The new OnePlus 7 seems to be unveiled, a smartphone that should be announced by the Chinese company within a few weeks and which will further improve the experience seen on OnePlus 6T, a product that is still considered among the best Android value for money device.
It has a Vivo-style front-facing pop-up camera and a front panel that would seem to occupy almost the entire screen. Aesthetically, it does not differ much from the 6T because now the device will feature an all-display front with no notch or top forehead. The OnePlus 7 display has a slight chin at the bottom, while at the back, the device comes with a triple rear camera setup aligned vertically, and a flash sitting beneath it. The back panel is glossy and reflective, seemingly made of glass.
Obviously, the 3.5mm audio jack is missing and the lower frame is slightly higher than the upper one. The display should be around 6.4 inches, AMOLED panel, and obviously Full HD+ resolution. It will be powered by the Snapdragon 855 processor, 6GB to 12GB of RAM and 128GB to 512GB of native storage. We will see the price, probably starting from €549 and the 5G version that could be the best in terms of internal storage and RAM capacity.