The Chinese smartphone maker, OnePlus 7 is working determinantly to launch the next flagship device, OnePlus 7. In the recent few weeks, several specification and design leaks had been surfaced.
Today, a full-fledged listing has appeared on the website of Chinese retailer, Giztop flaunting its front side in an image along with its specifications. The image is matching the recently leaked 360 degree 3D render prototype of the OnePlus 7, irrespective its buttons placement.
Along with the full-view display, the device hosts a power button on the right side, and volume rockers sit on the left. It’s significantly large speaker grill is visible on the display top. Even though, the alert slider is missing from the frame. Further, it’s quite difficult to verify the pop-up camera module as nothing is visible beside its front side. The image seems quite practical, and it is possible that OnePlus should have eliminated the alert slider.
OnePlus 7 rumored specifications
Furthermore, Giztop has also listed the specifications of the device. As per the specs sheet, OnePlus 7 will carry 6.5 inch AMOLED display carrying “world’s fastest screen unlock” in-screen fingerprint sensor. OnePlus has dubbed to carry waterdrop display having a screen-to-body ratio of 91.5 percent. One of the major attractions of the smartphone is its in-display fingerprint reader. Further, OnePlus 7 will make debut with Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC which supports maximum clocking speeds of upto 2.84 GHz coupled with Adreno 640 GPU. On the camera end, its triple camera sensor module with 48MP+20MP+5MP will take place on the rear side of the device. On the front, there will be another 16MP pop-up camera sensor for selfies and video calling.
OnePlus will make it available in two different variants featuring 8GB RAM +128 GB storage and 12 GB RAM with 256 GB internal Storage. It is listed to host 4000 mAh of a huge battery which will be compatible with 44W super fast Dash charging technology. The device will run on Oxygen OS 9 aka Android 9.0 Pie. It will be compatible with almost every network carrier across the Globe.
Additionally, OnePlus founder Pete Lau has confirmed that the OnePlus 7 won’t feature wireless charging option. Already, various renders carrying punch hole display, some slipping notch have appeared in the past. We suggest you wait for the official confirmation, as the launch is not so long away.