OnePlus 8 series wireless charging dock, screen protector and case appear in new leaked images

We are just a week away from the launch of the OnePlus 8 series. So far we know almost everything about the brand’s upcoming smartphones through a number of leaks and rumours. Now, information about the OnePlus 8 lineup’s accessories is surfacing online. Today, reliable tipster Evan Blass has shared images of the screen protector, transparent bumper case and wireless charging dock of the upcoming smartphone. Recently, Blass had also revealed five case covers for the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro including Karbon Black, Sandstone Cyan, Nylon, Sandstone Purple and Sandstone Black. 

One of the leaked pictures is in line with our previous report indicating that the OnePlus 8 may come in a Glacial Green colour. Another image also reveals a new gradient colour option which looks a bit lighter compared to the Interstellar Glow. As for the Pro variant, the device will also come in Glacial Green colour along with Onyx Black and Ultramarine Blue. 

Coming to the wireless charging dock, the device will be called Warp Charge 30 Wireless Charger. The leaked image reveals a tiny LED indicator located at the bottom centre on the front. The device isn’t like a flat mat, and instead a dock that will hold the phone in an upright position. There is a circular grille at the back of the device that houses a built-in cooling fan to prevent overheating due to the fast charging speeds. Additionally, TechDroider reports that the wireless charger will charge 50 percent in 30 minutes and 100 percent in 80 minutes. It is said to feature ‘AI Sleep Mode’ that turns off the fan at night and also come with dust detection and overheating protection. While both the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro will support 30W charging, only the latter is expected to support wireless charging making it the brand’s first phone to offer this feature. 

The OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro are confirmed to come with 120Hz AMOLED displays, Snapdragon 865 with support for 5G connectivity, LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.0 storage. 

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