OnePlus 8 Pro Leaked To Feature A 120Hz Display & Snapdragon 865 SoC
Karamchand Rameshwar - Nov 08, 2019
If this news is to be believed, the upcoming OnePlus 8 Pro will be one of the earliest phones to feature a 120Hz display.
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ASUS ROG Phone gaming smartphone launched in 2018 is the first phone with a 90Hz display. With the launch of OnePlus 7 Pro this year, the 90Hz display trend has gradually become a trend on flagship smartphones, including the recently-announced Google Pixel 4.
Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy S11 early next year with a 90Hz display. But if a new report is to be believed, OnePlus will be one step ahead. Tipster Max J. tweeted with a caption "Be a "Pro" with a picture suggesting 120Hz display. At first, many people thought that he was talking about the Galaxy S11. However, he later confirmed that it was OnePlus instead. That means the OnePlus 8 Pro will be the one featuring a 120Hz display.
Interestingly, the rumors also indicate that next year's iPhone will also have a 120Hz screen, which Apple will call "ProMotion OLED". In case you don’t remember, Apple has already equipped the ProMotion display on its iPad Pro two years ago and is expected to use the same screen for its iPhone 2020.
Not only the 120Hz screen, but OnePlus 8 Pro is also expected to rock a quad-rear camera setup, including 64 MP or 108 MP main sensor, an ultra-wide-angle lens, a telephoto camera that supports 3x optical zoom, the last one should be a depth sensor.
OnePlus 8 Pro will likely draw power from the upcoming Snapdragon 865 chipset with at least 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. The renders also show that the OnePlus 8 Pro will feature a hole-punch display, instead of the pop-up selfie camera like OnePlus has done with the OnePlus 7 & 7T series.
OnePlus 8 Pro is likely to launch in the second quarter of 2020 just like its predecessors. There is still a long way until its expected launch, so you should take this news with a grain of salt.