Last updated on October 20th, 2019
It’s been a while since we have been hearing a plethora of, about what OnePlus’ upcoming smartphone will look like and what kind of features it’s going to be loaded with. Now, with the latest leaked renders, we have an even better impression of OnePlus’ upcoming smartphone named OnePlus 7.
The most reliable and trustworthy leaker named @OnLeaks has shared quite a few official-looking renders indicating an overall look of OnePlus 7 as well as a 360-degree video showing it off in all its beauty.
As in our previous news, we have predicted that it’ll be a smartphone with no bezels and will not have any kind of notch – instead of transferring a selfie camera to a small pop-up tab.
On the back on the handset, there are three camera sensors alongside a flash – likely in order to manage depth-of-field and wide-angle effects.
Most of the features (physical) remain the same from its predecessor “OnePlus 6T” which comes with a single down-firing speaker, power button, volume rocker, alert slider, and a USB-C Port.
We have also discussed that OnePlus 7 will be equipped with 5G capability thanks to its Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Chipset – however, it won’t sport a wireless charging feature, alas.
So far, there is nothing much known about OnePlus 7 – but based on rumors, it’s expected to come with a 6.5-inches screen with an aspect ratio of 21:9 and a resolution which moves up from OnePlus’ love of Full HD (most probably QHD or higher).
The handset expected to house a whopping 8GB of RAM which is already on par with its predecessor and a battery is most likely to be increased to manage with the latest processing and display demands.