OnePlus Ace 2 Pro coming with Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 | Rumor

oneplus ace 2 pro coming with snapdragon 8 gen 2
oneplus ace 2 pro coming with snapdragon 8 gen 2

It seems that a new OnePlus smartphone from the Ace 2 line is in the works, this time the Pro model: the Chinese leaker Digital Chat Station has talked about it on the local social network Weibo in the past few hours. According to the source, the device will have one of the best and latest top-of-the-range chips out there, namely Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2; for reference, the “standard” Ace 2, released in February (opening photo), used the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1, while the Ace 2V, released in March, was MediaTek’s Dimensity 9000.

The leaker also shares some details on the display: apparently the resolution will be 1.5K, a rather peculiar wording recently seen in Oppo’s Find X6 (remember that OnePlus was absorbed by Oppo some time ago) and previously on some variants of Redmi K50. Rumors had surfaced at the time that the two companies had developed this panel in partnership, relying on BOE for production.

Assuming that the panel is more or less the same, the resolution should therefore be around 2,772 x 1,240 pixels. The source does not expressly talk about display technology, but the one seen in the two smartphones from Oppo and Redmi is OLED, so we imagine that the same applies to this Ace 2 Pro – also because, to be honest, it is now an indispensable feature in this price range. Another extremely probable hypothesis is that the maximum refresh goes at least up to 120 Hz. A fact that the source confirms is that the side edges will be curved.

For the rest there is no news. The photographic sector, it was previously said, should remain more or less unchanged compared to the “smooth” Ace 2, and the same goes for the battery. So there are triple rear cameras (50 MP main + 8 MP ultra-wide angle + 2 MP macro), 16 MP front, and 5,000 mAh battery. So far the smartphones of the Ace family have never “officially” arrived in our area, but some models are rebranded and launched with the North brand.

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