ONEPLUS 8T PRO appears in the official OnePlus guide for upcoming devices

ONEPLUS 8T PRO appears in the official OnePlus guide for upcoming devices

The OnePlus 8T phone was monitored during the last period in the developer beta of the OxygenOS 11 interface, and again, the ONEPLUS 8T PRO appeared on the official OnePlus guide page for upcoming devices.

OnePlus is preparing to soon announce the OnePlus 8T series, which includes two versions, OnePlus 8T and OnePlus 8T Pro, which is confirmed by the latest leaks that came through the official OnePlus page.

OnePlus company started this year to compete in the mid-range phone market with its first release, OnePlus Nord, and again the company is preparing to launch new premium versions of the T series phones.

Previous leaks indicated that OnePlus will not present this year the Pro version of the T series, but the official page of the upcoming devices ‘guide confirmed OnePlus’ plans to launch two new versions soon.

The official page of the OnePlus company confirms that the company offers OnePlus 8T and OnePlus 8T Pro, and the company will offer two of the Nord’s medium series phones soon, where the new versions appear with the model number N100 and N105g, and the company also has another version with the code N105g.

It is expected that OnePlus will present its next version of Nord’s medium phones with a lower pricing level, which appears in the leaks now with the code “Clover” and comes with a Snapdragon processor chip, which is the version that appears in the leaks with the model number N100.

The company also offers another version of the middle class that comes with the advantage of supporting 5G networks, with a Snapdragon 690 processor chip, which is the model that appears with the number N105g.

On the other hand, the leaks indicate that the OnePlus 8T phone is launched with a Snapdragon 865 Plus processor chip, with an AMOLED screen that supports a 120Hz refresh rate, so we expect the upcoming OnePlus event for more details on the new versions of the company’s devices.


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