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OnePlus 8 Pro Hands-On Photo leaks

OnePlus 8 series is rumored to launch in late March or April this year. But at this moment we got some leaks that are similar to the concept-based renders which surfaced online. Fascinatingly, the phone’s back panel which displays the camera is similar to the renders we have seen so far.

The alleged OnePlus 8 Pro hands-on photo was first found on Discord and then it was shared on Twitter. As we can see the Phone is packed in a translucent protective film. Though the color of OnePlus 8 pro’s rear panel is not visible. Here the camera module is visible. 

OnePlus 8 Pro will reportedly offer quad rear camera hardware. Three camera sensors are stacked vertically in a capsule-shaped module which creates a small bump. Right below the camera module, there’s a dedicated LED flash on the back as seen on the leaked photo. The fourth camera is a laser autofocus module as the leak suggests and it is situated on the top of the camera module.

The leaks that we got now are similar to the designs we have seen back in November. Also, the hands-on leaks suggest the confirming design of the OnePlus 8 Pro variant. Because we have got this leak one month before the launch of its Pro version.

The alleged OnePlus 8 Pro will reportedly have Snapdragon 865 SoC with a minimum of 8 GB RAM which might go up to 16 GB. It said to come with an IP68 rating for dust and water resistance. Some other leaks suggest that it will be having a 6.5-inch curved AMOLED Display of 120Hz refresh rate with a punch-hole camera. The phone will be backed up with a 4,500mAh battery with support for 50W wired fast charging.

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