OnePlus is relentlessly continuing its relentless teaser campaign for the 8T, a smartphone that will be fully unveiled next week, on October 14. After sharing quite a few details regarding its specs, the company has now chosen to reveal the upcoming device's design, in its latest teaser video. Here it is, ladies and gentlemen, the OnePlus 8T in Aquamarine Green.
According to the company, this version comes with a "remarkable" glossy glass back. To quote OnePlus, it "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".
The film used has seven layers to complement the high-gloss finish and bring out the unique shade between green and blue.
All this aside, what stands out is the new design of the camera island, never before seen on a OnePlus device, and quite reminiscent of Samsung's recent smartphones, as well as some from Oppo and Realme.
The OnePlus 8T will have a 120 Hz 1080p+ AMOLED screen, the Snapdragon 865 chipset, and a battery that supports 65W charging. Everything will be presented next Wednesday.
Very generic 2020 design.
I don't like how the 8T looks. It looks way too generic and the previous generations were more distinctive.
What's about the front? I dislike the 8T design. And I don't like any of the these smartphone with that spot as front camera on the screen. I don't know who need ip68 certification, who will buy a smartphone and dive it ?🤦🏽♂🤷🏾♂ this ...