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OnePlus 7 hands on image leaked on Weibo with pop-out selfie camera

05 March 2019 2

As the world waits for the launch of OnePlus 7, we have seen a wide range of rumors, speculations roaming around the upcoming flagship. A recently leaked image suggested a possibility of the sliding mechanism while another news speculated how OnePlus 7 might not support wireless charging. Then we had allegedly leaked images suggested towards bezel-less display in addition to 3D renders surfacing online along with 360 degree leaked videos.


Now in the latest development, a hands-on an image of OnePlus 7 appeared online showcasing a pop-out selfie camera and an edge-to-edge display with super thin bezels. The image that was posted by a fan on Weibo though got debunked quite soon as the company’s CEO Pete Lau responded in a statement which translates to the following as per a popular online tech journal,

"P traces are obvious".

Currently, there are no words as to what ‘P’ here stands for, though if we believe it to be refereeing to ‘photoshoped’, then it’s quite apparent about its authenticity. Whatever the case might be, the rumors mill will get even more intense in times to come as OnePlus 7 launch is coming closer which is expected to be unveiled around May or June.

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