OnePlus 8 T sizes and camera detail leaked.

The OnePlus 8 T is significantly thinner than the OnePlus 8 Pro. It’s set to be a little larger though.

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OnePlus 8 T smartphone will launch on October 14. The phone’s official teasers and several leaks came to the fore, exposing most of the product features. In a recent leak, the Oneplus 8 T ‘s architecture and camera sensors have leaked. If rumours are accurate, the handset could be longer and thinner than the OnePlus 8. Read-Xiaomi Mi 10 T series announced: LCD display up to 144Hz, 108MP cameras, and more

A 6.55-inch screen would shortly reveal OnePlus 8 T, the same size as the previous iteration. The OnePlus 8 T is said to have a longer, spacious build than the 8. The leaks revealed today by @OnLeaks show the measurements of the incoming OnePlus 8T. The leak reveals the handset will measure 162.8 by 75.5 by 8.4 mm, and the phone’s thickness at the popular part of the camera will exceed 9.3 mm. Also Read-OnePlus 8 Rs 3,000 cheaper now, but can you buy it before releasing OnePlus 8 T?

This will make the OnePlus 8 T marginally thinner than the 8 Pro, but larger. The explanation may be the larger 4,500mAh battery. The mobile will also be the first OnePlus system to debut high-speed 65W charging technology, which is expected to charge 58 percent in just 15 minutes, and maximum charge in just 45 minutes. Also planned to feature an OLED monitor with 120 Hz refresh rate. Soon Read-New OnePlus Nord smartphone may be N10 5 G

Another tipster gave the phone camera details. The OnePlus 8 T will feature a quad-camera system with an IMX 586 sensor from a 48-megapixel Sony. This primary sensor supports OIS and EIS functionality. The second camera would be an ultra-wide 16MP lens, with a view area of 116. Instead of a photosensor, the 8 T receives a 5-megapixel macro lens and a 2-megapixel depth sensor. Notice that OnePlus has publicly announced that the company will not launch this year’s T series Pro version.

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