OnePlus 8 Pro Hands-On Images Shows A Different Camera Module Than Renders


OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro are the upcoming smartphones from OnePlus which will be launched soon in the coming months. However, as soon as we move deep into this year, the frequency leaks related to OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro has been increasing day by day. 

As of now, we have an idea of what overall specs OnePlus 8 series will have. Considering some last rumors and leaks, OnePlus 8 Pro is said to come with the quad rear camera setup, Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC, and hole-punch display. The phone is also expected to feature 120Hz Fluid Display, and a new alleged hands-on image seems to echo those claims.

We have the latest hands-on image of OnePlus 8 Pro which shows the back panel of the phone. This latest image has been spotted on by a tipster on discord which he shared on his Twitter account. 


However, this latest image shows a bit different camera design than what we have seen before in the renders. Previously, we have seen that the OnePlus 8 Pro will come with a quad rear camera setup that has three of the sensors packed inside a vertical pill-shaped module along with an LED flashlight. But this hands-on image shows the same pattern but with LED flashlight outside the module.

The phone is packed in a plastic film which indicates that the user took the image of the phone before unpacking the phone. Apart from this, no further details of the phone is visible from the outer covering. 

OnePlus 8 is rumored to be releasing three variants this year including a standard, Lite, and Pro version, only the latter is expected to have the 120Hz display but we hope it’s the top two. Also, there is no word about when these phones will be available.

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