OnePlus 8 is Coming with Warp Charge 30 Wireless system

We are witnessing tons of leaks about the upcoming smartphone called OnePlus 8 series daily. Now a major leak is confirmed by its CEO Pete Lau in an interview with The Verge. The CEO said that their next “ultraflagship” smartphone will be capable of 30W wireless charging.

It will charge faster than usual Apple and Samsung devices. The OnePlus 8 Pro is expected to have a 4500mAh battery, If we look at the charging speed it will take around 0 to 50 in just 30 minutes and that is still a huge achievement for the wireless-capable devices.

It is obvious that it will support 3rd party wireless chargers too like Xiaomi already had released a 30W charging stand for wireless phones. However, the company’s accessories are always preferable for the best results in performance.

We are just a few weeks ahead to witness their new OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro. The Chinese smartphone manufacturer has achieved a great height if we look at its first device called OnePlus One and now the 8th in its series all the smartphones were highly successful and loved by the public across the world.

In terms of specs, the OnePlus 8 lineup is going to use the latest Snapdragon 865 processor and they are expected to use LPDDR5 RAM variants in all of the series. The OnePlus 8 series is going to use UFS 3.0 storage which will make the overall experience very fast.

It is in the leaks from the past few months that the whole 8 series will be packed with 5G connectivity out of the box. The OnePlus 7 series were available with a great 90Hz display refresh rates, so how we can be expected the same from the company who believe in an upgrade over time. The display of the OnePlus 8 series will be offered at 120Hz display refresh rates to make your viewing best.

It has also received A+ rating from DisplayMate in terms of display quality and experience.

For the optics, they will have Sony’s best up to date camera sensors in the front and rear. It is also said to be packed with features like Night Portrait Mode and “3-HDR” video recording.

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