The OnePlus out of the missing link in the company’s 2020 timetable, as it is the model, in order to try and reduce the price to undergo, with the launch of the OnePlus for 8 and 8 Pro. In the first instance, it was thought to be called the OnePlus For 8 Lite, and the Z is still up, just later on. According to the latest mumblings on the matter, it should see the light of day in mid-July.
Today, a new rumor claims that the OnePlus Z is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 chip and not the MediaTek Dimensity 1000L, as has been suggested many times before.
At first blush, this seems to be just a case of some of the leaksters still get things wrong, but there is a catch-all explanation here. So bear with us as we move forward in the unconfirmed speculation in land.
What if the delay in the release of the new Z, it is, in fact, connected to the SoC of choice? What if, in the first instance, with the OnePlus, Z was supposed to launch alongside the 8-and-8, to the Dimensity the chipset, but in the meantime, We have found out about OnePlus, and he made it “an offer he can’t refuse” to use with the 765?
After all, the OnePlus does not include the use of Qualcomm’s chips since the company was founded, and in close co-operation with Qualcomm’s engineers, will be recommended to almost any type of event or a press briefing. So, should I just accept the fact that the company that used to be a sole supplier, it would just have to change course? Maybe they don’t.
And if that’s the case, then the time delay when the phone was originally designed around a chip, and now need to go to the house of a friend. All that work, it would probably take a few months.
The unfortunate thing here is that the Dimensity to 1000, 1000L, seems to be a lot more powerful chips, the Snapdragon 765, so as to be the last to be picked, and then let’s hope that OnePlus’ software optimization will do its best to ensure that the Z not in the sense of significantly less than 8 or 8 Pro.
As always, take this all with a good helping of salt, because it is all yet to be confirmed, at this point in time.