OnePlus 7T appears in leaked 360-degree CAD video

Joanna Estrada
August 25, 2019

After design sketch leaks by Evan Blass, now the OnePlus 7T render images have surfaced online. However, these two new leaks may have tipped the design of anticipated OnePlus 7T. OnePlus has chose to go with triple rear cameras for the phone, one sensor more than that of the OnePlus 7.

Talking about the cameras, the selfie shooter will likely remain unchanged, but it remains to be seen if the main camera on the 7T will be paired with a telephoto or an ultra-wide-angle lens, or both.

The extra camera is not the only difference. The cameras are in a circular housing with a bump. The cameras are arranged horizontally. In addition to that, there are also angular design lines that split the three cameras up into little triangles, with a flash sitting right below the centre camera. With the OnePlus 7T, it looks like you'll be getting one more camera, but we have no way of knowing what kind of focal lengths you're getting here. However, today's renders suggest the "OnePlus" branding along the bottom could be removed on the OnePlus 7T.

The aluminum frame of the OnePlus 7T looks not different to the one found on the OnePlus 7. It keeps the flat display of the OnePlus 7 with a cut out for the speaker at the top.

According to GizmoChina, the screen size could be 6.4-inches with an FHD+ resolution. But on the 7T, we only have a single grille, as the other one is replaced by a SIM card slot. The phone's dimensions are given as 161.2 x 74.5 x 8.3 millimeters. The rest of the phone elicits no surprise, as we see the standard set of ports and buttons, like the USB Type-C port, volume rocker, alert slide and the power button, all at their expected places. It will launch first in India alongside the OnePlus TV before launching in other markets.

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