The OnePlus 7 images, and specs has been leaked online, and the most recent update from OnePlus CEO states that the phone will not arrive with wireless charging.

And the OnePlus 7 new leaks shows a pop-Up selfie camera, triple rear camera setup and the company isn’t looking forward to changing its traditional design looks.

The OnePlus 7 is the official upcoming Smartphone from the Chinese company, and the successor to the OnePlus 6T was launched in 2018.

Anyways, the OnePlus 7 is still months from the official launch. It is also rumored to be powered with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor.

OnePlus 7

Unlike the Mate X, and Galaxy S10 5G with 5G network. The OnePlus 7 will not be company’s first phone with 5G, instead, they are looking forward to launch a separate 5G device later this year.

You can see the pop-up mechanism at the up front, which will definitely holds a single front-facing camera sensor.
Which is totally similar to the Vivo’s Nex style pop-up selfie camera design.

And it comes with a vertically mounted triple rear camera setup at the back, and yes, it is actually a notch-less Smartphone.

It is also expected to arrive with a USB Type-C port, and might lack a 3.5mm jack headphone.

The placement design still sits according to the expectations. It is also said, that the OnePlus 7 will also be among the top best Smartphone with screen-to-body-ratio.

And the 6.5-inches screen display is expected to boast of 95%, with a dimensions of 162.6x76x8.8mm, and thickness of 9.7mm. The phone is expected to arrive later on.

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