OnePlus first released a mid-range phone back in 2015, dubbed the OnePlus X, and it looks like the company is finally following up with its second mid-range device.

91mobiles and serial tipster OnLeaks posted renders online of a budget-focused OnePlus phone apparently called the OnePlus 8 Lite. The device, which measures in at 159.2 x 74 x 8.6mm, seems to share a lot in common with earlier Galaxy S11 renders. More specifically, it has a similar camera housing and a center-mounted punch-hole cutout.

The camera housing appears to show two rear cameras and, if it’s anything like the Galaxy S10e and iPhone 11, we can expect a normal/ultra-wide pairing.

Other alleged OnePlus 8 Lite details include a USB-C port at the bottom, volume buttons on the left, and a power/lock button and alert slider on the right. But we can’t spot a 3.5mm port though, and the lack of a visible fingerprint scanner suggests an in-display sensor (as well as an OLED screen).

There’s no word on other details though, so we’ll need to wait for more leaks or an official reveal to find out about horsepower, price-point, and other specs. Either way, a mid-range OnePlus phone will likely be well below the OnePlus 7T‘s $599 price point.

What would you like to see from the OnePlus 8 Lite? Give us your wishlist features in the comments below!

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