A few months ago OnePlus has launched its new phone OnePlus 6t McLaren Edition. The special edition for their current flagship. New OnePlus is planning to launch OnePlus new phone called OnePlus 7. This phone comes with 5G technology as we know only one processor in a market which supports 5G technology called Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855. A few lakes come out which say about OnePlus 7 design, specifications, price, and availability. So Let’s Explore It.
OnePlus 7’s leaks
According to leaks, OnePlus 7 hasn’t a Notch Display its full display design. While it hasn’t appeared in the image expressly, the plan proposes that OnePlus 7 could make utilization of a slider system for the selfie cameras. This case is additionally sponsored by the way that both Oppo and Vivo, OnePlus’ sister organizations, make utilization of comparative plans. As observed beforehand on the Oppo Find X and the Vivo Nex. The break likewise demonstrates a somewhat gigantic earpiece, which, based on its size, could bend over as a stereo speaker. There’s likewise a grille over the showcase, with openings cut out for sensors.
OnePlus 7 specifications
Starting at now, very little is thought about the up and coming cell phone from OnePlus. In any case, we do realize that the OnePlus 7 will don the most recent Snapdragon 855 processor. While the 6 and 8GB variations are standard now, it wouldn’t amaze in the event that they dispatch a 10GB variation just as the McLaren release. The gadget could likewise be OnePlus’ first 5G cell phone.
OnePlus 7 price and availability
For the time being, there is no word on the valuing or the accessibility of the gadget. OnePlus, for the most part, dispatches its gadgets amidst the year, around May or June. Be that as it may, with the case of being one of the first cell phones fueled by Snapdragon 855, we could see the OnePlus gadget sooner. Accordingly, we can anticipate that the gadget should dispatch prior one year from now, presumably by March. With respect to the value, the OnePlus 7 cost could be close to the $700 (~Rs. 50,000) stamp.