OnePlus CEO Pete Lau posted a teaser on Twitter, we have a clock with the hour hand pointing at the 11. This is clearly a teaser for the planned Android 11 update, the previous OnePlus phone, but there’s been some speculation that there may be more to it than that.
Why make use of a clock to be teasing a new version of the OPERATING system. It is possible to do this with a nod and a wink to the next, Always On the type of the function. Before you get too excited, even if that is the case, there is no guarantee that this feature will be available on the older models if the hardware doesn’t support it (or at least, not in an energy-efficient way.
The 11 “on display.” 😉 pic.twitter.com/Y2prOL8Nge
— Pete Lau (@PeteLau) On July 28, 2020
Automatic document FEEDER may be an exclusive feature of the OnePlus 8T series. Speaking of which, it is possible that this is the first observation of an 8T phone on Geekbench. Pay attention to the version of the OPERATING system is Android, 11.
The chipset is “kona”, the codename for the Snapdragon 865, however, from this benchmark, it is not clear whether this is the plus version of the chip, or not (as in the T-series also makes use of the ( + ) version of the Snapdragon 800 chip, if one is available). Either way, it’s a RAM capacity equivalent to the current model is 8 GB.
OnePlus KB2001 (8T maybe?) for Android 11
Always On Display, is a feature that OnePlus has avoided for a long period of time. But it used to be the case with the wireless charging and is water-resistant ratings, the company eventually changed its mind about this feature as well?
As for the Android, 11, update it, if the company has to follow the pattern for the OnePlus 6 and a 6T, it will get it, along with all of the phones that came out after the 5 and 5T will remain on Android-10).