OnePlus 7: Exclusive renders
OnePlus recently showcased its 5G phone’s prototypes in the recent MWC 2019. The brand’s CEO Pete Lau revealed that he is indeed carrying the prototype of the upcoming flagship in his pocket but chose not to reveal it. Without any further delay, let’s get into the discussion of the first leaked renders and a 360° video recording camera of OnePlus 7.
It’s renders – To begin with, the camera module on the back of the phone has an additional Sony IMX sensor, making it a three rear camera smartphone. Rumors suggest that the phone will have an excellent screen to body ratio of about 95% or more.
From the renders, it’s clear that the company has managed to achieve this feat by using a popup mechanism for its front-facing camera.
The display of OnePlus 7 will the best at this price range as far as the flagship market is concerned. The device will measure 6.5 inches, while the resolution is not confirmed yet.
1. LENGTH – 162.6 mm
2. BREADTH – 76 mm
3. HEIGHT – 8.8 mm
4.CAMERA BUMP – 0.9 mm.
Description Of Hardware And its Features
As far as ports are concerned it will same with USB-C, along with a loudspeaker grille at the bottom of the phone.
At MWC, Lau confirmed that there will be no wireless charging support on the OnePlus 7. However, as is tradition, it is almost certain to have Dash Charging, the fastest wired charging on the market yet.
The processor will almost certainly be the latest Snapdragon 855. While the brand is already working on a 5G device, it will be different from the OnePlus 7 and will be launched at a later date.
We can expect the base variant of the OnePlus 7 to support 6 GB of RAM and up to 256 GB of internal storage. Rumors also have also suggested that the upcoming flagship will feature a 4,150 mAH battery.
OnePlus is known for launching flagship smartphones twice a year, with the regular version coming out around May-June and the ‘T’ variant releasing in October-November. The launch timeline of its 5G variant is still unknown, it’s possible that OnePlus will announce it along with the OnePlus 7.
As far as the pricing is concerned, we can expect its base variant in the range of Rs 35,000 to 45,000. However, the company has been hiking the price with every new variant, so we can expect the OnePlus 7 to be its most expensive offering yet.