19 September 2019
UPDATE (September 19th, 2019):
There is a new OnePlus 7T Pro render shared by well-known tipster @OnLeaks in collaboration with an online publication iGeeksBlog. This new render is the same as the previously reported renders of the upcoming flagship but differs in the color variant. It appears to be a Nebule Blue type of color option which we are seeing quite commonly among current-gen smartphones.
Original (August 31st, 2019)
This week started with leaks related to the OnePlus 7T and as it is coming to an end, we now have leaks related to the bigger sibling in the upcoming lineup. The latest leak comprises of OnePlus 7T Pro and OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren Edition CAD-based renders shared by well-known tipster @OnLeaks in collaboration with 91Mobiles.
In terms of design, there is little to no difference between the current OnePlus 7 Pro and upcoming OnePlus 7T Pro. It has the same full-screen display on the front along with a pop-up selfie camera. Even the dimensions are expected to be same which means there is likely to be the same 6.67-inch AMOLED display with 90Hz refresh rate.
Since the back panel has the same triple rear camera module and no fingerprint scanner, it will also have an under-display fingerprint scanner. The only major physical difference is the new Haze Blue color variant which is not available with the currently available OnePlus flagship.
The story is similar for the OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren Edition which will be a direct successor to the OnePlus 6T Pro McLaren Edition from the last year. It means it will be same as the standard OnePlus 7T Pro but with a special carbon fiber back panel and Black-Orange paint job. The main difference is that the new variant seems to be sporting the textured pattern on all of the back panel instead of just being in the center on the previous version.
OnePlus is rumored to hold an event on September 26th in India where it will launch the OnePlus 7T lineup. This is also the event where we will see the OnePlus TV getting official. There are still about three weeks for the launch and we should expect more leaks to surface in the time being.