OnePlus will unleash its latest flagships, OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro, in less than one week, and the device range will arrive with an excellent feature. The CEO of the company, Pete Lau, confirmed that the one plus seven series would employ USF 3.0 as a storage solution. The latest version of the Universal Fast Storage Solution will offer a performance boost when the device performs select tasks, from saving media content to loading your favorite game.
The launch date for the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro is 14 May, but the internet rumor machine continues to be hard at work. Select sources anticipate that the upcoming devices will be quite impressive; most leaks seem to reinforce this theory. OnePlus has acknowledged that the anticipated 5G mobile data standard will make an appearance on the OnePlus 7 Pro.
Below you can find some of the hottest rumors which focus on the new devices
OnePlus 7 Pro to sport revamped design
Several renders have been leaked on the internet in the recent months, hinting that OnePlus has been working on a new look. A generous, nearly bezel-free panel can be observed in most of them. Many renders anticipate that the pop-up selfies camera will be used, with the rear sporting a triple camera setup placed in the upper area of the device.
Possible OnePlus 7 Pro specs
The OnePlus 7 Pro is shaping up to be an impressive device, and the rumored specs are promising. It seems that the device will sport a generous 6.67-inch display which offers a QHD+ resolution and an excellent 90Hz refresh rate.
When it comes to hardware, the device will employ Qualcomm’s most beautiful in the form of the powerful Snapdragon 855, paired with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of built-in storage space.
The specs of the standard version have remained controversial, but some believe that it will retain the Snapdragon 855 SoC. The device will feature a lower amount of RAM and built-in storage space. Until the official announcement comes next week, we can only hope that the two devices will be great.
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