Leaks around the OnePlus 8 series are catching fire like anything. After a tonne of leaks around the series including renders and even live images, leakster Ishan Agarwal is something else to add as well. It was Ishan who confirmed that OnePlus 8 Pro will sport a 6.78-inch QHD+ panel with a refresh rate of 120Hz although the latter part was confirmed by the Chinese manufacturer earlier this year. Anyways, there’s progress in the display department of the phone.
OnePlus 8 launch date in India will be revealed on 14th April, when OnePlus has scheduled an online launch event.
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OnePlus 8 Pro will have a curved panel as it was seen in OnePlus 7 Pro as well. According to the reports, the OnePlus 8 Pro will also include a 10-bit HDR support along with Motion Estimation/Motion Compensation (MEMC) that will improve the display’s colour-accuracy to the next level.
The leak also suggests that the OnePlus 8 Pro will have a display with a peak brightness at 1,400 nits which is almost twice of what OnePlus 7 Pro (800 nits) while still surpassing that of OnePlus 7T (1,000 nits). OnePlus is working forward to make its 120Hz display smooth and fast with the optimization to its OxygenOS which is considered as one of the best custom skins available today.
OnePlus 8 Pro will also arrive with improved ‘Haptics 2.0’ which is concerned with the vibration motor fixed under the hood that goes when you touch the display or when a call arrives, etc.
The trio – OnePlus 8, OnePlus 8 Pro, and OnePlus 8 Lite, are expected to arrive on April 14 and it will be a digital-only event. There’s a OnePlus Z to arrive the same day as well as per the speculations so we will have to wait to see what it brings on-board.
The OnePlus 8 expected price is around Rs. 40,000, but we’ll find out for sure only at the launch event, so stay tuned!
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