July 15, 2020 6:36 AM
OnePlus 8 Pro render
OnePlus 8 Pro Leaked Render | Credit: 91Mobiles/OnLeaks

OnePlus 8 Pro Could Feature 120Hz Refresh Rate Display

The phone will arrive with punch-hole selfie camera and quad rear cameras

Both the OnePlus 7 and 7T lineups are done for the year of 2019. Now the importance shifts to the next launch in the first or second quarter of 2020. Yes, we are talking about the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro. The latest leak has come in recently, saying that an upcoming OnePlus device will feature a 120Hz refresh rate display. It will be the Oneplus 8 Pro model. The standard model will most likely feature a 90Hz as seen on this year OnePlus launches.

This leak came in from a tipster named Max J., who just posted a picture with 120Hz written on it. The caption for this post read ‘Be a “Pro”‘. Initially many assumed that he was referring to the Samsung Galaxy S11. But later Max confirmed that the leak was about OnePlus and not Samsung.

Now there are not many 120Hz display smartphones out there. The only one available in the Indian market right now is the Asus ROG Phone 2, that too at a competitive price tag. Other than that all the other high-end devices either feature a normal 60Hz display or a bit faster 90Hz display.

Now as for the launch, we will probably see OnePlus launching the next two devices in the second quarter of next year. This coincides perfectly with last year’s OnePlus 7 may launch. Moreover, some additional details about this device have come into light in recent renders via 91Mobile. These renders suggest that we will see a Samsung like punch-hole display and quad cameras at the back in a vertical alignment (including a 3D ToF sensor).

OnePlus 8 Pro Leaked Render shows back front
OnePlus 8 Pro Leaked Render | Credit: 91Mobiles/OnLeaks

As for the display size, it is said to be 6.65 inches for the OnePlus 8 Pro and 6.5 inches for the OnePus 8. The phone will measure 165.3 x 74.4 x 8.8mm in size. The Alert Slider and Power button are placed on the right edge, while the Volume button is placed on the left edge of the device.

About Sagar Choudhury

He is a journalist at DealNTech. He writes on general Android related tech news. He contributes in other categories too. He was working for many other publications. Now a proud member of DealNTech team. He is also a good programmer and web designer. Email: sagar@dealntech.com

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