OnePlus followed in the footsteps of its sister company, Vivo, by launching a smartphone with a full-screen experience in the form of the OnePlus 7 and 7T series, which all feature a pop-up selfie camera. Now, a new set of renders claims the Chinese phone maker is taking a different approach to the display design of its next-generation OnePlus devices.
Renders of the rumored OnePlus 8 Pro have surfaced online, courtesy of prolific leakster @OnLeaks in collaboration with 91mobiles, showing off a screen with a hole-punch camera cutout similar to that of Samsung's Galaxy S10. The only difference is that it is placed at the top left corner. It's worth noting that the new renders reveal a screen that's quite similar to that of the OnePlus 8, which appeared earlier this month in a separate report.
It is claimed that the phone will be sporting a 6.65-inch display, slightly smaller than the OnePlus 7 Pro. Its dimensions are rumored to be 165.3 x 74.4 x 8.8mm. Round the back, the OnePlus 8 Pro is rumored to have a quad-camera setup which generally looks like the triple rear camera of the OnePlus 7T Pro except for the presence of an extra sensor, believed to be a ToF (time of flight) 3D camera.
The renders did not reveal much in the way of specs and other differences of the OnePlus 8 Pro from its predecessor. The usual buttons like the alert slider and power key are still there, of course, and a USB-C port is also visible. There's no word on its launch date and pricing, however, but more details are likely to emerge in the future.
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