One of the most anticipated flagships of this year has just been leaked again in not just a few photos, but also a 360° video. While the first leaks showed us a slider that will make the camera pop out of the top of the device, these show a different kind of front-facing camera.
Steve H.McFly, co-owner of Slashleaks just wrote on Twitter a few hours ago the following announcement on the OnePlus 7 new leaks:
So… To celebrate my fourth Twitter Anniversary as @OnLeaks and start 2019 leaks season, here comes a lil gift as your very first look at the #OnePlus7! 360° video + gorgeous 5K renders + dimensions, on behalf of my Friends over @Pricebaba
OnePlus didn’t reveal anything at MWC about their flagship, but this leak shows us what to expect from it. It seems that the previous speculation was wrong, so the camera will pop up and not come out with a full slider.
This smartphone will be an all-screen device at 6.5 inches, and a slightly chunkier bezel at the bottom, but smaller than the one on the 6T.
The back shows a three-lens camera setup; the sides reveal volume buttons on the left and power and alert slider on the right. It also shows a USB Type-C port (no headphone jack there), speaker, and mic live on the bottom. On top, there’s another mic and the pop-up selfie camera.
What we won’t see on it is wireless charging, as announced during the Mobile World Congress.
The specs should involve top hardware, so we might see it feature a Snapdragon 855, a minimum 6GB RAM model and probably a top-of-the-line 12 GB RAM model. OnePlus 7 should also come with a bigger battery.
As for when we will be able to see the OnePlus 7 (or whatever it will be called), we could see it in May, if the company follows their 6-month cycle as they did with their previous releases. The phone maker also announced that they would launch their nearly $1,000 5G handset before the end of May, so the next device – probably the OnePlus 7, should be next!
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