All these goods collide in the first phone announced with a Snapdragon 870 processor, the budget gaming vivo iQOO Neo5, starting from just the equivalent of $385 in, well, China. When a similar phone makes it out globally, it will most likely be at least 30% more expensive, as these things go, which would still be worth it, given the specs and performance.
OnePlus has already announced that it will be making phones with Snapdragon 870, and it is a part of the same parent holding company that produced the Neo5, so we keep our hopes high for something similar to come out of it.
On top of all that, the 6.62" OLED display supports HDR10+, has a 1300nits peak brightness, and is color-calibrated out of the factory thanks to the Pixelworks technology. Add huge cooling sheet, 30-minute charging, linear motors for haptics with 4D vibration, Hi-Res Audio with stereo speakers, a specialized Game box mode, and a Turbo mode that revs up the hardware, and the budget gaming phone era has officially begun. We just hope OnePlus or someone from that same holding brings it faster to this side of the pond as well.