OnePlus Ace 2 Pro First Look Shows Titanium Body and a Refreshed Camera Layout

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OnePlus Ace 2 Pro First Look Shows Titanium Body and a Refreshed Camera Layout | DroidAfrica
OnePlus Ace 2 Pro

Along with the Redmi K60 Ultra, OnePlus Ace 2 Pro is one of the most anticipated new smartphone release in this August. Now, thanks to Weibo blogger @Digital Chat Station, a live image of the device has been leaked, revealing what the device and it rear will look like.

As per the image, the Ace 2 Pro’s camera block is now round and flows into the side face, similar to the other smartphones in OnePlus’s 2023 lineup.

The volume rocker has also been moved from the left end to the right, where the sound mode switch was previously located. It is not yet clear if the sound mode switch has been removed completely or if it has been moved to the left side.

OnePlus Ace 2 Pro First Look Shows Titanium Body and a Refreshed Camera Layout | DroidAfrica

The inscriptions on the camera block suggest that the Ace 2 Pro will have a 50-megapixel main sensor with 1/1.56″ sensor size, an Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) system, followed by an F/1.88 aperture.

The ULTRACMOS codenamed camera module will also bundle in an ultrawide sensor. As for the built material, the rear glass panel looks glossy and is painted in a titanium color that the source says “looks better in real life than on the render.”

Based on our previous report, other rumored specs for the OnePlus Ace 2 Pro will include the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, up to 24GB of RAM, 1TB of built-in storage, and an innovative cooling system. The phone is expected to be released by the end of August.

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