OnePlus is preparing itself for its next flagship reveal as they follow a 6 months refresh cycle. The upcoming flagship from the brand will not come with support for 5G connectivity despite the tease the brand made back in MWC 2019.
Today, leaks have surfaced from popular leakster Onleaks which reveals the design language used in the OnePlus 7. As always, there are 5K renders and a 360-degree video based on these renders. Check them out below.
The first thing that is apparently visible from the renders is the brand’s decision to use the pop-up selfie camera so that it could avoid the use of notch. This essentially means that the front of the device will look neat without any visual disturbances and thereby providing users with better viewing experience.
On the rear, a triple camera setup can be seen. The sensors used is not known yet but we hope it to be a wide-angle sensor. The screen-to-body ratio of the device will be over 95 percent. The display is most likely to measure 6.5-inches.
A Full HD+ display is expected on the upcoming flagship, just like the one seen on the OnePlus 6T. The dimensions will be 162.6 x 76 x 8.8 mm. On the camera bump, which is the thickest point, it measures 9.7 mm.
The ports and buttons will have no change and will resemble the OnePlus 6T setup. That is, USB Type-C port and speaker grill at the bottom, volume buttons on the left, power button and the alert slider on the right.
The disappointing fact about the device is that it will not support wireless charging, as confirmed by Lau on MWC. The processor used, will indeed be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855. We expect 6 GB RAM and 4150 mAh battery on the device. In terms of software, it will run on Android Pie with Oxygen OS on top. Stay tuned for more updates.