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Latest OnePlus 7 artistic render gives rumors a visual representation

26 March 2019 2

As the world awaits the launch of OnePlus 7, we have seen a wide range of rumors, speculations floating around regarding the much-awaited smartphone from Chinese smartphone manufacturer, OnePlus. The phone was seen in its first beautiful 3D artistic renders along with 360-degree video, images suggesting bezel-less display. We also saw a leaked image on Weibo in this regard suggesting a pop-up selfie shooter as well.

Now in the latest development, we’re here with yet another 3D render that envisions the beautiful OnePlus 7 in different color options. Considering the unveiling trend that OnePlus has been following for years, it’s believed that OnePlus 7 might be unveiled within two months from now.

The render covers up the majority of the rumors floating around and gives them a visual representation, though the color options might not be looking like these when it launches officially. As for now, the phone is expected to boast a huge 6.5-inch AMOLED display offering Snapdragon 855 chipset, massive 12GB RAM and a 256GB storage capacity.

Then, chances of a 16MP selfie-shooter with pop-up form factor is also a possibility. On the rear side, it is expected to sport triple camera sensor with 48MP + 20MP and a 16MP shooters making it a strong competitor to the Galaxy S10 and its other league smartphones.

Are you excited about the launch of OnePlus 7? Share your view in the comments section below

(last update 20 March 2020 @ 08:58)



Latest OnePlus 7 artistic render gives rumors a visual representation
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When we talk about rumors, that's the most trusted source at that time to get an imaginative view of the product, as long as there's no official word or image from the company.


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