Here are last week’s OnePlus 8, iPhone 9, and foldable pixel patent leaks


Images, renderings and videos from upcoming smartphones are constantly leaking.

All of these leaks are often difficult to track, so we’ve compiled a list of the hottest rumors from last week. More specifically, any smartphone leak that occurred from March 28 to April 3.

During this third week of COVID-19 quarantine, we saw many leaks on the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro and some leaks on Apple’s next entry-level iPhone.


Apple’s iPhone SE – often referred to as iPhone SE 2 and iPhone 9 – is rumored to launch on April 15.

To learn more about the iPhone 9 announcement date, click here.

Apple’s online store accidentally updated a list of Belkin screen protectors to indicate that it’s compatible with the 2020 version of the iPhone SE. This handset would have a 4.7 inch screen, an A13 processor, 3 GB of RAM and 64 GB, 128 GB or 256 GB of storage.

To learn more about the list of updated versions of iPhone SE, click here.


The official boxes for the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro leaked before the possible launch of the phones later this month. The cases are available in transparent, nylon and in two variations of sandstone texture, “Sandstone Cyan” and “Sandstone Purple”. There is also a new “Karbon” case, which sports a carbon fiber finish.

To learn more about the cases, click here.

OnePlous 8 leak reports show that the phone comes in a “Glow” color variant as well as black and green.

To learn more about the OnePlus 8 and the Glow color, click here.

The OnePlus 8 Pro would have a 6.78-inch “Super Fluid Curved” screen with HDR10 + and 1400 nits of brightness. In addition, the phone has a refresh rate of 120 Hz and will include improved haptics.

To learn more about the OnePlus 8 Pro display leak, click here.


A reported mold image of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ (or Note 20 Ultra) LED View Cover housing has been released with permission from Roland Quandt. Depending on the model, it looks like the location of the handset camera will be the same as that of the S20 series. The mold also shows that the buttons are on the right side, which is different from the Note 10 series.

To learn more about the Note 20+ mold, click here.


It looks like Google is jumping on the flexible display movement. A patent issued by the technology giant indicates that the company is also seeking to patent a foldable device. The phone can fold in a way that presents the screen next to the rear-facing camera sensor, according to the patent. The patent also describes how the phone can bend at a 90-degree angle.

To learn more about Google’s flexible display patent, click here.


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