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OnePlus 7 Pro has triple rear cameras, confirms new video teaser

26 April 2019 3

We are gradually moving towards the launch of the OnePlus 7 series which will happen on May 14 in three countries simultaneously. OnePlus has talked a lot about the smooth display of the device, though the name of the device which will adorn this interesting feature has been kept more like a secret. But, it’s not tough to guess that the premium of the two would have it and if leaks are true, it will be the OnePlus 7 Pro model with a 90GHz display.

While the company feels immense pleasure in bringing the display trait into notice, the key specs haven’t been talked about. But, you can learn about them via some leaks and tips.

But as we are progressing, OnePlus seems to be dropping more insights on its yet-to-come series. The latest teaser shared by OnePlus confirms that the Pro model does include the triple rear cameras. The video teaser on Twitter is accompanied by a short description “Bells and Whistles make noise. We make phones.”

We may hear more about the device from the company itself in the coming days as the launch date is still far from us. We are curious about knowing the pop-up selfie camera of the device and we look forward to hearing from the company.

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OnePlus 7 Pro has triple rear cameras, confirms OnePlus' video teaser
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Surely, the key specs are still missing out. But it's a bit premature to talk about them. There's still time for the events to unfold.

MrXYZ Jesson

And have we spoken about the triple rear cameras in the OnePlus 7 Pro? Not yet right? This is because specs and features are unfurling step by step. And a few will definitely be out there before long.


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