OnePlus 7 Leaked Images Show Off the Pop-Up Camera & Design

OnePlus started a new trend when it launched its first-ever smartphone back in 2014. It was the first OEM to offer flagship smartphones with mid-range price tags. OnePlus has created quite an exciting buzz about its upcoming smartphone. We will see the OnePlus 7 smartphone launch in the early Q2 of 2019 with flagship features. While, we did not get to see a glimpse of the smartphone at the MWC 2019, the recent OnePlus 7 leaked images flaunt the design and the features of the smartphone.

Images of the next flagship killer have finally surfaced online after a long wait. The highlight of the smartphone is the pop-up selfie camera. Vivo was the first to introduce the concept of pop-up selfie cameras, and it looks like OnePlus is going to follow in the footsteps. The inclusion of the pop-up camera will make OnePlus 7 one of the bezel less display mobile phones.

OnePlus 7 Leaked Images Show Off the Pop-Up Camera & Design

OnePlus 7 Leaked Images: Specs Revelation

The smartphone is seen with a 6.5-inch display with curved edges. Additionally, just like its predecessor, we can expect the smartphone to feature an AMOLED display. Similarly, while the front images of the smartphone reveal a pop-up camera, the images of the rear panel reveal a triple camera setup. The image of the rear panel reveals a triple camera setup with LED flash. Additionally, the rear panel is most likely made of glass as it features a glossy finish.

OnePlus 7 Leaked Images Show Off the Pop-Up Camera & Design

Another thing we know for sure is that OnePlus 7 will run on the flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor. Earlier rumours speculated wireless charging feature. However, it has been confirmed that OnePlus 7 will not be one of the wireless charging mobile phones. On the bottom, the smartphone is seen features a USB Type-C port with the microphone next to it. But, the headphone jack is not visible anywhere on the device. Lastly, like always, the smartphone will feature a power button and alert slider on the right side.


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