Back in mid-September, OnePlus announced the 7T, complete with a refreshed design, circular camera module on the back, 90Hz AMOLED display, and more. Its Pro counterpart, though benefiting from official confirmation by OnePlus about expected storage and RAM variants, has been missing in action, subject to an unveiling tomorrow. However, a Romanian retailer has gone ahead and listed one of the variants for sale.
What's important to note is that the images - bearing a GSMArena watermark - do differ ever-so-slightly from the look of the previous OnePlus 7 Pro, as well as not featuring the circular camera module of the 7T, although it's not clear if these are final renders or simply placeholders. What the listing does reveal is that the 7T Pro will come with an octa-core Snapdragon 855+, a fluid AMOLED 6.65-inch, 3100 x 1440, Gorilla Glass 6 display, as well as dual-sim support.
Furthermore, the camera setup on the back is listed as a 48MP+8MP+16MP arrangement, instead of the rumored 48MP+16MP+12MP. The pop-up front camera is a 16MP sensor. We can also see from the listing that the device will be equipped with a 4,085mAh Li-Polymer battery, and that it will come with Android 10 - most likely the basis of the company's OxygenOS 10.
As far as pricing goes, the 8GB RAM/256GB storage option is listed for 3,999.99 RON, which translates to roughly $924.
We'll most likely learn more about the full specs of the device, as well as more clear pricing during the event scheduled in London for tomorrow at 4PM BST.
Source: evoMAG (Romanian)