- There seem to be five variants of OnePlus Lemonade models
- The actual marketing name of the phone is under wraps for now
- OnePlus is also working on ‘Clover’, ‘Billie’, and ‘Kebab’ phones
OnePlus seems to be working on a bunch of new smartphones, ranging from entry-level to high-end. We have so far heard reports about an entry-level phone with the codename Clover, a mid-range Snapdragon 690-powered phone with the codename Billie, and the OnePlus 8T with the codename Kebab. Now, it looks there is one more phone in the works with the codename “Lemonade”. According to a twitter user OneNormalUser, there seems to be a total of five variants of OnePlus Lemonade model, called lemonade, lemonadep, lemonadept, lemonade, and lemonadev.
That’s all we know so about the OnePlus Lemonade phone as of now. There is no way of knowing whether this is a budget, mid-range, or premium phone right now. What does seem clear is that we can expect a lot of new OnePlus phones to launch in the coming months as the company seems to be done with the premium phone maker tag.
The OnePlus Billie phone is said to be powered by the Snapdragon 690 SoC and it could have around two to four variants — Billie, Billie2/2T, and Bille8/8T, according to XDA Developers’ Mishaal Rahman. The upcoming OnePlus 8T flagship, which recently surfaced on OxygenOS 11 beta 4 build, has a codename Kebab and it is said to have two models — Kebab and Kebabt. The handset is likely to be powered by the Snapdragon 865 Plus and may have 65W charging support.
Lastly, there is OnePlus Clover that was in the news off late and is touted to be the cheapest phone from the brand. It is said to come with Snapdragon 460 SoC and rumoured to cost around $200 in the US. The handset is reported to come with a 6.52-inch IPS LCD HD+ display, pack 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage, rear-mounted physical fingerprint sensor, and a massive 6,000mAh battery with 18W charging support. OnePlus Clover is said to come with the triple camera setup, consisting of a 13MP primary sensor and a couple of 2MP lenses.