OnePlus will show the "future of smartphones" at CES 2020

OnePlus recently confirmed its plans to attend CES 2020 in January and announce something "special." Many

thought that this was a hint at the launch of newwireless headphones that will compete with AirPods and Galaxy Buds. However, we hastened to conclusions. The Chinese have released a promotional video that provides a little more detail.

Posted in popular Chinese socialWeibo network short three-second video shows that the upcoming project will be called "OnePlus Concept One." The video itself doesn’t reveal anything else, but soon OnePlus released an official press release that reveals the cards a bit.

It turns out the manufacturer is going to introducean extravagant conceptual smartphone that is likely to never go on sale. Nevertheless, it will serve as a platform for previewing future technologies, which are currently being developed and adapted to future innovations from this brand. New design ideas will also be demonstrated.

It turns out that before the presentation of his firstThe OnePlus concept phone is three weeks away. We'll likely learn more information as the date gets closer. But we think there will definitely be a 120Hz display, which will grace next year's OnePlus 8 Pro, or perhaps some breakthrough camera technology.

According to the latest rumors, OnePlus is developingAn expanded range of smartphones, which will consist of three models, and not two ordinary ones. The flagship OnePlus 8 Pro will lead the company with a massive 6.7-inch curved display complete with thin frames, a small hole for a selfie camera in the upper left corner and an impressive refresh rate of 120 Hz.

All this will be accompanied by verticalinstalling a camera on the rear panel, which houses three separate sensors, including the main lens, an alternative with an ultra-wide viewing angle and a telephoto lens. Rumor has it about the laser autofocus system.

On the other hand, the standard OnePlus 8 asexpected to inherit the same camera setup without an additional laser autofocus system and ToF sensor. It will be with a slightly smaller 6.5-inch display, which is likely to have a refresh rate of 90 Hz rather than 120 Hz.

As for the technical characteristics, thenThe Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 will be used to power both phones along with Android 10 and the latest version of Oxygen. Inside OnePlus 8, a minimum of 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of memory is expected, an impressive 12/256 GB configuration can decorate the cheapest version of the OnePlus 8 Pro.

It is also expected that a thirdmodel from OnePlus — OnePlus 8 Lite and it looks like it will mark the brand's return to the mid-range segment. It will include two cameras accompanied by a pair of sensors.
This phone is expected to come witha Snapdragon 700 series chipset paired with at least 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. However, with OnePlus not competing in the mid-range segment for over four years, it is unclear what pricing strategy the company is planning for the smartphone.