OnePlus 7 is expected to launch soon and there have already been rumors surrounding the specifications of the device. The device has been speculated to come with an edge to edge screen complimenting which would be a pop-up selfie camera. Now, some new renders and a 360-degree of the device has been leaked online by the popular tipster Onleaks in association with website Pricebaba. The new renders confirm the availability of a pop-up selfie camera in the OnePlus 7.
OnePlus introduced the infamous notch in its device with OnePlus 6 and trimmed it down to a waterdrop notch with OnePlus 6T. Now, according to the renders, the next smartphone from the Chinese smartphone manufacturer will not come with any sort of notch but will feature a full screen without any obstruction. To avoid the notch, it seems OnePlus will be going in with a mechanical pop-up front camera, the likes of which we have seen on Vivo NEX, Vivo V15 Pro. Oppo F11 Pro, which is expected to launch on 5 March in India, will also be featuring a similar camera unit. The difference is where these manufacturers are placing the camera. In the Vivo V15 Pro, the pop-up camera sits on the extreme right, on Oppo, it will be in the middle, and as the renders suggest, OnePlus is placing its pop-up camera in the middle of extreme left and center.
OEMs implement a pop-up camera in their device in order to achieve full-screen real state, however, with OnePlus 7 it does not seem to be the case as the leaked renders suggest a fairly chunky chin at the bottom of the device. Rumors have it that OnePlus 7 will come with a 6.5-inch display, which is speculated to be an AMOLED panel. The renders also show the device from the back.
The backside of the device reveals that OnePlus 7 will not be coming with a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, which is not surprising as the company has already implemented an in-display fingerprint scanner with its OnePlus 6T. The renders also show the device sporting a triple camera module at the back, making it the first device from OnePlus to come with three cameras at the back.
Notably, the OnePlus 7 will not be coming in with wireless charging support as the CEO Pete Lau confirmed the same at MWC 2019 last week. According to Lau, OnePlus’s proprietary Warp Charge technology is ‘one of the best’ and until wireless charging has been developed enough to charge devices quickly without overheating, OnePlus will not be integrating the technology in its devices. The renders also reveal the OnePlus 7 to come with its typical alert slider and power button on the right side of the device while the volume rocker is located on the left. The images also show a USB-C port along with a speaker grill on the bottom left of the device.
The OnePlus 7 has been confirmed to come with Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC and is speculated to bundle Warp Charge 30 fast charging.
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