Last month, we got an early look at a OnePlus 7 device with slim bezels and a pop-up camera. Now another OnePlus 7 leak has surfaced, hinting that there may be two models of the next OnePlus flagship.
New renders claim to show the OnePlus 7, and it looks a lot like the OnePlus 6T that launched last year. There’s a waterdrop notch at the top of the screen, a chin at the bottom of the screen, and a dual rear camera setup. The renders leaked by Pricebaba and @OnLeaks do show one small difference with the OnePlus 7, which is that the rear camera flash is now inside the rear cameras‘ housing rather than outside like it was on the 6T.
This OnePlus 7 is said to have a 6.2-inch screen, which is a bit smaller than the 6.41-inch display on the OnePlus 6T. The OP7 is also rumored to include a Snapdragon 855 processor, at least 6GB of RAM, a 4150mAh battery, and Android 9 Pie.
So what about that other OnePlus 7 with a pop-up selfie camera? According to a leak from Ishan Agarwal, that model will be known as the OnePlus 7 Pro. Both versions are rumored to be announced on May 14th.
Rounding out today’s OnePlus news is a tweet from Pete Lau, OnePlus CEO. Lau has teased that he’ll have something to say regarding „the new device“ on Wednesday. „I know you guys are stoked to hear about the new device – check back to see my post this Wednesday,“ the CEO said on Twitter.
I know you guys are stoked to hear about the new device – check back to see my post this Wednesday
— Pete Lau (@petelau2007) April 15, 2019
OnePlus is known for aggressively pricing its flagship smartphones, so having a standard OnePlus 7 model with a design similar to the OnePlus 6T could allow it to have a lower starting price for the OP7 while also selling the OnePlus 7 Pro with more premium features (like slimmer bezels and a pop-up selfie cam) and a higher price. The good news is that, if the rumors are true, we’re only one month away from everything being revealed.
Based on the leaks we’ve seen so far, are you more interested in the OnePlus 7 or OnePlus 7 Pro?
This article was originally posted on PhoneDog