Notable leaker @OnLeaks has released CAD renders of the OnePlus 7, in collaboration with Pricebaba. There's no visible fingerprint reader, suggesting that the OnePlus 7 could use an in-display fingerprint sensor like the OnePlus 6T before it. What this three-camera-looking sort of system we've got is as follows: a 12MP camera with f1.5 aperture, 20MP camera with f/2.6 aperture, and a 3D Time of Flight (TOF) sensor. The OnePlus 7 will likely have a 95% - or more - screen to body ratio. The pop-out camera conveys a very similar design to the Vivo Nex (the very first phone with a pop-out or a pop-up selfie camera), which means OnePlus is once again borrowing technology from its sister company.
On the back, OnePlus 7 has nearly the same design structure as the OnePlus 6T, but only one difference is that the former will have three cameras on the back, while the former has two. While the resolution of the screen is not known yet, given the brand's love for full HD+, it's safe to assume that the display on the OnePlus 7 will also have the same resolution. The right side of the smartphone is expected to feature the alert slider and power button while the volume rocker is expected to be placed on the left.
Reiterating recent comments from OnePlus CEO Pete Lau, Pricebaba notes that the OnePlus 7 won't offer wireless charging support, nor will it revive the 3.5mm headphone jack. It would appear that we're getting one microphone on the top of the device and two on the bottom. Hence, the OnePlus 7 may not debut as the company's first 5G phone. The rest of the device looks similar to the OnePlus 6 and 6T.
We can expect the base variant of the OnePlus 7 to sport 6 gigs of RAM. For battery, we are now expecting to see an increase to 4,150mAh, up from the 3,700mAh battery found in the OnePlus 6T.
Elsewhere, the biggest point of comment is the pop-up front camera. Here is everything we know about the 9th flagship smartphone or the 10th smartphone from OnePlus. The bezels also got reduced, giving you more screen real estate. Nevertheless, we expect the OnePlus 7 to be priced under the INR 45,000 price tag at launch.