surfacing online, unclear whether it is about OnePlus 8T. Apparently, it will sport a flat display, features the volume rockers on the left frame, Alert Slider, and the power button on the right side of the smartphone.
Meanwhile, it was recently found on Geekbench as the KB2001. The benchmark test revealed that 8GB of memory is onboard. The single-core score was 912 with a multicore score of 3288.
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