OnePlus will announce the OnePlus 7T on September 26, CEO Pete Lau has confirmed (opens in new tab). But that's not all he revealed. The executive also shared some renders of the handset, confirming everything we've heard to date — there's a tri-camera on the rear and an edge-to-edge screen on the front, which wraps around either side to meet the frame in the middle. All in all, it could be OnePlus' best-looking device yet.
- Apple iPhone 11 (opens in new tab)
- Apple iPhone 11 Pro (opens in new tab)
- Huawei Mate X (opens in new tab)
- OnePlus 7 Pro (opens in new tab)
- Samsung Galaxy Fold (opens in new tab)
- Samsung Galaxy Note 10 (opens in new tab)
Noticeably missing from the announcement is the OnePlus 7T Pro. From recent leaks, we know that OnePlus is keeping the design of its new maxed-out flagship somewhat reminiscent of the current one (opens in new tab), opting for a vertical camera setup instead of the brand new circular setup found on the standard OnePlus 7T. It's also said to be retaining the pop-up camera, in lieu of the notch found on the base model.
Over the weekend, reliable tipster On Leaks revealed (opens in new tab) that the OnePlus 7T and OnePlus 7T Pro (opens in new tab) will both feature a Qualcomm-made Snapdragon+ CPU, 8GB of RAM, and a tri-camera (48MP + 16MP + 8MP). Of course, the two will differ in some respects — the Pro model is set to bundle a larger, higher resolution screen and a bigger battery. It will also come with 256GB of storage as standard, versus 128GB.