• The OnePlus 8 Pro rumored to launch this March or April
  • New leaked image of OnePlus 8 Pro teases the camera setup
  • OnePlus 8 Pro may come with a  quad-camera setup 

OnePlus is rumored to launch its latest lineup of smartphones in late March or April. Before the launch, a new image showcasing the camera setup of OnePlus 8 Pro has leaked on the internet.

Leaked OnePlus 8 Pro shows the camera setup

The leaked photo reiterates the old CAD renders of OnePlus 8 Pro. According to GSM Arena, a leaked image of OnePlus 8 Pro surfaced on Twitter that shows three cameras lineup vertically in the center. There is a 3D ToF unit on the left side. And the flash is placed below the camera setup.

The phone in the leaked photo is wrapped in a protective sleeve, which is found in a new unit. And the sleeve makes it harder to determine the color of OnePlus 8 Pro’s back panel.

Talking about the camera, earlier, at the Open Ears Forum in New York, the OnePlus team shared that they will make improvements to videography experience of the existing and upcoming OnePlus devices.

Zake Z, Image Product Manager, shared the comments on the OnePlus forum in January this year. In terms of stabilization, there will be support for 4K recording in stabilization mode. “Super stabilization: Support for 4K recording; Reducing noise and improving low light quality. There are hardware limitations, but 4K super stabilization will be supported in some of our future devices,” read the comment. The users of OnePlus can expect “an upgrade both on hardware and software for auto focus” in 2020.

OnePlus calls the news reports of the online launch of the upcoming phones false

Due to the coronavirus outbreak, several businesses are suffering, and many have called off their events. Recently, reports claimed that OnePlus is going for online launch events due to the outbreak. However, the company came forward and debunked the false reports by issuing a statement.

“Reports of cancelling an offline launch event due to coronavirus are false. OnePlus has a history of hosting online and offline events, globally,” OnePlus said in a statement to 9to5 Google.

An unauthorized party may have once again accessed OnePlus customers' order information. REUTERS/Francis Mascarenhas