OnePlus 8T Price Is A Pleasant Surprise: Leaked
OnePlus 8T will debut as an upgrade to the OnePlus 8.
Highlights of the Story
- OnePlus 8T may feature up to 12GB of RAM.
- Its price will be at €599 (approx Rs 51,700) for the 8GB + 128GB variant.
- The phone may feature a 120Hz refresh rate.
OnePlus 8T is launching on October 14th at 7:30 PM IST as confirmed by the company. Now, it is allegedly on the Amazon Germany website. According to a tipster’s screenshot, the phone’s price will be €693 (about Rs 59,800) for the 12GB + 256GB variant.
#OnePlus8T 5G Specifications!— Ishan Agarwal (@ishanagarwal24) September 22, 2020
(Thanks to Amazon)
-6.5″ 120Hz FHD+
-4,500 mAH Battery, Warp Charge 65W
-48MP (w/ OIS) +16+5+2MP Main
-16MP Front Camera
-Aquamarine Green, Lunar Silver
-8+128GB: €599, 12+256GB: €699 [Too good, Wrong?]
Pls Link: https://t.co/ZBzbZnseDe pic.twitter.com/yq4nUNGBIZ
The listing also offers a glimpse of the key specifications of the upcoming phone. Moreover, it indicates that it will start shipping from October 20. This means OnePlus 8T price will actually be €50 (roughly Rs 4,300) lower than that of its predecessor, the OnePlus 8.
On the other hand, the new sources say OnePlus 8T will be pricing EUR 599 (roughly Rs.51,700) for the 8GB + 128GB storage variant and EUR 699 (roughly Rs.60,000) for the 12GB + 256GB storage variant. However, this listing contradicts the leaked €699 (around Rs 60,000) and €799 (roughly Rs 69,000) prices of the 8GB and 12GB variants, respectively.
This new leak comes just as a person familiar with the development, Vietnamese tipster @chunvn8888 claims that it will cost exactly EUR 100 more than the predecessor. Furthermore, he claims OnePlus 8T’s price will be set at EUR 799 (roughly Rs. 69,000) for the 8GB + 128GB storage variant and EUR 899 (roughly Rs. 78,000) for the 12GB + 256GB storage option in Europe.
However, there are no confirmations on these claims as of yet.
OnePlus 8T Specifications (expected)
It may feature a 6.5-inch full-HD+ display with a 120Hz refresh rate. Moreover, OnePlus 8T is expected to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC, paired with up to 12GB RAM and up to 256GB onboard storage.
In terms of optics, 8T is said to come with a quad-camera setup at the back consisting of a 48MP primary sensor with OIS, 16MP ultra-wide sensor, 5MP macro sensor, and 2MP monochrome sensor. Moreover, the phone will feature a 16MP shooter in the punch-hole setup for selfies and video chats.
It may pack a 4,500mAh battery with support for 65W Warp Charge fast charging. The OnePlus 8T may be offered in two color options – Aquamarine Green and Lunar Silver.
On the other hand, in India, the OnePlus 8T is confirmed for its launch and some key specs via Amazon listing and the company’s official site listing. Furthermore, the launch event will be live-streamed through official channels starting from 7:30 PM IST.
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