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OnePlus releases official renders of the 7T ahead of launch

OnePlus had revealed a few features of the OnePlus 7 ahead of the launch. Now, the brand has showcased the design of the upcoming  OnePlus 7T via a couple of press renders on its forum.

OnePlus 7T will feature a glass back panel with an attractive two-tone finish

As you can see in the photo above, the OnePlus 7T will flaunt a dual-edged glass back panel with a two-tone finish. The colour of the shade at the rear is dark on the top half and lighter towards the bottom. The renders have confirmed that the flagship will boast a triple camera setup at the back, which will be placed inside a circular module. The three cameras are placed side-by-side horizontally with a dual-LED flash unit sitting below them.

The OnePlus logo on the OnePlus 7T is placed in the middle below the camera module, while there’s the company branding towards the bottom. The matte frame of the phone has rounded corners to provide an ergonomic finish. Lastly, we can see that on the left side, there’s a volume rocker, while the right side has the power button and the alert slider. At the bottom, there’s a speaker grille and the charging port. Notably, we had already revealed you the design of the upcoming OnePlus flagship via a handful of 5K renders and a 360-degree video, and they were correct after all.

OnePlus 7T’s official renders confirm a triple camera system at the rear

“At OnePlus, we believe that design must not only be visually pleasing but also enhance the overall user experience”, said OnePlus CEO Pete Lau. “We’ve completely reimagined the camera housing this time to not only make a bold visual statement but also enable our product to fit naturally and comfortably in your palms for a seamless and premium user experience”, he added further.

OnePlus mentioned that it has finalised the design of the OnePlus 7T flagship after going through over design choices. The company will be revealing the specifications, price, and availability details at the launch event on September 26th.

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