Previous leaks already painted a picture of how different the OnePlus 7 will be from its Pro sibling, but the new specs sheet adds more details to work with. From bagging DisplayMate's A+ rating to triple rear cameras, OnePlus is promoting its OnePlus 7 Pro as the next big thing in the premium smartphone segment.
OnePlus 7 Pro, set to be launched alongside the standard OnePlus 7 on May 14, is now available for pre-ordering in India. The OnePlus 7 Pro went live on Amazon as of 12 noon on May 3.
The handset will have flaunt a waterdrop-style notched design, unlike the OnePlus 7 Pro.
If you pre-book OnePlus 7 Pro before May 7, you'll get a 6 months free screen replacement option worth Rs. 15,000. This is due to the new OnePlus 7 Pro, which is said to be providing flagship specifications and competing against other high-end flagships that come with IP rating, regardless. The base variant of OnePlus 6 was launched a year ago at Rs 34,999. The company will be hosting launch events in New York, London, Bangalore, and Beijing at the same time. This phone will be powered by the latest Snapdragon 855 Mobile Platform built on 7nm FinFET process. It is also reported that the phone will come with an in-display fingerprint sensor.
Even if OnePlus wants to use cost as a reason, fans would probably accept it if their devices are still priced competitively like its earlier models. The vanilla OnePlus 7 will feature a dual-camera setup and for the most part it will look similar to the OnePlus 6T.
Although, lens details are not known as of now, but it is likely that it will have a primary RGB camera, the second lens is a wide-angle lens and the third 8-megapixel lens is a 2x telephoto zoom lens.
According to the leak sheet OnePlus 7 Pro have 4,000mAh battery with the 30W fast charging support.
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