We’re less than a month away from the expected launch date for the OnePlus 8 series of smartphones. Today, we saw reliable leaker Ishan Agarwal post the alleged OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro specs sheets.
While the specs sheets themselves are clearly unofficial, they do seem realistic enough to trust. However, don’t treat the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro specs sheets as fact quite yet.
See the original tweet below for all the details. We’ve also mirrored the specs sheets themselves in case Ishan’s tweet comes down:
Exclusive: They’re coming! Here is the full specification list of the #OnePlus8 & 8 Pro. Seems like #OnePlus8Pro is gonna be a beast with 6.78″ 120hz QHD+ Display and 48+48+8+5MP Camera Setup. Will have 30W Wireless Charging & IP68 Rating too. I’m so excited! #OnePlus8Series pic.twitter.com/j1AAo19q4J
— Ishan Agarwal (@ishanagarwal24) March 25, 2020
OnePlus 8 specs
Let’s start with the OnePlus 8 specs. All in all, there’s not much different here as compared to the OnePlus 7T, the most recent non-Pro device from the brand. There’s the same triple-lens camera, the same storage configurations, the same FHD+ OLED display with the same 90Hz refresh rate. The only things new here are a bigger battery, the expected new Snapdragon processor, and a variant with 12GB of RAM. Oh, and a green colorway, too, which is a nice change-up.
OnePlus 8 Pro specs
The OnePlus 8 Pro specs are a bit more exciting. The two biggest changes are the introduction of an IP rating as well as both standard wireless charging and reverse wireless charging. We also see a bump in battery capacity, an extra camera lens, and a QHD+ display capable of a 120Hz refresh rate.
OnePlus fans have been clamoring for wireless charging and an IP rating for years now, so the rumored specs sheet above will likely make a lot of people happy.
Once again, the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro specs above are rumors, so definitely treat them as such. If they end up being true, though, how do you feel about them? Are you going to pick up a OnePlus 8 or OnePlus 8 Pro? Sound off in the comments.