Earlier this year, Pricebaba brought you exclusive renders of the OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro in association with the notable tipster OnLeaks. Both smartphones were launched in May this year, and their successors, the OnePlus 7T and 7T Pro, are tipped to go official on September 26th alongside the OnePlus TV. Ahead of the launch, we’ve collaborated with OnLeaks once again to bring you exclusive 5K renders and a 360-degree video of the upcoming OnePlus 7T. OnLeaks also mentions that OnePlus will launch a OnePlus 7T McLaren “Senna” Edition, although he didn’t share any details regarding this device.
Just yesterday, we saw leaked sketches of the OnePlus 7T’s back panel with a circular camera module, and now, we can confirm that this is accurate. OnLeaks’ renders reveal a circular camera bump for the 7T, which has three cameras placed horizontally in a single line, with the dual LED flash below. The cameras are separated by angular lines that look a tad out of place. Notably, the OnePlus 7 (review) featured dual cameras, so this is a significant update for the 7T. The back panel is curved and made of glass just like its predecessor, and features the OnePlus logo in the centre.
Moving to the front, many users might be disappointed that the OnePlus 7T retains the waterdrop notch and flat display of its predecessor. OnLeaks confirms that the display measures roughly 6.5-inches (rectangular measurement) or 6.4-inches (rounded corners measurement). The dimensions of the phone are 161.2 x 74.5 x 8.3mm. There’s a single selfie camera inside the notch.
As for the ports and buttons, you get the power button and alert slider on the right side, and the volume rocker on the left. The bottom edge is home to the USB Type-C port, loudspeaker grill and ejectable SIM card tray. There’s an earpiece right above the notch, and a secondary microphone on the top edge.
As of now, not much else is known about the OnePlus 7T. We can expect it to be powered by the Snapdragon 855+ chipset, and come with up to 8GB RAM and up to 256GB of non-expandable storage. The screen is likely to be a full HD+ Optic AMOLED panel.
Both the in-screen fingerprint sensor and face unlock options are a given, as is OxygenOS based on Android 9 Pie, which will likely be upgraded to Android 10 soon after launch. The OnePlus 7 featured a 48MP Sony IMX586 primary camera, assisted by a 5MP depth sensor, so the third camera on the 7T could either be a wide-angle or telephoto lens. These specifications are just speculation at this point, but with the launch drawing close, we won’t have to wait long for details.