The OnePlus 7 is one of the most anticipated Android phones of the year and is presumed to build upon the solid foundation laid by the 6T.
OnePlus usually shows off its new flagships around every six months and for that reason it is expected its newest flagship could be unveiled in either May or June.
Rumours have suggested the OnePlus 7 will come with an all-screen design that has no notch at the top.
In fact, alleged renders of the product recently emerged via PriceBaba and OnLeaks and displayed the device with a pop-up front-facing camera that is sure to be controversial amongst fans.
The claimed OnePlus 7 was also shown to flaunt a triple-camera system, suggesting it could offer a major photography improvement over its predecessor.
PriceBaba stated the OnePlus 7 is anticipated to have a 6.5-inch display that could offer the same 1080p resolution as that of previous OnePlus handsets.
It was also clarified the OnePlus 7 will not be capable of delivering 5G speeds for users.
Instead, it is expected OnePlus will unveil its separate 5G flagship in full later this year.
It is presumed Qualcomm’s latest and greatest Snapdragon 855 chipset will power the OnePlus 7 and should deliver rapid performance across Google’s Android operating system.
PriceBaba also claimed the entry-level OnePlus 7 will arrive with 6GB of RAM but did not discuss how much memory the top-tier model would offer.
One of the most notable specifications discussed was a 4,150mAh battery that will supposedly be housed inside the OnePlus 7.
If true, such a unit would surely deliver more capable life than that offered by the OnePlus 6T.
The OnePlus 6T has a 3,700mAh capacity that Express.co.uk said delivered all-day life in our full review.
A 4,150mAh battery is only slightly smaller than that offered by the Huawei Mate 20 Pro that has a 4,200mAh pack.
Moreover, it is also heftier than the Galaxy S10+’s 4,100mAh unit.
While the discussed specifications will surely give Android fans reason to get excited about the OnePlus 7, it is worth noting none of the claims above have been officially discussed by OnePlus.
Instead, it is expected the Shenzhen-based firm will discuss the future of its smartphone line in the coming months.
Published at Thu, 07 Mar 2019 12:42:00 +0000