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Earlier this year OnePlus launched both the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro. In the run up to the launch, speculation was high that a third 'lite' handset would also debut. Clearly this didn't happen, but is the Shenzhen-based company working on a lower spec handset?
The latest leaked specifications suggest so.
It has been reported previously that OnePlus will be using the 7xx series of SnapDragon chips for the so called OnePlus 8 Lite instead of the rumoured MediaTek system on chip. Alex Alderson reports for NoteBookCheck:
"The device in question carries the model number "OnePlus AC2003". We cannot find any prior references to AC2003 but the motherboard and processor identifier reveal that the device has a Snapdragon 765G chipset. These are "lito" and "ARM implementer 81 architecture 8 variant 15 part 2052 revision 14", respectively.
"...the motherboard name "lito" correlates with other Snapdragon 765G-powered devices that have been benchmarked on Geekbench."Most Popular In: Consumer Tech
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The details from GeekBench also include the memory of the device being benchmarked. In this case it's 12 GB of RAM. Given the current OnePlus 8 series handsets offer 8 GB or 12 GB of RAM, it's a good guess that this new handset will also have these two options.
Qualcomm's SnapDragon 765G is a step down from the flagship SnapDragon 865. Know Your Mobile has a good run-down of the differences, noting that in day-to-day tasks the 765G is more than sufficient:
"Whether you’re talking about banal tasks or high-end gaming, the Snapdragon 865 is the more capable SoC – and this is why it is more expensive. In the real world, the difference might be more subtle which is why Google is opting to use the 765G inside its Pixel 5. Still, from a pure spec basis, the 865 has the 765G well and truly whipped."
It is also slightly cheaper.
Which means it is perfectly suited to a mid-range device, such as the presumptively named OnePlus Z. The question now - assuming that the handset will be released this time around - is when we'll see any launch.
Source : https://www.forbes.com/sites/ewanspence/2020/06/04/oneplus-z-oneplus-8-pro-new-leak-rumor-specs-benchmark-mediatek-snapdragon/