OnePlus 7 CAD renders show notch-less design and pop-up front cam

One of the notable releases we are waiting for in 2019 is OnePlus’s next flagship, the OnePlus 7. Till now only a leaked prototype indicated that the device will have a slider design for housing the front camera and other sensors. However, collaborating with Pricebaba, @OnLeaks has released the leaked details of the phone’s CAD renders.

OnePlus 7 – What do we know so far

The device showcases a pop-up front camera, much like Oppo F11 Pro. However, unlike Oppo F11 Pro, the camera will not be centered but placed offset. There will be 3 camera sensors on the back, their functionality is still unknown. But, we sincerely hope that they will be practically useful (meaning comparable performance to that gcam mod).

Now, since there won’t be any need to house the front camera on the front, there won’t be any notch. The device will be offering an impressive body to screen ratio, reaching up to 95%. The expected screen size will be about 6.5”. The resolution is not known yet, however, it is rumored that they will stick to Full HD+ for one more year. The fingerprint sensor will be in-display, but what we are looking forward to seeing is whether the company will continue keeping the same optical sensor or replace it with the advanced ultrasonic sensor like Samsung Galaxy S10.

The rest of the device specs are predictable. The device will most certainly skip wireless charging and run on Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor. We are expecting to see about 6 GB RAM and a rumored 4150 mAh battery. We can guess the other key specs, however, it’s better to wait for more relevant leaks or maybe wait for the device to release. If OnePlus sticks to their release schedule, the device is expected to be out in the next couple of months.

So, what are your thoughts on OnePlus7, the pop-up camera, the rear camera or the notch-less design? Its time to understand general public sentiments.

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