Published: Wed, April 17, 2019
Electronics | By Shannon Stone

Biggest OnePlus 7 reveal could happen on April 17, CEO teases

Biggest OnePlus 7 reveal could happen on April 17, CEO teases

Prices of all variants of the OnePlus 6T (Review) have been dropped recently in India, hinting that the release of the OnePlus 7 is just around the corner. If this information is, in fact, true, then OnePlus should start sending out media invites for the same which will essentially confirm the May 14 launch date. Plus, all the insiders agree that the OnePlus 7 will implement this new pop-up camera. However, for the first time in the company's history, it looks like there will be more than one variant of the phone. With this being said, the above information is still based on rumours and no concrete information regarding the launch has been shared by OnePlus. It is being reported that the OnePlus 7 Pro will be launched alongside the OnePlus 7 in mid-May.

Earlier, OnePlus had showcased a 5G prototype smartphone at MWC (Mobile World Congress) 2019 in Barcelona, Spain.

OnePlus TV hasn't been the buzz maker like the OnePlus 7, but it has generated quite an interest.

Meanwhile, images of the OnePlus 7 have been leaked again this time by OnLeaks in partnership with PriceBaba, which show image renders of the upcoming phones.

OnePlus appears to be playing it safer with the OnePlus 7 and is reserving the crazier design for the OnePlus 7 Pro.

On the off chance Lau doesn't reveal anything related to OnePlus 7, some theories also suggest there could be something around the OnePlus TV. There have been rumors about the OnePlus 7 featuring stereo speakers.

The cheaper OnePlus 7 variant is expected to come with a full HD+ AMOLED panel, a Snapdragon 855 SoC, and at least 6GB of RAM. "As seen on the OnePlus 6T, the OnePlus 7 is also rumored to sport 6.4" OpticAMOLED display with a waterdrop notch. The rear camera is expected to have three lenses with the primary one being a 48MP sensor.

There's no pop-up camera here.

The company is likely to ditch the traditional remote control for the TV, instead use AI for most of the functions.

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