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Alleged OnePlus 7T Pro image leak shows no design change

05 August 2019 0

It has barely been two months since OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro became official but we have already started hearing whispers about the "T" successor. The rumored device in question is said to be the OnePlus 7T Pro as an alleged real-life image has surfaced online. The leak is coming from Weibo which is usually the origin of the vast majority of leaks related to Chinese products.

The alleged leaked image shows a OnePlus smartphone covered with a protected case and charging cable plugged in. It shows a design same as the OnePlus 7 series phones. If the leaked device is indeed the OnePlus 7T Pro, there does not appear to be any noteworthy design changes.


The leak does not include any information related to the specifications and features of the smartphone. But considering OnePlus' track record of releasing main flagship and a "T" version, it is safe to assume that this one will also be an incremental upgrade. It means the two devices are likely to be same for the most part except for a few changes here and there.

Since OnePlus 7 series comes with Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor, the OnePlus 7T Pro should be coming with the recently released Snapdragon 855 Plus processor. It is an improved variant of the standard Snapdragon 855 chipset with an overclocked CPU and GPU for more powerful performance. If there any more details about OnePlus' new Android flagship, we will be keeping you updated.

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