OnePlus 7 Leaked Renders Tip Pop-Up Selfie Camera, Triple Rear Camera Setup

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OnePlus 7 Leaked Renders Tip Pop-Up Selfie Camera, Triple Rear Camera Setup

Photo Credit: OnLeaks

OnePlus 7 renders leaked online

  • OnePlus 7 has been leaked in renders, tipping design detais
  • It is seen to sport triple rear cameras, pop-up selfie sensors
  • The phone is seen to come with USB Type-C port, no 3.5mm jack

If OnePlus is to stick to tradition, the next-gen flagship from the Chinese giant is still months away from being official. The OnePlus 7 has been confirmed to sport a Snapdragon 855 processor, but it won't pack wireless charging yet. The phone has now been leaked in renders and it reveals the design of the OnePlus 7 from all angles. According to the leak, OnePlus 7 will adopt Vivo Nex style pop-up selfie camera design and a triple rear camera setup at the back.

OnLeaks and PriceBaba have shared the latest OnePlus 7 leak-based renders, and they suggest that the phone will sport an all-display front with no notch or top forehead. The OnePlus 7, instead, is seen to adopt a pop-up selfie camera setup, and the display has a slight chin at the bottom. At the back, the phone comes with a triple rear camera setup aligned vertically, and a flash sitting beneath it. The back panel is glossy and reflective, seemingly made of glass.

The OnePlus 7 volume buttons sit on the left edge, the power and the toggle switch sits on the right edge. The speaker grille, the USB Type-C port, and the microphone are seen sitting on the bottom edge of the phone. The SIM tray ejects from the top edge, and there's no 3.5mm audio jack in sight.

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Photo Credit: OnLeaks

The report states that the OnePlus 7 screen-to-body-ratio will be at 95 percent, and the display will measure at 6.5-inches. The dimensions are tipped to be at 162.6x76x8.8mm, and with the camera bump, the thickness goes up to 9.7mm.

As mentioned, the OnePlus 7 will be powered by Snapdragon 855 processor, but not support wireless charging. It will not support 5G, and instead, OnePlus will opt to launch a separate 5G device later this year.


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