OnePlus 8 Design, Release date, Price and Specifications, OnePlus has sent out media invitations for an event scheduled on January 13th in China at Shenzhen B.PARK bloom garden. To recall, OnePlus is one amongst the first movers to adapt the 90Hz refresh rate last year with OnePlus 7 pro. The Company are introducing its new 2020 screen technology. Whereas it didn’t reveal any details concerning the event, rumours counsel that it may unveil a 120Hz refresh rate panel at the event. The Upcoming OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 pro might ship with a 120Hz refresh rate, which would be a worthy upgrade from the OnePlus 7-series. Nothing abundant is known much the new 120Hz panel yet, however we should learn a lot of info on monday.
OnePlus 8 Expected Release date
As we expect that, the oneplus 8 will be packed to launch on 23-Apr-2020. This might not be actual date but as our thoughts and internet this will be the best date.
One Plus 8 Expected Price
As we consider, the price of OnePlus 8 will be Rs. 39,999 as per our expectations and point of view.
OnePlus 8 Design
A leaked spec breakdown has suggested an alloy frame with glass back, using Gorilla Glass 6 for the front. Interestingly, the OnePlus 8 is said to have an IP53 rating, while the OnePlus 8 Pro has an IP68 rating – meaning it’s a lot more waterproof than previous devices.
Some Specifications and Features
As per our expectation, the OnePlus is going to release with 3 More smartphones in the release date as we mentioned above. It will be included OnePlus 8, OnePlus 8 Pro & OnePlus 8 Lite. The high-end models are expected to ship with the Snapdragon 865 SoC with 5G support. Also the OnePlus 8 Pro is been tipped to own a quad camera setup at rear. The OnePlus 8 is expected to added a vertically-arranged triple camera module.
In the brief view of 91Mobiles, The Phone is made unique in the Camera which will be hidden. This colour-shifting technology changes the transparency when the camera is turned on and shows the camera lenses. OnePlus claims that Concept One takes mere 0.7s for the glass to transition from opaque to transparent. The company has designed this invisible camera tech in partnership with motorsport company McLaren.