Apparent OnePlus 8 Pro spotted in the wild for the first time

As we edge closer to the release of the OnePlus 8, leaks are becoming floods, telling us almost everything there is to know about the phone. We’ve seen everything from the specs to the color options it’ll be available in. Now, over the weekend, a OnePlus 8 Pro was spotted in the wild on a Chinese subway, giving us blurry confirmation as to the design.

Apparent OnePlus 8 Pro spotted in the wild for the first time Apparent OnePlus 8 Pro spotted in the wild for the first time

The case may obscure the color and other details of the device, but it doesn’t hide the cameras. The number and layout all match what we’ve seen in previous renders. While we were already fairly certain previous leaks accurately represented the OnePlus 8 Pro, seeing it in real life supports them further.

Apparent OnePlus 8 Pro spotted in the wild for the first time

Like most prototype sightings, the photos are incredibly blurry, but there’s still enough detail to confirm that the other leaks are accurate. The wallpaper in the first image matches the one seen in a render of the device in green, so that color looks almost certain.

The OnePlus 8 series will be unveiled on the 14th of April, and it’s likely that we’ll be seeing many more leaks as that date approaches.

Did you like this article? You can read it and many others @ Android Police!


Here's the latest news

Everyone knows technology isn't infallible, but when it comes to contacting emergency services, your smartphone must always be at the ready. Unfortunately, an odd error prevented a Pixel 3 user from calling 911 two weeks ago, and after an internal...

Google finally knows which app to blame for Android's mysterious can't-call-911 bug

The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are almost two months old now and that should mean you’ve had plenty of time to assess your new device, assuming you bought one of the two. You all read my thoughts after...

What Life is Like With the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro

Google is always taking steps to help better protect your privacy online. For a few years now, that's included giving Android users the ability to randomize their MAC address — something that's traditionally static (and very much trackable). What started...

A long-awaited Android privacy feature is coming soon to Chromebooks

It's hard to overstate how many changes Android 12 brought to the table when it started rolling out to devices in October. From an all-new design built around dynamic theming to a massive focus on security, it's one of the...

Chrome finally works with Android 12's scrolling screenshot tool

Ever since it was revealed that the restriction on controlling the volume of Casted content with your device's volume keys was imposed for legal reasons, we've been waiting for a workaround to come into view. The Android 12L beta seems...

Android 12L beta brings back Cast audio control, but not how you were hoping
Load More
Share via
Copy link
Powered by Social Snap