Here are the official OnePlus 8T renders from all angles
Over the last several weeks, we’ve seen a barrage of leaks and teasers about the upcoming OnePlus 8T. And so far, we’ve learned a fair bit about the upcoming device. We already know that the OnePlus 8T will feature a flat display with a hole-punch cutout and a max refresh rate of 120Hz. The device will feature Qualcomm’s flagship Snapdragon 865 Plus chip and a quad-camera setup comprised of a 48MP primary sensor, a 16MP wide-angle sensor, a 5MP macro camera, and a 2MP depth sensor.
Furthermore, we’ve seen renders of the device that showcase a design similar to the OPPO A72. And, on top of all that, a prematurely-published Amazon listing for the OnePlus 8T has confirmed that it will feature a 6.55-inch FHD+ display. OnePlus has also gone ahead and revealed some details about the display on the device, including its touch sampling rate of 240Hz, its JNCD of around 0.3, 100% DCI-P3 color gamut coverage, HDR 10+ support, a flicker-detect sensor, 8,192 levels of brightness adjustment, and enhanced blue light filtering. The company has also shared that the device will feature a 4,500mAh battery and support for 65W fast wired charging.
Now, just a few days ahead of the launch, OnePlus has unveiled an official render of the Aquamarine Green variant of the OnePlus 8T, and Chinese e-tailer JD.com (via @Sudhanshu) has put up a listing for the device with renders that give us a clear look at it from all angles.
In a blog post on the OnePlus Community forums, the company’s CEO Pete Lau has shared a video showcasing the Aquamarine Green variant of the OnePlus 8T. Lau has also shared some interesting tidbits about the months-long process that resulted in this new finish. In the post, Lau notes:
“After exploring countless iterations with different CMFs (color, material and finish) for more than 4 months, we achieved a breakthrough and produced a remarkable glossy back cover for the new Aquamarine Green variant of the OnePlus 8T. This version takes advantage of diffuse reflection, a form of light refraction that scatters light in an expansive array of angles and directions, to produce a clean, gleaming surface that effectively mitigates the buildup of fingerprints.”
While the video shared by Lau only gives a brief glimpse of the Aquamarine Green OnePlus 8T, a JD.com listing for the device includes official renders of the new color variant from all angles.
Along with these official renders, a leaked render of the Lunar Silver variant of the OnePlus 8T has also surfaced online, courtesy of Ishan Agarwal. This color variant seems to have a matte finish, as opposed to the glossy finish of the Aquamarine Green variant.