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Some OnePlus 7 renders features revealed
« on: March 25, 2019, 06:57:57 AM »


The eagerly awaited OnePlus 7 is going to feature a pretty high screen-to-body ratio thanks to the 16MP pop-up selfie camera that the device will sport. That feature, as well as the vertically mounted triple camera setup on the back of the phone, are clearly seen in new renders of the handset printed by GizChina. The OnePlus 7 is expected to be released some time in May.

Earlier this month an etailer prematurely posted a listing for the OnePlus 7, which included the handset's specs. So, we expect to see the phone carry a 6.5-inch AMOLED display, powered by the Snapdragon 855 Mobile Platform. Consumers can choose a model with 8GB of memory and 128GB of storage, or one with 12GB of memory and 256GB of storage. The triple camera setup on back will include a 48MP primary camera, a 20MP camera and a 5MP camera. There is a chance that Oppo's 10X lossless zoom will also be included; the two companies are brothers from the same corporate parent.

The remaining specs include a nice sized 4000mAh camera that charges quickly, thanks to the 44W Dash charging system. OnePlus touts the in-display fingerprint scanner, which it calls Screen Unlock, as the fastest on any handset. Android 9 Pie will be pre-installed along with the company's OxygenOS 9 UI. And apparently, the OnePlus 7 will start at $569.

We would imagine that given the success of the OnePlus-T-Mobile partnership, which has done quite well moving out units of the OnePlus 6T, we will see the OnePlus 7 offered by the nation's third largest carrier. This should not be overlooked because right now, OnePlus is the only Chinese phone manufacturer offering a high-end phone through a major U.S. carrier. U.S. lawmakers have branded both Huawei and ZTE as national security threats, and the U.S.-China trade war has helped the relationship between both countries deteriorate. Interestingly, the success of OnePlus in the states has led Oppo to declare last month that it is planning on invading the U.S. This isn't happening right away, but as soon as Oppo feels secure in Europe.