It carries the tagline 'Lead with Speed' and is confirmed to feature a 120Hz display, 5G connectivity support, and a lot more. This will be good news for Sprint and T-Mobile subscribers, who have decent access to 5G infrastructure.
"Besides the aforementioned 6.7" adaptive 120Hz Ultra Vision display, the X2 Pro also has the 48MP Sony IMX689 and IMX586 sensors - you know, the ones that are said to be in the OnePlus 8 Pro as well.
With all those details to whet the appetite, OnePlus is set for the launch of the two devices on 15 April 2020.
"With the OnePlus 8 series, we're excited to introduce our most powerful and attractive smartphone series ever, combining blazing fast 5G capabilities, specially engineered high refresh rate displays and OnePlus" signature powerful performance setup.
As for the OnePlus 8 series, we expect at least two smartphones in this lineup.
OnePlus has confirmed the official launch date for its next-gen smartphones - and that date is 14 April. According to speculations, there will be a third device in this series but nothing is certain for now.
Thanks to Roland Quandt on WinFuture, we now have a clear look at what the more affordable OnePlus 8 will look like-and it already looks better than its predecessor, the OP7T. Both models will purportedly have a Snapdragon 865 processor, but it's said that the 8 Pro could have a larger 6.78-inch QHD+ AMOLED screen while the 8 has a 6.55-inch FHD+ AMOLED display.
The Indian Express is now on Telegram.
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