Unreleased OnePlus phones left open through main URLs

Unreleased OnePlus phones left open through main URLs

Unreleased OnePlus phones left open through main URLs

Today, thanks to serial leaker Evan Blass, we saw some official URLs connected to OnePlus.com that appear to show product names and model numbers for some unreleased devices.

The OnePlus 8T series has been doing rounds of the rumour mill for a while now and we have plenty of details available on the hardware of both OnePlus 8T and the OnePlus 8T Pro. However, if these webpages of user guides are an indication, we may see the OnePlus 8T Pro after all, which is then expected to be the most powerful and expensive OnePlus handset of the year.

We're likely only a few weeks away from the expected launch of the OnePlus 8T. Along with this, the OnePlus Nord phone comes with four rear cameras and two front cameras with recording at a 4K 60 fps. There are rumors suggesting that won't happen this year. Our team've listened to stories regarding these phones existing, therefore these URLs may not be as well shocking. However, it's worth noting that OnePlus cofounder Carl Pei previously said the company planned to bring another Nord phone to North America by the end of 2020. They perform, nonetheless, back up those earlier stories. We honestly have no idea what that could be. It is actually very likely a phone because the webpage hooked up to that URL defines phone features as well as program, yet what sort of phone is actually unidentified.

With all that in mind, I'd say that this fall is going to be an exciting time for OnePlus fans, especially those who like mid-range devices. It's possible OnePlus created the URLs in anticipation of their launches, but those launches have since been abandoned.

All things considered, we can say that the OnePlus 8T Pro is real and all we need to do is wait for the leaks and render of the device to surface the internet.

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