OnePlus ‘Clover’ with Qualcomm Snapdragon 460 SoC, 13MP triple camera setup to launch soon, claims report

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Just last week, it was alleged that OnePlus is going to launch a smartphone that will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 460 SoC, which would be a first for the brand.
Now, a report by Android Central has claimed the same processor for the device. Launched earlier this year, Snapdragon 460 is one of the three processors offering Wi-Fi 6 that the chip giant launched in January 2020. The other two are Snapdragon 720G and Snapdragon 662. The Snapdragon 460 is claimed to be the first time that Qualcomm has brought so-called “performance” cores to the 400 series.
Coming back to the report that cites “an insider source” who has suggested that the device is going to launch “imminently.” The source also suggested that the handset will be launched in global markets — including the US.
This handset — which may turn out to be the most affordable handset from the BBK-owned company — is codenamed ‘Clover.’ Specs wise, the smartphone is rumoured to offer a 6.52-inch IPS LCD display with 1560 x 720p resolution. In terms of storage, the handset is expected to come in at least a 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage variant, although there are likely to be more storage variants as well.
In terms of camera, the alleged OnePlus Clover is said to house a triple camera setup on the back where the primary camera is said to be a 13MP sensor paired with two 2MP sensors.
The report claims that the highlight of the upcoming OnePlus handset will be its 6000mAh battery, which will come paired with an 18W fast charge support.
Other features of the OnePlus Clover are going to be a MicroSD slot, capacitive fingerprint sensor at the back, and Wi-Fi ac connectivity and a 3.5mm headphone jack, claims the report.

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