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- OnePlus H1 has confirmed that it will release the Snapdragon 888 flagship in 2021.
- It signifies the continuation of the release tradition over the years for the brand.
- Xiaomi, Oppo and RealMe also deleted Snapdragon 888 key details.
Qualcomm has revealed some details regarding its new one Snapdragon 888 Flagship processor, and we hope it will power high-end smartphones in 2021.
Now, the official OnePlus video has been posted Snapdragon Tech Summit website Snapdragon has revealed that it will release the 888-Toting flagship in the first half of OnePlus 2021.
“We believe the technological breakthrough of this flagship platform in 5G, games, camera and other aspects will contribute to the high-end flagship that OnePlus will launch in the first half of next year (the),” one executive said in a video.
It’s not surprising to hear that OnePlus works on the Snapdragon 888 flagship scheduled for this release window, as it has been a tradition for many years now. It is noteworthy, however, that this conclusion is obtained from the brand itself. We hope to get the company started OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro.
Who else is working on Snapdragon 888 flagships?
OnePlus is not the only brand to confirm the details of next year’s Snapdragon 888 phone. Realme is Teased Its race smartphone phone details and pictures. Xiaomi has announced that Redmi GMs will be launching the Snapdragon 888-Toting Mi11 “very soon” with Weeing. Adding The Redmi sub-brand also offers it.
Oppo said in an official video that its upcoming Find X flagship will be powered by SoC and will launch in the first quarter of 2021. The brand has previously confirmed that Find X3 will deliver Comprehensive support For 10-bit colors.
Otherwise, Qualcomm showed the graphic on the platform yesterday (see above), naming more device partners. Popular names on the list include Asus, Black Shark, Nubia, LG and Vivo.
It should be noted that there are no names like Google, Samsung and Sony, but we do not read much about this. For example, the 2019 edition of this graphic Google did not list RealMe or Sony, but only Google failed to offer the Snapdragon 865 series phone in 2020.