- OnePlus 8T is set to launch on October 14.
- The phone has leaked online ahead of launch.
- The OnePlus 8T could get a quad camera set-up.
It is no secret that OnePlus is planning to launch the upcoming OnePlus 8T on October 14. The company had earlier announced the launch date, and along with it also teased some informations about the device. And now, to supplement the existing details, a new leak has emerged which promises to give us a better understanding about the OnePlus 8T's design.
Coming courtesy of casemaker Case-Mate, the new leak reveals part of the phone's design on their website. This is because the company recenytly posted a render image of their Soap Bubble cases for the OnePlus 8T, which also reveals the design of the phone from the back. The render shows the phone's canera module which appears to be in line with the rumours we've heard in the past.
As revealed by the render, the camera set-up does not sit in the center anymore. Instead, with the OnePlus 8T it has been moved to the side. The render image also confirms that there will be at least four sensors on the back, and a dual flash unit.
The render image leaked by the case maker does not reveal anything else. But lucky for us, much is already known about the OnePlus 8T ahead of its October 14 launch. Earlier, the dimensions of the phone had surfaced online, with latest reports claiming the device will be slightly taller and thicker than its predecessor, OnePlus 8.
Leaked dimensions show the thickness of the device would be around 8.4mm, which would increase to 9.3mm when the rear-camera bump is taken into the equation. To remind our readers, that's a small jump from the OnePlus 8, which was thinner than this device. In fact, the dimensions appear closer to those of the OnePLus 8 Pro, which as we know is slightly thicker than the OnePlus 8T.
We also have been told in the past that the OnePlus 8T will bring with itself a 48-megapixel Sony's IMX 586 primary sensor with an f/1.8 aperture including OIS, EIS similar to the 7T. There will also be a 16-megapixel f/2.2 ultra-wide with 116 FOV(Field of View) sensor. However, there may not be a telephoto lens on the device, and instead, the device may feature a 5-megapixel f/2.4 macro and 2-megapixel f/2.4 depth sensor.