OnePlus has a reputation of releasing smartphones once in six months. The custom started crawling in with OnePlus 3T. This year, the company has released two devices; OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro (each for different demographics). The high-end variant of the two caught the attention of all the gadget freaks due to its impressive design profile.
It looks like OnePlus 7 Pro users will get a reason to disappoint themselves in a few months. The company is working on the ‘T’ version of the device. A few live images have surfaced online that indicates no major change in design.
OnePlus 7T Pro Appears in Live Photos
The company hasn’t uttered a word about their next smartphone. However, going by the tradition, we know they will bring a ‘T’ version device pretty soon. As rumors and speculations started creating buzzes online, a reliable website SlashLeaks released live images of OnePlus 7T Pro.
The image shows the front design of the smartphone. Owing to the cover it resides, the back design isn’t clearly visible. It has an all-screen display with no notches. The pop-up front camera is a possibility as well. In the photos, the phone looks exactly like its predecessor; OnePlus 7 Pro.
Excluding the live photos, all we have are a few rumors and speculations. We think the significant difference between 7 Pro and 7T Pro lies in the hardware. Underneath the hood, OnePlus is expected to feature Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus for 7T Pro. It’s an overclocked version of Snapdragon 855 that offers a slight performance boost.
Chances are the company will include an improved camera and more battery on 7T Pro. Despite having a high score on DxO Mark, 7 Pro’s cameras lag behind the flagships from other companies. That may be the reason OnePlus wants to change the camera hardware.
To recall, OnePlus 7 Pro carries a Snapdragon 855 chipset under the hood coupled with up to 8 GB RAM and 256 GB internal storage. The 6.67-inch Fluid AMOLED screen has 90 Hz refresh rate. The triple camera setup on the back houses a 48 MP primary sensor, 8 MP telephoto sensor, and 16 MP ultra-wide sensor. Upfront, it sports a 16 MP pop-up camera. The 4000 mAh battery has support for Warp Charge.
OnePlus has a tradition of releasing their ‘T’ series smartphones in November. So, we expect them to do the same this year too.