There is a lot of hype about the upcoming flagship smartphone OnePlus 8 Pro and its designing. The recent leaks suggested that OnePlus 8 Pro could have a lot of similarities with OnePlus 7 Pro and OnePlus 7T Pro. However, it could have a dual hole-punch display that would accommodate two selfie cameras just like Samsung Galaxy S10+, 5G network support, and an all-new quad rear camera setup.
A few images of the phone are circulating the web claiming it could be the prototype of the OnePlus 8 Pro. It is difficult to verify the authenticity of the images. Some even said that manufacturers, in general, do not put logos on the prototype model as clearly seen in the images of the phone. Therefore, we have no option but to accept the images with a pinch of salt.
The leaked images of OnePlus 8 Pro suggest that designers have borrowed a lot of things from OnePlus 7 Pro and OnePlus 7T Pro. The images depict a curved-edge display and vertically-placed rear camera setup of the OnePlus 8 Pro just like OnePlus 7 Pro and OnePlus 7T Pro. The only difference is that the OnePlus 8 Pro prototype shows a quad rear camera setup on the back instead of triple rear cameras with an LED flash in OnePlus 7 Pro and OnePlus 7T Pro. The images also show a protective glass case that might come along with the upcoming smartphone.
What we know from previous leaks and reports is that OnePlus 8 Pro could possibly support 5G as mentioned by OnePlus CEO Pete Lau at the OnePlus 7T launch event in London. It would also come with Android 10 out of the box with an all-new OxygenOS. Renders of the OnePlus 8 Pro have previously suggested a curved display of the phone but with a single hole-punch display design instead of the dual hole-punch design depicted in the latest prototype.
A few days back, some twitter handler mentioned that the OnePlus 8 series could possibly feature 120Hz refresh rate displays. OnePlus is the company that mainly became popular in creating smartphone displays with higher refresh rates. Its recently launched 7T series featured a 90Hz display that created hype for phones with higher refresh rates.