This is the Upcoming OnePlus 7T With Circular Rear Camera Module and New Design

OnePlus is generally not known for revealing the full design of the smartphone, but the company has done it with the OnePlus 7T

By September 18th, 2019 AT 10:58 AM
  • The OnePlus 7T may feature a similar camera setup as the OnePlus 7
  • The Chinese company will launch the OnePlus 7T on September 26 in India

OnePlus 7T is launching on September 26 and the company just can not stop revealing more details about the handset ahead of the launch. OnePlus has now released two images of the OnePlus 7T showing the smartphone from the rear side. Yes, the rumours were right as the 7T will have circular camera module on the back. While sharing the images on Twitter, OnePlus CEO, Pete Lau says the 7T will have 4th generation matte-frosted glass. That said, the design of the smartphone looks decent, but the camera bump thickness seems to be on the higher side compared to older OnePlus phones. Also, the OnePlus 7T will have triple rear cameras this time around- a major step up from the dual-camera setup we saw on the OnePlus 7. OnePlus already confirmed the 7T would also have a 90Hz Fluid AMOLED display, similar to the OnePlus 7 Pro.

OnePlus 7T Design Revealed Officially: What You Need to Know

OnePlus is generally not known for revealing the full design of the smartphone, but the company has done it with the OnePlus 7T. For the unaware, the OnePlus 7T is launching in India on September 29 and it will be available for purchase during the Amazon Great Indian Festival sale. Going by the images, the OnePlus 7T will be available in Blue colour and it will be different from the Midnight Blue colour variant of the OnePlus 7 that was launched just a few weeks ago. Rumours says that OnePlus will call this variant of the 7T as Haze Blue and it will have a 4th generation matte-frosted glass. OnePlus is known for launching even glass back smartphones with a matte finish and that’s not going to stop.

Additionally, the images reveal the OnePlus 7T will have a triple camera on the back and the OnePlus logo is present on the bottom side of the rear panel. The OnePlus 7T will retain the alert slider and power button on the right side, whereas the volume rockers will be present on the left.

OnePlus 7T: What We Know So Far?

The OnePlus 7T will be launched alongside the OnePlus TV on September 26 whereas the OnePlus 7T Pro will go live official on October 10 in London, according to the rumours. Specifications of the OnePlus 7T have been making rounds on the web for a while now and OnePlus officially confirmed a couple of them as well. The OnePlus 7T will sport a 90Hz Fluid AMOLED display on the front, but it will be a Full HD+ panel, unlike the Quad HD+ panel we get on the OnePlus 7 Pro.

Underneath, the phone will have the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus chipset, clubbed with 8GB of RAM and maybe 256GB of internal storage. The rear cameras may include a 48MP primary Sony IMX586 shooter, 12MP telephoto lens and a 16MP ultra-wide-angle shooter. Upfront, we may see the company going with a 20MP selfie shooter. The OnePlus 7T is also said to come with a slightly bigger battery compared to its predecessor and it will have WarpCharge 30T support out of the box.

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