OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro differences detailed

OnePlus 7 and One Plus 7 Pro differences detailed

OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro differences detailed

An abundance of leaks is nearly customary at this point, as OnePlus reportedly gears up for the release of its next flagship smartphone next month. It is likely to announce the launch of it on April 17. Plus, all the insiders agree that the OnePlus 7 will implement this new pop-up camera. Even though it is one of the most requested features by its community, the company is neglecting it for a long time. A recent report suggests that OnePlus will launch the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro on May 14.

Amazon India recently carried out its Fab Phones Fest, during which the OnePlus 6T was being offered at up to a Rs 4,000 discount, across variant.

The winter OnePlus 7 is coming.

So far, leaks paint a picture of the OnePlus 7 being a phone with a true edge-to-edge screen with no notch, a dream form factor that we have been slowly approaching. This makes it much harder to corroborate the leak, but doesn't eschew the possibility of a May launch.

These images of the OnePlus 7 come to us courtesy of the usually reliable OnLeaks, and they show us that this 2019 OnePlus flagship will look a lot like the OnePlus 6T from past year. The OnePlus 7 will have a regular selfie camera. The expectation is that a OnePlus 7 and a OnePlus 7 Pro will be revealed by the company. The company might finally come up with a stereo speaker setup. You can also expect at least 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. The secondary camera will be a 20MP sensor with an ultra-wide angle lens, while the third camera (5MP) on the rear could act as a depth sensor. While the standard variant comes with a front-facing selfie camera, the Pro variant sports pop-up selfie camera on the top. This lines up with previous rumours that OnePlus is set to join the 5G coverage race as soon as possible, but the leaker seems uncertain given that there is no additional information.

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