OnePlus 7T Pro Live Images Leaked; No major changes

The OnePlus 7 series is soaring high on the success. It sold 250,372 units in China week, whereas the Samsung S10 Plus managed to ship 23,266 units. While it’s still relatively a new device, new images of the upcoming OnePlus 7T have surfaced on the internet. The unannounced phone, although partly covered, resembles the One Plus 7 series. It can also be seen that the device is in an Android Beta Program, which means that it will definitely launch with the forthcoming Android Q.

OnePlus 7T Pro Live Images Leaked; No major changes

The OnePlus 7 Pro is winning the consumers with its 90Hz 2K display, Snapdragon 855 processor, pop-up selfie camera and a full-screen display with curves. The OnePlus 7T might improve on these factors as well as introduce some additional features.

OnePlus isn’t fooling around as the success of 6T and 7 series are driving them to propel the 7T production. The device isn’t officially announced by OnePlus but it has been their tradition to launch a better phone months after the first launch, just like Samsung handles their S series and Note series.

A reliable leakster shared some of OnePlus 7T’s images. The image clearly shows that the phone is hidden behind a cover to conceal the design but the front is visible. The display of the forthcoming phone is quite similar to that of the 7 series. It has a full-screen display that curves on the sides. This hints that the 7T will also sport a pop-up front camera.

The OnePlus 7T is expected to improve in the battery, hardware, and camera departments. Reports suggest that the phone will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus, which powers the Asus ROG Phone II. Rumors also point to revamped cameras.

Going by OnePlus’ track-record, the OnePlus 7T might launch sometime around November this year. The OnePlus 3T, OnePlus 5T, and OnePlus 6T were all launched in November, so we are still 3 months away from its official launch.


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