OnePlus officially hinted at the launching of the OnePlus 8T smartphone in India. The OnePlus 8T is an upgrade of the earlier launch of the OnePlus 8 Pro smartphone with fewer upgrades and as per the confirmation of tipster Ishan Agarwal, the OnePlus 8T will set to launch in India on 14th October. The OnePlus 8T renders & specifications are leaked recently with the help of Onleaks so, the OnePlus 8T this time designed in the curved display, L-shaped camera modules at the rear inside, similar punch-hole display with minimum bezels, and 120Hz screen refresh rate.
OnePlus 8T Specification & Render Design
The OnePlus 8T will be arriving as the updated version of the OnePlus 8 that debuted earlier this year. A render showcasing the front design of the OnePlus 8T had recently appeared in the OxygenOS code. Hence, it is expected to come with a punch-hole display. The report claims that the OnePlus 8T will have 6.55-inch S-AMOLED. This time around, however, it’s a 120Hz panel instead of 90Hz. From the renders, we can see that the display is flat and features a punch-hole cutout in the top-left corner.
The phone is speculated to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC with 5G connectivity, paired with 8GB RAM and 128GB/256GB of onboard storage. This device is going to feature a 4,500mAh battery unit, but the real upgrade will come in the form of a 65W Warp Charge.
On the flip side, the cameras on OnePlus 8T will see an upgrade as well. Alongside the 48MP main camera and a 16MP wide-angle sensor, the OnePlus 8T is tipped to get a 2MP portrait lens — likely working with the main camera to deliver portrait shots — and an upgraded 5MP macro camera. An LED flash is also located within the module. The front camera will likely be a 32MP sensor, compared to the 16MP cameras on both the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro.
In the Last, The OnePlus 8T is also confirmed to be launching with OxygenOS 11, which is based on the new Android 11 OS. As for the ports and buttons, the power button and alert slider are in their usual place on the left spine, while the volume rocker is on the right. The bottom edge is home to the ejectable SIM card tray, USB Type-C port, and loudspeaker grill, while a noise-canceling mic is seen at the top.