OnePlus unveils the name of its mobile features on its own website

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One of the companies that are trying to reinvent itself the most in recent years is OnePlus. Until two years ago, this company sold two models a year in Spain and several countries, but in 2019 they decided to expand their strategy with a wider catalog and more exclusive prices.

In 2020 they continued this trend by being among the best in every way, but have decided to bet on a terminal that they consider more reasonably priced. As the end of the year comes, the company appears to be working on new models, and they could launch up to 5 new mobile phones.

These OnePlus mobiles have appeared on the official website

Sometimes we can know what the next products of a company will be because of the leaks that some people get. But what happens when your own website unveils your plans?

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Something like this has just happened with OnePlus, which is that as Evleaks reports, the company's own website has web addresses intended for help and manuals of each model, and there are already the pages of the new models, which have the following names:

8T: https://guide.oneplus.com/oneplus8t/o2/11_0/en
8T Pro: https://guide.oneplus.com/oneplus8tpro/o2/11_0/en
Nord N100: https://guide.oneplus.com/oneplusnordn100/o2/10_5/en
Nord N105g: https://guide.oneplus.com/oneplusnordn105g/o2/10_5/en
Codename «SS9805»: https://guide.oneplus.com/ss9805/o2/11_0/en

That by the end of the year we were going to see the T versions of the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro was no surprise, as it is a launch strategy that the company has been carrying out since the OnePlus 3 back in 2016, and the company itself has acknowledged on more than one occasion that they do not plan to do so.

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The two new Nord are strangers, as it is a mobile that was presented so recently that it would be strange if it ended up being replaced. The possibilities could be a minor revision with Snapdragon 768g processor or the model we already knew and analyzed but with some modifications to the American market and others that were left out of the initial launch of the Nord.

SS9805 is something more mysterious because it doesn't even have a name. Given the current rumors, it could be one of two releases, which would have Snapdragon 690 or Clover processors, with the Snapdragon 460.

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