Images purporting showing the OnePlus 7 have leaked online, which suggest the upcoming phone would have a pop-up selfie camera rather than the static front-facing snapper located on the OnePlus 6.
Two photos, posted on Twitter by @Steven_Sbw, are claimed showing these devices. Both show it through the front, and we all can’t tell a great deal about the device, but there are several significant differences from your OnePlus 6 that, in the event the images are genuine, would mean the OnePlus 7 are a wide step-up looking at the predecessor.
Notable top features of the images include the minimal bezel and insufficient a notch about the display instead, the screen is surely an unbroken rectangle.
It appears the display has become flipped a single photo, by the sizes of the bezels above and below the screen being reversed from what you’d expect on any oral appliance the side buttons being around the opposite side of the device.
Images purporting to exhibit the OnePlus 7 have leaked online, which suggest the upcoming phone might have a pop-up selfie camera rather than the static front-facing snapper located on the OnePlus 6.
The not enough a notch brings with it the absence of just about any visible front-facing camera on the device. Of course it’s inconceivable that the phone wouldn’t have a selfie camera there would be no quicker method for OnePlus to halve its audience instead the unit likely features a pop-up camera as other Oppo devices do.
While the leak seems somewhat suspicious, both because in the unproven nature in the leaker and these devices’s undeniable similarities while using Find X, many with the features it shows backup rumors and leaks we’ve already heard.
We’ve heard that it’ll have no notch or bezel, and rehearse a slide-out camera, and OnePlus itself has confirmed the device will chance a Snapdragon 855 processor.
Compared with phones (we’re investigating you, LG G8 ThinQ and Samsung Galaxy S10) the OnePlus 7 hasn’t been the subject of many leaks, so there’s still a whole lot we should find out about these devices. Hopefully we’ll find out more after MWC 2019, as we’re expecting the OnePlus 7 to produce mid-2019.