OnePlus’ upcoming flagships, the OnePlus 7 series smartphones, are no secret devices. Right from the official confirmation of the launch of two models, a high-quality display to a triple camera system doing photographic duties, a lot about the devices is already known. Today, a set of leaked official renders provide a closer look at the top-tier OnePlus 7 Pro in the flesh.
From the images, the front of the device seems to sport a near bezel-less display without the presence on any form of a notch. This provides more credence to the reports that the device would feature some sort of a pop-up mechanism for the front-facing camera module. The chin, too, seems to be minimal, and indeed makes the display look immersive.
The company has been boasting about the quality of the display in its teasers and promotional materials, with rumors making the rounds regarding a 90Hz refresh rate for the 7 Pro’s display. The front of the device also seems to sport curved edges, similar to what is found on Samsung’s Galaxy flagships, or Huawei’s Mate 20 Pro and P30 Pro.
The back of the device looks minimalistic and houses the triple camera system. Rumors suggest that the main shooter would be a 48MP sensor with an f/1.6 aperture. The main lens is also supposedly both optically and electronically stabilized. A 16MP wide angle shooter offering a 117-degree view is expected to join the 8MP telephoto shooter that offers 3X optical zoom, completing the trio of sensors. The rear of the device also looks to sport a gradual blue tint..
As for other specs, the OnePlus 7 series is expected to run Qualcomm’s latest and greatest mobile powerhouse, the Snapdragon 855 processor, coupled with 6GB to 12GB of RAM, depending on the model and variant. Storage options might range between 128GB and 256GB. The display is touted to be a QHD+ resolution AMOLED panel, a first for any OnePlus device. A variant of the device that supports 5G is also expected to debut along with the standard versions.
The wait shouldn’t be long, as the company is holding a launch event on the 14th of May. Until then, it is best to take all leaks with a grain of salt.