Last year, OnePlus had noted the OnePlus 6 flagship smartphone in Might. Hence, it is guessed that the OnePlus 7 may go official around the exact same time this year. Reputed tipster has presently shared 360-degree renders of the phone recently to unveil its design from all sides. A leaked hands-on picture of the alleged OnePlus 7 has surfaced today to tell its design in actual.
Just as the new renders of the OnePlus 7 had uncovered, its leaked hands-on picture also displays that it will be arriving with a panel without having a notch. The upper edge of the smartphone hides a pop-up selfie digital camera. This design will allow the smartphone to offer a display space of 90 to 95 percent. The recognition option page seen in the picture confirms that the cameraphone will carry support face unlock apart from in-screen fingerprint scanner. The leak has with no reports on the technical specs of the phone.
Recent reports have unveiled that the OnePlus 7 measures 162.6 x 76 x 8.8mm. The cameraphone is coming to come with a triple digital camera option on its rear. Also, the cameraphone is expected to continue to function the in-display fingerprint sensor that was first seen on the OnePlus 6T. The Snapdragon 855 SoC may power the phone with up to 8 GB of RAM. It could come with up to 256 GB of original storage. Few gossips have claimed that it can be equipped with a 4,150mAh battery. OnePlus co-founder Pete Lau had established at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019 occasion that OnePlus 7 won’t carry support for wireless charging. On the other hand, the handset could arrive with improved rapid charging tech.
The Sd 855 SoC that will power the OnePlus 7 may not feature X50 4G 5G modem. Hence, the OnePlus 7 could not debut as the company’s initial 5G phone. It is guessed that the Chinese firm is working on a different 5G enabled cameraphone that could first public appearance some time after the OnePlus 7 phone.
There is with no confirmation on the authenticity of the flowed out picture of the phone. Hence, it is advisable to wait for further more information to confirm on its design and specs.