OnePlus has finally confirmed that its upcoming OnePlus 8 Pro will feature 30W wireless charging. The charging tech is called Warp Charge 30 Wireless, and it will be able to top up a battery from zero to 50% in just 30 minutes.
OnePlus has announced that its upcoming flagships in the OnePlus 8 series have received DisplayMate’s highest-ever A+ rating. What this means is that the 120Hz AMOLED screens on the devices will be on par with the best that the industry has to offer.
Press renders showing the upcoming OnePlus 8 Pro in "Ultramarine Blue", Onyx Black, and Glacial Green color options have been leaked online. The flagship phone is slated to be officially unveiled on April 14, along with the vanilla OnePlus 8.
OnePlus CEO Pete Lau today confirmed that the company's upcoming OnePlus 8 series phones will come equipped with a Snapdragon 865 chipset, LPDDR5 RAM, and UFS 3.0 flash storage. Both the phones will be unveiled at an online event on April 14.
A new leak has shed light on the camera hardware of OnePlus' upcoming flagship phone. The OnePlus 8 Pro will have a 48MP primary sensor, 48MP ultra-wide-angle lens, an 8MP telephoto lens, and a 5MP "color filter."
A new leak has revealed nearly all the key tech specs of OnePlus' upcoming flagship phones. While the standard OnePlus 8 is going to be a relatively minor upgrade over the OnePlus 7T, the Pro model will come with quite a few significant upgrades.
OnePlus has opened up applications for a chance to review the OnePlus 8 ahead of the launch. Applications are open to all and you'll even get to keep the phone as long as your review meets the requirements.
The OnePlus 8 may ship with a 120Hz screen, but it's not really all that useful if the media you consume is still only recorded in 30fps. OnePlus aims to tackle the problem by including a custom chip that can upgrade video content to take full advantage of the company's Fluid Display tech.
OnePlus' CEO Pete Lau showed off the new OnePlus Fluid Display technology via a social media post. The video drew a comparison between the firm's upcoming tech and the current commonplace 60Hz displays.