Five unannounced devices have shown up on OnePlus’ website, as first spotted by revered leaker Evan Blass.
They are basically a part of user guides which do not reveal any information about the devices themselves. What’s interesting to note is that at least two OnePlus flagships and two mid-rangers are probably in the works, probably for an H2 release.
Looks like the OnePlus 8T Pro does exist
First up, we see a
page for the
OnePlus 8T, which is hardly surprising. The
handset will presumably flaunt a 6.55-inch display with a refresh rate of 120Hz, a quad-camera system with a 48MP main snapper, a 16MP ultrawide unit, a 5MP macro module, and a 2MP depth sensor, and the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Plus.
Next up, we see two Nord branded devices, with identifiers
N105G. Now, Nord is not a single smartphone, but a whole lineup and OnePlus has already confirmed that we will see more Nord models in the future.
We wonder if these are the same as the rumored Nord phones that are internally known as
Billie 1 and Billie 2. Per rumors, at least one of these models will be powered by the Snapdragon 690, which comes with an embedded 5G chip. The said variant is also expected to offer 6GB of RAM.
The fifth device could be a budget phone
And lastly, the website mentions a device carrying the model number
SS9805. OnePlus is said to be working on two budget devices and based on the scant information available, they could be a part of a new series.
One of these phones will reportedly be powered by the Snapdragon 660 and 4GB of RAM.
The other one will supposedly have the
Snapdragon 460 under the hood which will be mated with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. It will reportedly feature a 6.52-inch display, a triple camera system, a 6,000mAh battery, and 18W fast charging. It is expected to
Alternatively, the SS9805 could end up being a non-smartphone device.
Per previous reports, the OnePlus 8T and the aforementioned Snapdragon 460-powered handset will be launched within a month or two.
A release time frame for the other devices is not known at the moment, but looking at the dedicated pages, we can expect them to arrive soon.