OnePlus may not be working on a foldable smartphone this season, however, the phone maker may have other surprises for its loyal fans
There has been a rumor about a OnePlus event reportedly slated for the 14th of May, and this might turn out to be an unveiling event for some of the latest flagships for the smartphone brand. If you have been anticipating for the new devices to be launched, then here are a few words from some leakers who seems to have exclusive information about the upcoming devices.
The likes of @OnLeaks/Pricebaba and Ishan Agarwal who are both known for there accurate predictions have earlier claimed that we can expect a global launch event on May 14th, with up to three variants of the device on display: the OnePlus 7, the OnePlus 7 Pro and a OnePlus 7 Pro 5G model. Amazing right? I guess one can only answer the question once the devices are reachable.
That been said, none of the above prediction should be put to heart as they not verified yet. However, further information revealed that the designs shown include a 6.4-inch OnePlus 7 with a teardrop camera up front and dual 48 MP rear camera that looks similar to the current 6T. That includes an in-display fingerprint sensor and up to 10GB of RAM like the 6T McLaren Edition, along with a Snapdragon 855 CPU and 4,150 mAh battery inside.
#OnePlus May 14th launch event: #OnePlus7 ≈ 6.4" flat display / waterdrop notch front camera / dual rear camera with 48MP as primary #OnePlus7Pro ≈ 6.64" curved display / pop-up front camera / triple rear camera with 48MP as primary + Telephoto + Ultra Wide#OnePlus7PRO5G pic.twitter.com/zGic9AQdVx
— Steve H.McFly (@OnLeaks) April 16, 2019
In addition, the OnePlus 7 Pro specs, similar to earlier leaks, confirming it as the larger one, at 6.64-inches with a notchless curved glass design. The Pro also host a pop-up camera, as well as a triple rear 48 MP camera setup that uses its additional lenses for telephoto and ultrawide pictures as seen in the above tweet. Finally, according to @OnLeaks, there will also be a 5G-ready variant of the Pro. It all sounds so real until the mention of the 5G feature, not because it is impossible for OnePlus to achieve, but it feels like it is too early, however, seeing the likes of Samsung and Motorola to have adopted it already, then it may not be a big deal after all.