Upcoming OnePlus 8T Expected to Ship with 65W Super Warp Charger

OnePlus 8T is assumed to ship with the 65W Super Warp charger bundled in the package. This piece of information is found out by a group of developers from XDA forum. The developers have used the OnePlus’s Android 11 Beta update.

The update contains an Engineering Mode app, which is mostly used to troubleshooting and testing specific components and features for bugs. The developers had a glance within the inside source code and captured some exceptional details about the upcoming OnePlus devices.

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OnePlus 8T 65W Warp Charger and New Color Scheme

The developers on the OnePlus 8T found that the app mentioned a Super Warp Charge fast charging solution, which can give the handset the capability and support of 65W adapter. The previous devices from OnePlus can charge the devices up to 30W. The upcoming OnePlus devices expected to launch in mid-October.

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The other sources also revealed that OnePlus registered the new 65W charger with the German certification service TÜV Rheinland which makes the rumours stronger. The present 30W charger debuted with the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition, and after that now, the company is making plans to update it.

The other brands such as Oppo, Realme in the same shell BBK Electronics have already introduced the 65W charger with their device launches this year. The upcoming OnePlus devices would come with a dual-cell battery, which is similar to the Realme X50 Pro, to lessen the risk and improve battery longevity.

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The OnePlus 8T will not only support a wired 65W fast charger but also includes the 40W wireless charging capabilities similar to the Oppo devices. Apart from that, the XDA developers have also found out that the upcoming OnePlus 8T would appear in a new Ice Blue variant.

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