OnePlus 8T official design
Image credit: OnePlus

It’s going to be a busy week for all smartphone enthusiasts alike as we’ll be welcoming the arrival of the OnePlus 8T, just one day after the iPhone 12 is unveiled.  

The launch is supposedly a global one and will happen this 14 October; it’s China launch will happen a day later. To rival the iPhone 12 in hype, OnePlus has revealed official renders of the phone via YouTube; and it looks like a been-there-done-that affair. 

The most obvious difference is in camera bump placement, which has been moved to the side. There looks to be four lenses at the back – and will most likely be populated a 48MP setup. For selfies, you get the same punch-hole layout, and possibly the same 16MP module too. 

The display on the phone looks to be flat, like the regular OnePlus 8 – the only difference is that the OnePlus 8T will come with a 120Hz panel instead of the original’s 90Hz screen.  

OnePlus 8T render

In terms of colours, the Aquamarine Green is still very much in fashion over at OnePlus, but we’ll also likely see a silver variant as well. 

Under the hood is possibly a Snapdragon 865+ chipset – and that could bump the price of the OnePlus 8T way higher than the OnePlus 8. According to a leaked listing of the phone in Germany however, the OnePlus 8T will be priced similarly to the original – which starts at around RM2,899.  

Visit OnePlus’ website here to watch the live stream this October 14. 

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