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OnePlus 7 with notch-less display allegedly spotted in an Indian music video

29 April 2019 4

It seems like upcoming OnePlus 7 has already made a not-so-secretive public appearance. The OnePlus 7 has allegedly been spotted in a new Indian music video uploaded by artist Neha Bhasin on YouTube. The video has been released in collaboration with OnePlus Playback, a platform for encouraging independent artists.

In the whole video, Bhasin can be seen using a OnePlus smartphone at different points of time. While the phone looks like a OnePlus 6T from the back panel, it is the front panel appearance which makes things interesting. The flagship smartphone is shown with no notch at the top which suggests that is likely to be the OnePlus 7.

The alleged phone sports a notch-less display with minimum bezels on all four sides. It has a vertically-aligned dual rear camera setup followed by an LED flash. There is OnePlus branding and no physical fingerprint scanner on the back. It means the phone will be offering in-display fingerprint scanner like the predecessor.

In a separate leak, the OnePlus 7 Pro has been spotted on a restaurant table where one can also see OnePlus CEO Pete Lau. The alleged phone can be seen with the triple rear camera setup. It has been covered by a protective case which means there is nothing else to make out about the phone's back panel.


OnePlus has already confirmed that it will be unveiling the OnePlus 7 lineup at an event set for May 14th. It has also kicked off The Lab program to select a few fans who will get to use and review OnePlus 7 Pro ahead of the launch.

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