OnePlus 7 Pro Will be an Ultra-Premium Offering by OnePlus, Likely to Get a Price Tag Over Rs 50,000

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The stream of leaks, rumours and speculations related to the latest upcoming OnePlus flagship, the OnePlus 7 isn't stopping any time soon. Firstly, there were the leaks about case renders which revealed how the OnePlus 7 would look and some of the major highlight of the phone like the pop-up selfie camera and the triple rear camera setup. However, as we are nearing the launch, the leaks are getting more and more specific, and there have also been leaks which reveal the OnePlus 7 design in its entirety. The exciting thing this time is that OnePlus will not remain limited to a single device launch this quarter, but actually the OEM will go ahead and launch three variants of the OnePlus 7 – the OnePlus 7 vanilla variant, the OnePlus 7 Pro which will be a superior variant as the name suggests and lastly the OnePlus 7 Pro 5G. Here are all the details about this upcoming device which we know till now.

OnePlus 7 Pro Features and Details

Now OnePlus has already become the number one smartphone brand of India last year, and it has ventured into the Rs 50,000 and above price tag with the launch of the McLaren edition of the OnePlus 6T. That should be enough for us to understand what segment is OnePlus eyeing this time. If you are looking forward to the launch of the latest OnePlus device, then you should stick through this article as we cover all that has been revealed about the latest flagship by OnePlus.

The first and foremost thing to note is that the OnePlus 7 is going to be the simpler version whereas the OnePlus 7 Pro will be a more premium offering from OnePlus time. Since the brand is expected to go against the likes of Apple iPhone XR and Samsung Galaxy S10, the phone could very well be priced around the Rs 60,000 price mark and to justify this price tag, OnePlus could go the extra mile to pack additional features and internal upgrades. Now we have already heard about the pop-up selfie camera, triple rear camera setup and more, but how OnePlus distributes these between its different variants will be the main question.

OnePlus 7 Pro Software, Camera Setup and Chipset

Another highlight about the upcoming OnePlus 7 Pro is the edge display which has been leaked in an image. The edge display on the OnePlus 7 Pro is quite similar to the one on Samsung’s edge display; however, this one has extremely thin bezels which gives the phone a premium look. Additionally, the camera set up on this device is expected to be pairing of a 48MP sensor, 16MP sensor and an 8MP sensor. Under the hood, the OnePlus 7 Pro will pack the Snapdragon 855 chipset with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. For the 5G variant, OnePlus is expected to use the X50 5G modem which will ramp up the price of the phone. On the software front, the OnePlus 7 Pro will rely on the updated version of the OxygenOS which will be based on Android 9 Pie.

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