OnePlus, which broadcasts 4 flagship smartphones and a semi-annual program annually, is one of the most working mobile manufacturers in recent years. As you know, the company recently came up with 7T and 7T Pro devices. According to recent news, the Chinese mobile manufacturer, OnePlus 8 continues to work without slowing down.
Displayed as a prototype in China and claimed to be the OnePlus 8 or 8 Pro , this phone seems to come with a significant difference compared to its predecessors, especially in terms of camera and design. If you wish, let’s switch to the remarkable points of the phone without further ado.
As you know, the entry phone of the OnePlus 7T series had a notched display on the 7T, but the notch was removed and the front camera with a slide was preferred. OnePlus, who likes to play with the design of the phone, may prefer a camera hole on the screen of the OnePlus 8 series, similar to the Samsung S10 series, compared to the above prototype phone.
At this point, the company offered a full-screen experience thanks to its slide-in front camera of the 7T Pro and was highly acclaimed. In this case, the company’s OnePlus 8 Pro will not change the choice of this slide camera, but the screen of the OnePlus 8 model is likely to see the front camera hole .
The camera design , which was used by OnePlus for the first time in the 7T Pro model and which includes the rear camera sensors in a circle , is preferred in the design of many mobile phones today. The company used the design for the 7T but opted for a straight, line-shaped camera array for the Pro model.
If we look at the design of the prototype phone, we will not see a circular camera module in the OnePlus 8 Pro, just like the 7T Pro. It is claimed that instead of this circular design, we can see a flat design where the cameras are lined up one by one .
You can assume that the back view of this prototype phone is the OnePlus 7T Pro. However, the flash and rear camera alignment are different from the 7T Pro. Accordingly, we can say that this phone has any OnePlus prototype but it is not known exactly which model it belongs to.