The shot was published and promptly removed on Weibo, but Jackytech has managed to save it before the cancellation, posting it on his Twitter account. The image shows that the OnePlus 6T successor will have a full view edge-to-edge screen with a Vivo Nex-style pop-up selfie camera design and a triple camera setup at the back. The OnePlus 7's pop-up camera is offset and not centered, which distinguishes it from the Oppo F11 Pro.
Elsewhere, the biggest point of comment is the pop-up front camera.
The design of the OnePlus 7 looks quite similar to the OnePlus 6T but this time there's no notch at the top.
Well based on new leaked photos showing OnePlus 7, it seems OnePlus made a decision to go with a potentially divisive solution for avoiding the notch: a motorised pop-up selfie cam.
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It's been just over four months since the launch of the OnePlus 6T which if you can recall, was introduced back in October 2018.
Whilst the pop-out camera appears to be bleeding-edge impressive technology, it is powered by motors, making it delicate and reducing its longevity.
27/2/19: The OnePlus 7 won't offer wireless charging support, the company's CEO Pete Las has confirmed in an interview with CNET. Here is everything we know about the 9th flagship smartphone or the 10th smartphone from OnePlus. There is a USB Type-C port and a loudspeaker grille at the bottom of the device, while the top of the device has a mic and the elevating camera mechanism. From the video, we can see that the device has a triple rear camera setup arranged vertically. It will also boast of a screen-to-body-ratio of 95 percent, and the display will measure at 6.5-inch.
The Snapdragon 855 SoC that will power the OnePlus 7 may not feature X50 LTE 5G modem.
Nowadays, you'll find wireless charging on most flagship smartphones, and some OEMs - such as Huawei and Samsung - are going a step further with reverse wireless charging - a feature that lets you use the smartphone to charge another device, er, wirelessly.