Yes, we know its very early to discuss the OnePlus 8 as even the OnePlus 6T is still a few weeks away to debut. We even don’t know whether the company will launch the onePlus 8 or not as the company ditched the OnePlus 4, so there are chances it might be called with some other name, but it is sure, the company will launch the smartphone. The OnePlus 5 was launched in 2017 with standard 16:9 display after that the Oneplus 5T was launched with the 18:9 aspect ratio display. OnePlus 6 was launched a few months back, this year with a notched display like most of the smartphones of this year. The OnePlus 6T will come with a tiny notch or the waterdrop notch in a few weeks. But Now, the question comes what to accept from the OnePlus 8 that we will be seeing in almost one and half years later in 2020. So below are a few things we should accept from the upcoming OnePlus 8.
OnePlus 8 Display (No Notch) and 4K resolution with 120HZ or more refresh rate.
Following the trend of the past devices of the Oneplus as discussed above, the Oneplus 8 should come with a Notch less display. We don’t want to see a Notched display on the Oneplus 8 as it will debut in 2020 and the smartphones like Vivo NEX and Oppo Find X already has a Notchless display. So it becomes obvious for OnePlus to improve the design of the phone and so something innovative for the upcoming OnePlus 8.
OnePlus devices are mid-range flagship but onePlus has always been cutting corners by sticking to the Full HD display. But with the OnePlus 8, the company in 2020 should go with the 4K display with a refresh rate of at least 120 HZ.
Stereo Speakers :
The Oneplus 6 was and all other previous devices are equipped with just one single speaker. However, there are devices like PocoPhone F1 that comes with the stereo speakers which comes with a starting price of Rs. 20,999. So in 2019, the OnePlus should offer stereo speakers.
5G Connectivity and E-Sim
Even the Oneplus 6T is excepted to debut with the 5G connectivity. Some devices from Motorola already have support for the 5G cellular networks. So, For 2020 device it becomes legit to have support for the 5G connectivity.
The Apple has already included the E-sim on the iPhone XS, so E-sim is the future of the smartphones. By 2020 we will be seeing most of the smartphones coming with this technology. So the OnePlus 8 will also.
IP Certified (Water Resistant)
The OnePlus 6 have pretty nice design and top-notch specifications, but it is now IP certified, even it could handle a few spills. So in the OnePlus 8, we want a proper IP certification.
Wireless charging :
The Oneplus 6 feature a glass back which is the first requirement to have support for the wireless charging, but despite having the glass back, it lags the wireless charging. On the OnePlus 8 wireless charging would be a great feature, but it will definitely increase the price of the device.
In-Display Fingerprint scanner :
The upcoming OnePlus 6T will debut with the in-display fingerprint scanner as confirmed by the company. And there are lots of devices from Vivo and Oppo that already have an under-display fingerprint scanner. So for the OnePlus 8, the in-display fingerprint sensor can be confirmed at this point also but who knows the company might stick with infrared face unlock system or by that time some new authentication system may emerge.
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Snapdragon latest Procesor with at least 10GB RAM.
OnePlus 6 houses the latest Snapdragon 845 processor and the onePlus 8 will also be powered by the latest Snapdragon processor of that time. Oneplus 6 has 8 GB of RAM, so it can easily increased to 10GB by 2020. But the question is do we really need that much of RAM in a smartphone.
5K – Possibly Even 8K – Video Recording
Oneplus has always provided the best-in-class cameras on its smartphones keeping the price of the devices in mind. OnePlus 6 can record the 4k videos at 60 fps, so it not a big deal to have up to 8K video recording via smartphone in 2020. But it will also require a huge amount of storage.
The battery that lasts long :
Battery life is one of the most challenging things of the smartphones. No smartphone today can last for more than two days on normal to heavy usage. So from a device in 2020, we except something that could last at least one week or something should emerge by that time, that we never have to charge our phone. The battery charges itself with the physical movement or something like that.
So, What are your thoughts and what do you want from the OnePlus 8 ?. Do let us know in the comments section below.