OnePlus 7 listed on a retailer's website with an image and full specs

Sagar, 08 March 2019

There's still some time for the OnePlus 7 to come out but we have already started hearing about this 2019 OnePlus flagship. Renders and a live image of the phone recently leaked revealing its design, and the smartphone was now spotted on a retailer's website with more information.

The OnePlus 7 has been listed on Giztop with its image and specifications. The image only shows us the front of the phone with its notch-less display. The overall design is in line with what we saw on previously leaked render, but there's a discrepancy between the two - the previous render shows volume rocker on the left with the power button and alert slider on the right, but today's image only has the power button on the right with the alert slider missing.

Furthermore, the volume buttons placed on the left are also separated. Hence, we would place our bets on the render that was leaked earlier this week by OnLeaks who's much more reliable.

The retailer has also listed specifications of the OnePlus 7 which include Snapdragon 855 SoC, up to 12 GB RAM, and Android Pie-based OxygenOS. The smartphone sports a 6.5-inch AMOLED display and has a triple camera setup at the back consisting of 48 MP, 20 MP, and 16 MP cameras. For selfies and video calls, it has a 16 MP snapper that will pop-up from the top.

The OnePlus 7 has up to 256 GB of storage onboard with a 4,000 mAh battery fueling the package. But it's worth mentioning that one section of the listing says the battery supports 44W Dash Charging, with the other saying VOOC Fast Charging which is seen on Oppo smartphones.



Reader comments

  • azer

I wonder if it will support dual frequency GPS and Galileo for more accurate positioning in urban areas. I could not find any information about it but am of the opinion it is needed.

  • Nitin

Totally agree with u ...

Yes, and I tried to explain to you that a S10+ is as good for you. Your gripe was with the annoying corner notch/camera-cutout. But when watching a 16:9 video, it is letterboxed, so you don't see it. And when playing some new games, they're ...

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