OnePlus 7 Pro is arguably the most talked-about smartphone in the industry. The excitement regarding the upcoming smartphone from OnePlus is real among their fans. We now have our first look at what looks like official renders of the OnePlus 7 Pro. Also, these renders seem to be real because they are shared by Ishan Agarwal who is usually a credible source. On top of that, Roland Quandt from Winfuture.de also shared the same renders. He too is an extremely reliable source when it comes to leaks. Thus, confirming that we are indeed looking at the official renders of OnePlus 7 Pro.
Exclusive: Here is your first look at the official renders of the #OnePlus7 Pro Nebula Blue and Mirror Grey variants! Looks good, doesn’t it? Curved Screen and a triple camera setup at the back with #OnePlus written below. Your thoughts? #OnePlus7Pro #GoBeyondSpeed
Coming to the renders, the smartphone will be launched in ‘Nebula Blue’ and ‘Mirror Grey’ colour variants. Also, the renders show that OnePlus 7 Pro will have a curved display which confirms previous leaks regarding the smartphone. We can also see the triple rear camera setup on the device. This triple rear camera setup is confirmed to have 3x optical zoom as well as a wide-angle lens.
Looking at the lower-back of the OnePlus 7 Pro, we can see that it just reads ‘OnePlus’. On previous generations, OnePlus used to have ‘Designed by OnePlus’ written at this exact location. On the front, we have an almost-bezel-less display with a tiny chin. As expected, the device will have a pop-up selfie camera. Because even though the renders do not show its pop-up selfie camera in action, there is no notch or in-display selfie camera on this device.
Same as the OnePlus 6T, we will have an in-display fingerprint scanner on the OnePlus 7 Pro. However, the fingerprint scanner is most likely to be an optical one as opposed to Galaxy S10’s ultrasonic one. Apart from that, it is confirmed that OnePlus 7 Pro will have a 90Hz refresh rate which will be called “Liquid AMOLED” by OnePlus. A previous report suggested that you will be able to switch between 60Hz and 90Hz refresh rate on this device. Also, we will finally have the first Quad HD+ display on a OnePlus device with the OnePlus 7 Pro this time around.
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