OnePlus Clover with Snapdragon 460 SoC and 6000mAh battery surfaces online

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OnePlus is getting into the mass smartphone market with the introduction of an entry-level smartphone. According to an exclusive by Android Central, the premium smartphone maker is all set to enter the entry-level category with the launch of OnePlus Clover. After the introduction of the OnePlus Nord in India, this could be a huge step by the brand to address the mass appeal. Let’s take a look at the expected specifications according to the report. 

OnePlus Clover – Leaked Specifications 

The upcoming OnePlus smartphone is expected to house a Snapdragon 460 SoC, which was recently introduced in India by OPPO A53. The entry-level chipset from Qualcomm will accompany a range of entry-level features. The Clover is supposed to come with a 6.52-inch HD+ LCD display and will run on Android 10 based OxygenOS 10. 

The phone could pack a 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage with support for expandable storage via microSD card slot. On the camera front, expect a triple rear camera setup, where the primary lens will be a 13MP sensor. The other two lenses could pack a 2MP resolution sensor, each. The selfie camera details are unavailable at the moment. 

On the security front, it could come with a rear fingerprint sensor. The connectivity options might include essentials like 4G, Wi-FI, and Bluetooth 5.0. All this could be powered by a large 6000mAh capacity battery with 18W fast charging. 

The OnePlus entry-level phone is supposed to arrive in global markets including the US later this year. It could be priced around $200, below Rs 15,000 in India. 

What do you guys think of the upcoming OnePlus Clover entry-level smartphone? Should it be launched in India? What should be the price point? Let us know your feedback on the same.   

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