A new leaked image confirms two new OnePlus phones, which will be codenamed Billie 1 and Billie 2.
OnePlus Nord was launched only a two weeks ago in India.
The OnePlus Nord is powered by Snapdragon 765G SoC.
Two new OnePlus phones could be in the works.
It has barely been two weeks since the launch of the OnePlus Nord, and now a new leak by trusted tipster, Max J, has claimed we could be close to seeing not one, but two new OnePlus phones becoming reality. The tipster shared through his Twitter handle what appears to be an image of two new upcoming OnePlus devices that could be launched as a part of the company’s mid-range series, Nord.
The leak confirms that the the phones are codenamed Billie 1 & Billie 2, also commonly known as Aurora. The leak reveals that the phones will come with a glass back, with one of the devices sporting a dual-rear camera setup while the other one a triple-rear camera setup around the back. This image of the phones, as Max J clarifies, is not an exact image of the phones, however, this will be very similar to the final design of the device.
It's a leak… sort of.— Max J. (@MaxJmb) August 2, 2020
Let me introduce Codename "Billie" or as we call it: Aurora.
The devices are based on our imagination but I believe they could be very close to the actual phones.
Yeah, "phones" – pluralhttps://t.co/Aa7GNBfOh9 pic.twitter.com/X7o4y5LGvc
Interestingly, this leak comes shortly after the company’s co-founder, Carl Pei, revealed that there soon could be a new OnePlus Nord device which will also be launched in the United States this time around.
The phone which has been revealed to launch later this year could be a tweaked version of the existing Nord and may just only be launched in the North American country. While Pei did not reveal much about the phone, there are already suggestions that the phone could be powered by the all-new Snapdragon 690 chipset from Qualcomm. Because of the affordable chipset, the expectation is that the new smartphone from OnePlus Nord series maybe even cheaper than the current Nord.