Though it's suspiciously pictured inside a case that obscures a lot of the handset, it clearly sports the same bezel-free design as the original 7T, no doubt thanks to its motorised pop-up selfie camera.
This could mean one of two things: either the phone in the picture is the OnePlus 7T Pro or it's a prototype of the 7 Pro from before. Considering it is a photo of the "T" version of the OnePlus 7 Pro, it seems logical that OnePlus would keep the outlook mostly unchanged.
Is this the OnePlus 7T Pro?
It's not been too long since premium smartphone brand OnePlus launched the OnePlus 7 and the OnePlus 7 Pro in markets across the globe. So far, the update has only shown up for the OnePlus 7 Pro model, and considering there was no official announcement from OnePlus, it could have rolled out early by mistake.
Some of the features spotted in OnePlus' Android Q DP4 can also be brought to the OnePlus 7 Pro (and likely other OnePlus phones) by sideloading the apps distributed with the update. Max J. also suggested that he has more info, but refused to share anything just yet, as he wanted to create a bit of hype.
Without the official release notes from OnePlus, that's about all we know for now. This comes almost two months after the 9.5.7 update, which brought several improvements to the system and the camera. We're only guessing, as OPPO is a sister company to OnePlus, so OnePlus probably has access to that technology.