Although there have been no confirm announcements about the OnePlus 7, there have certainly been a lot of speculations, leaks and rumours surrounding the upcoming flagship from the famous Chinese manufacturer, OnePlus. In the latest leak, a handful of renders of the OnePlus 7 case have been spotted online which give some insight into the probable design of the phone. The case renders point in the direction of a triple rear camera setup combined with a pop-up selfie camera. It is noteworthy that it isn’t the first time we hear about the pop-up selfie camera on the OnePlus 7. Also, the case renders leak comes only a day after the announcement by OnePlus CEO, Pete Lau regarding the launch of the OnePlus wireless earbuds, which will debut alongside the latest smartphone. There are also many other features of the OnePlus 7 which have been teased online.
OnePlus 7 Case Renders Leaked: Details
The alleged case renders of the OnePlus 7 come from GizmoChina, and they show a cutout for the triple rear camera on the back side and a small cutout on the top edge which will likely be assisting in the pop-up selfie camera. Additionally, the case renders have been seen to be sporting two cutouts on the left and right side as well. While the left cutouts could likely be for the volume rocker, the ones on the right are probably for the OnePlus’s signature alert slider and the power button.
In addition to the two main case renders, the site has also leaked real case images of the OnePlus 7 which comes in a polycarbonate finish instead of the leather finish. The polycarbonate case is in black, and it sports the same cutouts as the other case renders. While there have been many pointers towards the inclusion of the pop-up selfie camera and the triple rear camera setup, it is better to be wary about the pointers which the case renders give away.
Other Details About the Upcoming OnePlus 7
Also, previous rumours about the OnePlus 7 have hinted that the phone will pack the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC and it will come with a 6.5-inch display which will combine with an in-display fingerprint sensor. Also, recently OnePlus CEO, Pete Lau announced on the Chinese microblogging website Weibo that the wireless earbuds could be launched alongside the OnePlus 7. There were also a lot of speculations surrounding whether or not the OnePlus 7 would come with wireless charging since the company has been stalling the technology from its past releases. However, those speculations were wasted when CEO Pete Lau confirmed that the OnePlus 7 would also not come with wireless charging support much like its predecessors.