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OnePlus 7T Pro October 15 launch reports denied by a new report

13 August 2019 0

In the past few hours, there have been reports from different media publications claiming that the OnePlus 7T Pro flagship will be unveiled on October 15th. The source of these reports is a tweet from well-known tipster Max J. (@Samsung_News_) of All About Samsung. But as it turns out, a new report has surfaced which denies the rumored OnePlus 7T Pro launch date.

To start things off, the tipster Max J. tweeted a concept OnePlus 7T Pro image and mentioned October 15th as the launch date. Even though he did not offer any concrete proof to back the claim, the tweet was picked up by various publications due to his favorable track record so far.

One of the publications to pick the tweet was TechRadar but they also chose to cross-check the claim through their own sources. While the source denied October 15th being the launch day for the OnePlus 7T Pro, he could not provide any more information. It means they could not confirm when exactly the flagship will be launching or even if it will actually launch.

If we talk about other leaks, alleged OnePlus 7T Pro real-life images were leaked recently which showed no significant design change in comparison to the OnePlus 7 Pro. OnePlus has usually launched "T" variant flagships in October and November which means it would not be surprising if it does the same this time as well. But as far as doubts regarding October 15th launch date is concerned, we would suggest waiting and watching for more updates.

(last update 07 December 2019 @ 23:34)

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