OnePlus has already announced the flagships of incredible price and features. But despite
Chinese brand still shies awaytechnology due to lack of efficiency and several problems with overheating. But with the popularity of this feature, it seems that OnePlus has finally succumbed to pressure from customers around the world.
It is known that in 2016 the company introducedtheir customers with fast wired charging, introducing Dash Charge, which provided "daily charge in half an hour." This technology is now known as Warp Charge and has been updated several times since then - the last iteration is known as Warp Charge 30T - which suggests that OnePlus is going to use a similar strategy with wireless charging.
Wireless solutions are currently workingquite slowly, and only a few brands offer faster solutions, but OnePlus has been working on this feature for many years, so I hope it can take it one step further when the OnePlus 8. Pro launches.
If you do not know, OnePlus 8 Pro is reported to bewill be equipped with a 6.65-inch curved Fluid AMOLED display with a refresh rate of 120 Hz. Undoubtedly, the increase in frequency will occur due to battery life, although users should be able to lower the refresh rate to 90 Hz and 60 Hz. Despite this, this change will allow OnePlus to directly compete with Samsung and the Galaxy S20 series with a frequency of 120 Hz.
In the camera department, OnePlus is also expected to make some changes. They will include an upgraded main camera in combination with the new wide-angle and 3x telephoto lenses.
They say that for better competition with moreThe ToF sensor was used by the expensive flagships in the portrait department. Inside the OnePlus, it is believed that a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 phone is installed. This chipset replaces the Snapdragon 855 and is expected to also be used inside the Galaxy S20 and LG G9 ThinQ and among other devices. According to rumors, 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of memory as a standard. Of course, more impressive configurations are expected with 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of memory.
OnePlus 8 Pro is expected to be officially released in April along with OnePlus 8 and the cheaper OnePlus 8 Lite.