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  • Features and design of the OnePlus 7 Pro disclosed by a new leak


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    With the approach of the official presentation of OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro in the network, there are more details about smartphones. This time insiders shared press-renderings and a real photo of the older model, as well as detailed technical characteristics of both devices.

    OnePlus 7 Pro

    OnePlus 7 Pro

    The images above show the OnePlus 7 Pro in blue and dark gray. As expected, the Pro version will not have any cutouts or holes in the screen, and the front camera will leave the body. The display is curved at the edges, as in Samsung's flagship. On the reverse side, there is a triple camera with flash and company logo. According to reports, as the main sensor will be used 48-megapixel Sony IMX586 (lens with aperture f/1.6, OIS + EIS), and the company will make him modules on 8 and 16 MP with triple optical zoom and ultra-wide angle lens, respectively. The usual OnePlus 7 will be deprived of "width".

    OnePlus 7 Pro

    Also, insiders have revealed some of the technical characteristics of future smartphones. Interestingly, the usual OnePlus 7 will get a 6.2-inch screen, while the 6T will set the display to 6.4".

     

    Oneplus 7

    Oneplus 7 pro

    OS

    OxygenOS (Android Pie)

    Display

    6.2 ", AMOLED, Full HD +, 60 Hz

    6.64 ", AMOLED, Quad HD +, 90 Hz

    CPU

    Qualcomm Snapdragon 855

    RAM

    6 GB

    12 GB

    Main Camera

    48 megapixel + telephoto lens

    48 megapixel + telephoto lens + super wide angle lens

    Front Camera

    in the screen

    retractable

    Battery

    4150 mAh

    4000 mAh

    Charging

    USB Type-C, 30 W

    Security

    optical fingerprint scanner in display

    Dimensions

    157.7 x 74.8 x 8.1 mm

    162.6 x 76 x 8.8 mm

    Oneplus 7 and 7 Pro will be presented on may 14. According to preliminary data, the Pro-version will cost $699 for 6 + 128 GB, the 8 + 256 version will cost $749, and the top modification for 12 + 256 GB is estimated at $819.



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