OnePlus 8T Estimated Price : As we were hoping an enhanced version of OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro to be out by the end of the year, we’ve heard surprisingly little in the way of leaks and rumours about the coming mobile (or mobiles). OnePlus 8T estimated price is around Rs. 44,990, We will update the status when it is confirmed officially.
There’s still a great deal we wouldn’t know about the mobiles, but if you’re searching for all the recent available info, you’ve reached the right place. With no further ado, let ‘s talk all the stuff about OnePlus 8T!
The Nord is a new step for a company that continues to repeat and proceed, so could OnePlus try an even more special idea by skipping the OnePlus 8 T this year? There’s just no way to know exactly.
OnePlus 8T Estimated Price, Specifications
Launch Date : Nov 20, 2020 (Unofficial)
Price : Rs. 44,990
Ram : 8 GB
Internal Memory : 128 GB
Front Camera : 20 MP
Rear Camera : 64 MP + 16 MP + 8 MP
Battery : 4500 mAh
Display : 6.67 inch
Processor : Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Plus
As mentioned above, OnePlus “T” smartphones are generally launched later in the year. This gives companies some moment for its first batch with mobiles to exist and draw audiences, while still releasing its latest hardware in time for the big holiday season.
Until recent times, OnePlus was understood besides having to release flagship-killer phones that competed with top-of-the-line phones at all but price. Since the OnePlus 7 mobiles, even so, the company’s phones are now growing extremely premium in terms of value as well as specifications.
When the OnePlus 7 T used the Snapdragon 855 Plus chipset, a marginally better variant of the Snapdragon 855 used by the OnePlus 7, early rumours mentioned that there would be no Snapdragon 865 Plus chipset.
This is no longer the case, as Qualcomm, that tends to make Snapdragon chipsets, has revealed the existence of Snapdragon 865 Plus. So the OnePlus 8 T is likely to pack this, but it’s also feasible that the previous rumour was more of an alert that the Snapdragon 865 Plus wasn’t going to be widely spread at all, so we’re just not too sure.