OnePlus 7 shines in CAD renders again, but this time without a pop-up camera

Sagar, 16 April 2019

Earlier last month, we were treated to CAD renders of the OnePlus 7 which gave us a look at the smartphone from multiple angles. Today, some more images of this smartphone have surfaced, but they reveal a different design.

These images of the OnePlus 7 come to us courtesy of the usually reliable OnLeaks, and they show us that this 2019 OnePlus flagship will look a lot like the OnePlus 6T from last year. The pop-up selfie camera and notchless screen we saw on previously leaked renders are gone, and they are now replaced with a waterdrop notch display.

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OnePlus 7 CAD renders

The triple camera setup that was present on the back is also replaced with a dual camera system, but other than that, the rest of the design remains unchanged.

The source reveals that what we saw back in March is likely the Pro variant, and the one we are looking at today is the standard model.

OnePlus is rumored to unveil the OnePlus 7 series on May 14, bringing a standard version, a Pro variant, and a 5G model. It remains to be seen how these phones will differ in terms of hardware.

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Reader comments

  • Anonymous

1+6T was one of the best phones of 2018 easily (taking price into account), so 1+7 with SD855 is going to be great too I just hope battery will be at least 3700, but preferably 4000 6T already nailed design, no need for gimmicks or awful...

  • Anonymous

Design is not fine They will increase the price even though they only upgraded the processor It costs more than 600 usd for base model in a lot of countries so it is not needed anymore

  • Anonymous

Design is fine, some people prefer conventional design. Both pop-up camera and a notch are fine - I've seen people complaining about the mechanism being prone to failure, but I'm still sure that in 99 cases out of 100 it's going to outlive the phone ...

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