OnePlus 7T Pro render showing the very familiar design

oneplus 7t pro render shows familiar looks image

Ahead of OnePlus’s recent release of the various 7 series model, it is bringing in other three new smartphones to the market as an addition. It will be launching Pro, non-Pro, and McLaren Edition models in the second half of the year. Although some of the models may not be available for the US market, it never hurts to be inquisitive and wants to know more about the latest technology.

According to the leaks and news, these models are very much similar to the OnePlus 7T Pro and OnePlus 7 Pro. Pete Lau, CEO of OnePlus has actually revealed the backside of the OnePlus 7T and it is the biggest shift in design since the OnePlus One. As per Onleaks and iGeeksBlog leaks, the 7T Pro is coming with a new sensor to its camera system. The camera collection is no longer in the middle of the phone in a single column but instead arranged in a circular bump like stuff.

There is a triple camera system including a 3D time-of-flight (ToF) sensor. Since we are comparing it to the OnePlus 7T pro, its similarity cannot be defied in the case of the pop-up camera. It makes the phone almost bezel-less curved- edge giving it the best screen possible.

The specification of the phone can be anytime praised which includes a 6.65-inch QHD+ screen, 8 GB of RAM, and 256 GB storage. It has an upgrade of the Snapdragon 855+ processor. The upgrade from OnePlus 7 pro to OnePlus 7T pro is indeed a small but significant step towards the growth of the company but apparently, this OnePlus model won’t be selling in the US.

There is also a scope of the OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren Edition for the US buyers who do not want the Pro model. No doubt the price of the model will be a bit on the higher side compared to the other and would be limited too. The model although has the 5G network but might remain unused for quite a time, not until the network rollout becomes more widespread.

Apart from all these, the standard OnePlus 7 Pro was recently certified as a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) phone on, but that does not have any specific meaning as such.

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