OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has shared the first official teaser for the upcoming OnePlus flagship on Twitter. Should the leaks and rumors around this phone pan out, it will actually arrive in a number of different variants: the basic OnePlus 7; a more extensive 7 Pro; and a 5G device that may also be another version of said 7 Pro.
Clearly, OnePlus is aiming at an even better software experience to make the phone smoother than ever before, while still sticking true to OnePlus' philosophy of making phones that are one of the fastest in the industry. While the regular device is expected to be called the OnePlus 7, the other higher-end device would likely called the OnePlus 7 Pro. Despite the solid track record of the tipster behind this leak, nothing is guaranteed until OnePlus CEO Pete Lau unveils the handset on-stage.
The OnePlus 7 Pro might come in this color scheme. Separately, the OnePlus 7 Pro is tipped to debut with a Quad HD+ display and 90Hz refresh rate.
Just hours ahead of the OnePlus 7 teaser, there were leaks revealing specifications of OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro.
OnePlus 7: CEO Pete Lau gives a glimpse of fast and smooth flagship phone
Another possible OnePlus 7 Pro color scheme. Notably, the headphone jack was ditched by the firm in its 2018 flagship OnepLus 6T. Most smartphones have a 60Hz refresh rate display, meaning that the display will refresh 60 times in a second. Be warned though, the teaser is pretty much a flash, and it has a 5 second reel time.
By all accounts it's the Pro model we've been getting excited about, because the standard OnePlus 7 is not thought to feature the same design improvements as the Pro. The phone is also claimed to have dual speakers and triple rear camera setup with wide-angle and telephoto lenses.
The phone will have curved edges and a full-screen display with a popup selfie camera. OnePlus 7: Likely specs The flagship OnePlus 7 is likely to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor and 6.67-inch display.More news: Kodak Black Released on $20K Cash Bond
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