OnePlus 8T Battery Specs Confirmed Ahead Of Launch
OnePlus has confirmed the battery specifications of the upcoming OnePlus 8T via a community forum post. The smartphone has been revealed to come with a 4500mAh battery along with Warp Charge 65.
Highlights of the Story
- OnePlus 8T has been confirmed to come with Warp Charge 65 fast charging support
- The smartphone will reportedly have two battery cells
- OnePlus 8T will come with an encryption chip
- The smartphone will also feature 12 temperature sensors
The OnePlus confirmation reveals that the OnePlus 8T battery will be slightly bigger than its predecessor. The OnePlus 8 launched way back in April packs a 4300mAh battery along with Warp Charge 30T. The company’s confirmation unveils the OnePlus 8T will will come with a 4,500mAh battery along with Warp Charge 65 support. This automatically reveals that the OnePlus 8T will be more expensive than its predecessor. However, there will be more upgrades to the smartphone apart from its battery specifications to justify the increased price.
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OnePlus 8T Battery Specifications
Going by the community forum post, the OnePlus 8T will take 39 minutes to fully charge its 4500mAh battery. Moreover, the post also reveals that almost 58 percent of the smartphone’s battery will be charged in just 15 minutes.
OnePlus stated in the community forum post that, “Warp Charge 65 is more than just an iteration of our signature fast charging technology. It’s an entirely new and convenient experience.”
Recently, the company has also teased the OnePlus 8T to come with dual-cell batteries. What this means is that the smartphone will have two cells holding 2250mAh capacity each. This will be very different from the single cell batteries that the smartphones of today are using. The company states that, “With this new setup, both batteries can charge at more than 30W simultaneously while staying cool even when using the phone.”
Additionally, OnePlus has also revealed that the Warp Charge 65 adapter will come with a dual-end USB Type-C port. Furthermore, the adapter will come with 45W PD fast charging support. Also, the company has stated that the adapter will support previous charging protocols as well. What this means is that the charging adapter can be used for any OnePlus device and not just the 8T.
On top of all this, OnePlus has also added that they will use an encryption chip in the charger and cable for safety purposes. Furthermore, the company has also stated that there will be 12 temperature sensors to ensure the safety of users.
“All of these features have been added to ensure that Warp Charge 65 is not only lightning fast but also safe to use at any time,” OnePlus stated.
The OnePlus 8T is all set to launch on October 14. The launch is just two weeks away now and the company might reveal certain key features in the coming days.
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