OnePlus 8T CAD-based renders reveal the full design

Ruben Fields
September 15, 2020

These upcoming models in the Oneplus Nord series could be among the handsets that were first reported earlier this month when codenames of handsets - such as "Clover", "Lemonade", "Bengal" and "Billie.' These handsets could be launched at a starting price of Rs 16,000-Rs 18,000, as past rumours have suggested". There is a rectangular camera module on the top left that houses the Quad camera setup & the LED flash. The renders are based on "internal schematics and not 3D CADs" which means little with their authenticity. The renders show a 360-degree view of this smartphone.

At the front, OnePlus 8T will have a 6.55-inch Full HD+ display with a 120Hz refresh rate. The OnePlus 8T may drop the curved edge display and get back to a flat-edge display.

The OnLeaks list also reveals a couple of specifications for the OnePlus 8T.

Nonetheless, there will be two variants at launch. Prior to this, the listing only featured the 8GB+128GB variant, priced at Rs. 27,999 as the base variant, and the 6GB variant was marked as coming soon. There's a 4,800mA battery inside that supports the faster 65W Warp charge technology, but there is no word if it will offer wireless charging compatibility.

The rear cameras will also get a spec upgrade.

OnePlus 8T renders leak, showing new placement for the rear cameras - comments

The camera is getting a slight bump from 4300mAh on the OnePlus 8 to 4500mAh on the OnePlus 8T. The front camera is a 32 MP (wide) + 8 MP (ultrawide).

As of now, OnePlus is yet to announce any event.

Besides the 8T, BIS also certified what appears to be the OnePlus Watch as well as a power bank.

leVinchy, 55 minutes agoAh yes, my favorite sensor and camera module; the 2mp Depth Sensor and 5mp Macro Camera.Well, even though it isn't that much of a great resolution, the 5Mp is quite a huge leap from the stupid low 2Mp many insisted on for so long, the Poco F2 Pro have a 5Mp Macro.

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