OnePlus 7 Pro in Nebula Blue and Mirror Grey renders

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OnePlus 7 Pro in Nebula Blue and Mirror Grey renders

Postby duchuy_mobile » 03 May 2019, 02:44

OnePlus' next flagship smartphone just can't stop leaking. This time around, we're treated to what seem to be official press renders prepared by the Chinese company for the OnePlus 7 Pro in two of the rumored three color versions: Nebula Blue and Mirror Grey.

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It's nice to see OnePlus finally deciding to change its policy of releasing phones in two black versions, and embrace some more color. Also new this year will be the "OnePlus" wordmark sitting on the lower part of the back to complement the company's logo which is once again very close to the camera array (and LED flash) for some, perhaps Samsung-inspired, reason.

On the front we can see that glorious dual curved display that's almost bezel-free save for a very tiny chin and rumored to come with 90 Hz refresh rate. As you may already know, OnePlus got away with not including a notch because the 7 Pro has a pop-up selfie camera.

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The fingerprint sensor is probably under the display again, since there's no visible button for it anywhere (and it's 2019 after all), while for the three rear cameras OnePlus has been rumored to finally get with the times and opt for one main wide sensor, an ultra-wide, and a tele.

The latter is confirmed to feature 3x zoom, while the main shooter is rumored to be a 48 MP sensor. The phone will be powered by the Snapdragon 855 chipset, and its price will probably start at around €700, according to past leaks. A non-Pro OnePlus 7 will launch alongside it at the company's big event on May 14.

That model will be cheaper but will also lose one rear camera, the pop-up selfie shooter (as the front facing camera gets a notch to hide in), the display curves and 30 Hz from the refresh rate (down to a normal 60 Hz), and the screen is said to be lower-res and smaller.
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