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OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro full specs revealed in new leak

OnePlus 8 Pro
OnePlus 8 Pro (Image credit: @OnLeaks / 91Mobiles)

What you need to know

  • All the key tech specs of the upcoming OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro flagship phones have been leaked.
  • The OnePlus 8 Pro is tipped to come with a 6.78-inch QHD+ 120Hz display, 48MP quad cameras, and a 4,510mAh battery with 30W fast charging.
  • OnePlus 8 will have a smaller 6.55-inch display with a 90Hz refresh rate, 48MP triple rear cameras, and a 4,300mAh battery.

OnePlus is expected to the wraps off its next flagship phones sometime next month. As confirmed by the company's CEO Pete Lau earlier this month, both the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro will be 5G-enabled. While OnePlus is yet to reveal a launch date for the OnePlus 8 series, specs sheets of the two phones have now surfaced, courtesy of reliable leaker Ishan Agarwal.

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The standard OnePlus 8 will apparently feature a 6.55-inch FHD+ display with a 90Hz refresh rate and a hole-punch cutout housing a 16MP selfie camera. As confirmed by the company already, the flagship phone will be powered by a Snapdragon 865 chipset, coupled with up to 12GB LPDDR4X RAM and 256GB UFS 3.0 storage. In the camera department, OnePlus 8 is tipped to have a triple-camera setup on the back, featuring a 48MP primary sensor.

If the leaked spec sheet is completely accurate, it looks like the OnePlus 8 will actually be quite similar to last year's OnePlus 7T in a number of areas. In terms of battery life, however, the OnePlus 8 could be a solid upgrade over the OnePlus 7T. As per Agarwal, the phone will have a 4,300mAh battery with Warp Charge 30T fast charging.

The OnePlus 8 Pro, on the other hand, is expected to be an impressive upgrade over the current OnePlus 7T Pro. Like the standard OnePlus 8, it will be powered by a Snapdragon 865 chipset and come with up to 12GB LPDDR5 RAM and 256GB UFS 3.0 storage. The flagship phone will sport a larger 6.78-inch QHD+ AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate.

At the rear will be a quad-camera setup with a 48MP primary sensor. The leaked spec sheet also claims that the phone will have a 4,510mAh battery with 30W wired and wireless charging, IP68 water resistance, and a 16MP selfie camera.

Babu Mohan
Babu Mohan
7 Comments
  • Really disappointing that they are limiting wireless charging to the Pro :( If the standard model doesn't have it I can't imagine the Lite will. I'm not at all bothered about 4 cameras or 120Hz displays, I just wanted some wireless charging combined with a clean OS. Looks like I may need to look elsewhere for my next phone if this leak is true...
  • Because you can't get the Pro? The whole point of not having it in the 8 is to keep the cost down. Two phones at two different price points is way better then 4 or 5 lines that blur into each other.
  • Because I don't need all the features of the Pro for the extra cost. Wireless charging is incredibly cheap and should be a core feature for all the OP8 models.
  • I had before wireless charging on my smartphone (Samsung Galaxy S7, LG G7, LG V40, LG G8S, LG G8X) and switching to OnePlus 7 Pro without wireless charging isn't annoying at all.
    Warp Charge is incredibly fast and your phone doesn't hear up just like all did before with Wireless Chargers or Fast Charge. I'm not sure that this year I will upgrade my phone (the LG period was related to my job in their company) as I prefer not to have a front facing camera inside the screen with a black dot... Maybe the 8T/8T Pro our next year with the 9 Series 🙄
  • I've got wireless charging in my car now, would be really handy to use it. Warp charging is just a home so not of any use during the day.
  • I also had wireless charging on past LG phones and even the Galaxy note 7 and I never used it. I wouldn't use it at a public place because Corona, and I always had that fear of germs all over something like that. My phone spends its time in my hand and if it's in my hand how can I use wireless charging? I never opt for wireless charging most of the time also because it was just too slow. Then there's the part about it destroying your battery. I just never saw the point. Sure it was cool when Palm announced it and showed it off but I never cared too use it on my Palm pre back then either.
  • I just can't stand the curved screen design. Flat is just better. I hope they continue to keep their prices low.