OnePlus 8 & OnePlus 8 Pro To Have Punch Hole Design & Quad Camera Setup

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Oneplus is gearing up to launch its next device, the Oneplus 8 this year. That will obviously be accompanied by the Oneplus 8 Pro. The smartphones have been on top of the rumor mill for quite some time now. Leakers have been pretty active in sharing details about the phone and almost all details about them have been revealed.

Today, the full list of specifications of the device got leaked by popular leaker Ishan Agarwal. Both the smartphones will feature top of the line Snapdragon 865. On the storage side, users will get 256 GB of UFS 3.0 flash storage, along with up to 12 GB of RAM. However, while the Oneplus 8 will have LPDDR4X RAM, the Oneplus 8 Pro will be featuring LPDDR5 RAM.

Moving on to the display, the Oneplus 8 Pro will have a 120Hz display with QHD+ resolution while the Oneplus 8 will have a 90Hz display with FHD+ resolution. The Oneplus 8 won’t be featuring wireless charging, an IP rating and reverse wireless charging. Coming to the camera, Oneplus 8 Pro will have a quad camera display with a 48/48/8/5MP display while the Oneplus 8 will have a 48/16/2MP camera.

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Apart from this, the Oneplus 8 Pro will have 4510 mAh while the Oneplus 8 will have 4300 mAh battery. Moreover, the device will launch in two colors, green and black. @OnLeaks and @iGeeksBlog have made render visualizing the upcoming devices.

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