Renders of the upcoming OnePlus 7 have just emerged online. Renders leaked by @OnLeaks have emerged online, suggesting some major design shifts with this year’s OnePlus 7.
Based on the renders published by PriceBaba, in collaboration with OnLeaks, it seems like this
This means that the OnePlus 7 would most likely, in fact, would definitely rely on a motor to pop the selfie camera out. If true, the reliability factor would definitely be a point to consider if the motor fails at some point a few years down the line. We’re definitely hoping that’s not the case and that the early concept renders of the OnePlus 7 with the sliding design, similar to the Mi MiX 3 become a part of the final device.
With the renders now suggesting a trio of cameras at the back, there’s a good chance that we may see the usual main, telephoto and ultra-wide shooter setup that we’ve been seeing from basically every triple-camera phone since LG’s V40 ThinQ.
For those begging to differ, it seems like the OnePlus 7 may very well carry forward the overall feel of the OnePlus 6T too. Aside from the new additions, the OnePlus 7 renders feature the usual curved back and Mirror Black finish that we’ve come to love from OnePlus. What other colors OnePlus would release alongside the OnePlus 7 is yet to be seen. However, the inclusion of a white OnePlus 7 would complete our inner hearts after OnePlus ditched the color with the OnePlus 6T last year.
These renders come after OnePlus’s Pete Lau previously confirmed that the OnePlus 7 would lack wireless charging this year as they deem their Dash Charge technology as a better way of charging the OnePlus 7.
Regarding pricing and availability, the OnePlus 7 would most definitely release during the first half of 2019. And by the looks of these renders, we’re pretty confident in saying that the OnePlus 7 may very well be revealed within the next two months. But given OnePlus’s pricing history another revision, we could only predict a price increase closing in towards the US $600 mark. Hopefully, that isn’t the case, especially with Samsung’s Galaxy S10E lurking around with its $750 price tag.