OnePlus 7 Pro In Blue Has Leaked In Another Live Image

May 13
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We’ve got a day left until the OnePlus 7 lineup of smartphones is official. OnePlus will launch two new smartphones this year. These are the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro. Out of the pair, it’s the latter that has seen the most leaks so far. It’s also the device that OnePlus hopes will be successful – especially in the American market. Today we’ve managed to get our hands on another OnePlus 7 Pro live image, so take a look below for the details.

Alleged OnePlus 7 Pro Live Image Leak Shows A Device In Blue And A Triple Rear Camera Setup

Right now, there isn’t much that we don’t know about the upcoming OnePlus 7 Pro. It’s confirmed that the smartphone will feature a triple rear camera setup capable of 3x Optical Zoom. At the front of the device, users will get a pop-up camera lens that is similar to the one found on gadgets by companies owned by OnePlus’ parent group.

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OnePlus will also introduce a new display design on the OnePlus 7 Pro, with the gadget being rumored to come with a display panel that has sloping edges. At the performance end, OnePlus will also introduce UFS 3.0 storage on the smartphone, which will be a nice addition despite being of limital practical benefit to the end-user.

Today we’ve got another alleged live image leak of the OnePlus 7 Pro. It shows a hefty device with a triple rear camera setup. The color appears to be blue or silver, but if you ask us, we’d hedge our bet on the device being ‘Nebula Blue’ –  a color option that has surfaced multiple times on the rumor mill.

The gadget is also rumored to feature HDR10+ support, but unlike some of the other specifications of the smartphone, OnePlus has not confirmed this detail. The gadget will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 and will feature a maximum of 12GB RAM. Additionally, it’s also expected that the OnePlus 7 Pro will have a starting price tag of approximately $799.

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