After leading the premium smartphone space, OnePlus is gearing up to launch the next generation flagship smartphone in the market soon. Going by the Chine smartphone maker's typical tradition, the arrival of the new flagship smartphone is months away. The company has already confirmed that OnePlus will be powered by the latest Snapdragon 855 chipset from Qualcomm. And, we also know that the company will not be introducing wireless charging on OnePlus 7 device. Ahead of any official details, the render images of the upcoming OnePlus 7 device has been leaked online that reveals the design aspect, courtesy of OnLeaks and PriceBaba. OnePlus 7 Flagship Smartphone Not Coming With Wireless Charging, Says CEO Pete Lau.
Going by the leaked images, the Chinese phone maker will be adopting all- display design with a pop-up selfie camera similar to the one seen on Vivo Nex. The images also reveal that the device will carry a triple rear camera module. The images also hint that there will be no notch on the display this-time-around. Instead, the company will be adopting all-display screen with pop-up selfie camera setup with slight chin at the bottom.
At the rear, the smartphone gets vertically aligned triple camera module at the back with an LED flash light positioned below. The rear section of the phone is a glass panel that gives a glossy and reflective look. The render images further reveal that the volume rockers are positioned on the left side of the device while the toggle switch and power button is fitted on the right.
Moreover, the SIM tray ejects from the left side of the phone whereas the speaker grille, microphone and USB Type C port are seen on the bottom edge of the phone. Like-wise OnePlus 6T, the conventional 3.5mm headphone jack is not seen on the device. The market reports claim that OnePlus' upcoming smartphone will carry a 6.5-inch AMOLED display offering 95 percent screen-to-body ratio.
We already know that OnePlus 7 will be offered with Snapdragon 855 chipset. It will not be a 5G device, however, the Chinese smartphone maker will be launching a dedicated 5G device later this year.