OnePlus 7 CAD Renders Leaked : This is how the OnePlus 7 Looks

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Another OnePlus design leak has popped up on the internet, confirming the previous leaks of the upcoming flagship device from the company, the OnePlus 7.

Courtesy: @OneLeaks @PriceBaba

OneLeaks and Pricebaba recently released CAD renders of the much awaited OnePlus 7. The renders show a complete bezel-less design with a pop-up selfie camera, and triple rear camera setup.

Rumors suggest that the phone will feature an impressive screen to body ratio of 95%. The display is expected to be 6.5 inches in size with FHD+ resolution.

OnePlus 7 Render
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The leaked renders also give us a fair idea about the phone’s dimensions which are 162.6 x 76 x 8.8mm, with 9.7mm on the thickest side (camera bump).

OnePlus 7 Render

The phone will also feature an under-display fingerprint sensor. It is, however, unclear whether OnePlus will stick to 6T’s optical fingerprint sensor or use the faster ultrasonic sensor, the one used in Samsung’s Galaxy S10.

OnePlus 7 Render

As far as specifications go, the phone will feature Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 paired with 6 GB of RAM for the base variant. The RAM may go as high as 12 GB for the highest end variant. OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has also confirmed that OnePlus 7 will not have wireless charging, which is quite strange for a flagship phone in 2019.

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We can expect the phone to release around Q2 of 2019, with a price tag between Rs. 40,000 to Rs. 45,000.


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