OnePlus Z is rumored for July this year. It is likely to be the impending mid-range smartphone from the marque. The handset is rolled to feature a punch-hole display, 90Hz refresh rate, 5G support. Other rumored OnePlus Z specifications include Snapdragon 765G chipset, 48MP triple rear cameras.
If drips and rumors are anything to go by, the phone is going to be a watered-down sort of the flagship OnePlus 8. Nonetheless, OnePlus Z provisions and structures sloped so far include a punch-hole design, 90Hz refresh rate, mid-range 5G chipset, and triple rear cameras, amongst other things. So, while we wait for the presentation event, here are a few motives why OnePlus fans should wait for OnePlus Z instead of buying OnePlus 8.
OnePlus Z price will be lower
We can assume the handset’s price to be relatively more aggressive to keep up with Xiaomi and Realme phones offering specifications that are being rumored for the Z.
The OnePlus Z’s face may sport an edge-to-edge parade with the punch-hole selfie camera, which will be aligned at the top-center of the shade instead of at the corner. Moreover, the display will be flat and not curved like OnePlus 8, while the rear panel will line vertically-aligned triple rear cameras at the top right corner.
This means you get the same plane scrolling and simulations on the reasonable smartphone that you experience on the flagship
Phone will offer same software backed structures and experience as the flagship OnePlus 8 series.
You will be able to use high-speed internet without scorching a big hole on your pocket as and when 5G connectivity is made available in the country.
30T Warp fast charging
Like OnePlus 8, the OnePlus Z is also rumored to support Warp Charge 30T fast charging technology.
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Having said all that, the OnePlus Z is expected to deal similar a real-world user experience like OnePlus 8. Most of the handset’s specifications are on balance with the OnePlus’ flagship offering. The only extent where OnePlus 8 is going to be better than OnePlus Z is performance. Thanks to the Qualcomm’s flagship Snapdragon 865 SoC. This doesn’t mean the OnePlus Z’s Snapdragon 765G SoC will abate against multi-tasking and graphics-heavy games. For instance games like PubG should attest more than adequate all your day to day tasks.