Purported OnePlus 8 Pro prototype with dual punch-hole display spotted

OnePlus 8 seen in the wild, hints at upcoming features

OnePlus 8 seen in the wild, hints at upcoming features

Coming to the newly spotted images of the OnePlus 8 Pro prototype, it can be seen sporting a display that is curved towards its left and right edges. We also get to see an Alert slider, as well as an OxygenOS app drawer. Notably, the unreleased phone has a dual hole-punch display, meaning the device might be packing two selfie cameras on the front.

Although we don't have concrete details on the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro, it's worth mentioning that both smartphones have been leaked multiple times in the past few days.

The camera array on the back would make one think of the OnePlus 7 or 7 Pro but the additional sensor, which makes the bump taller, is a clue that it isn't. There are also quad rear cameras, compared to the triple rear cameras of its predecessors, along with an LED flash.

Unlike the regular OnePlus branding visible on the previous phones, the OnePlus 8 Pro prototype shows the text OnePlus 5G on the back panel.

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A closer look at the images that suggests that it could be an upcoming OnePlus smartphone.

The OnePlus 7T has just launched last month to some amount of success but it seems that the company may actually be done with its next flagship.

It turns out that the teaser was actually building up to an announcement for the company's European tour which will showcase the OnePlus Piano, an instrument made up of 17 units of the OnePlus 7T Pro. It is, therefore, safe to consider its images with a pinch of salt.

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