OnePlus 7 leaked renders show pop-up front-facing camera

OnePlus 7 3D render

OnePlus 7 3D render

Most of the Android smartphone markers launched their flagship smartphones at MWC 2018.

OnePlus showcased prototypes of its upcoming 5G smartphone at MWC 2019 earlier last week.

Overnight renders of the OnePlus 7 have appeared online demonstrating said camera thus resulting in what is virtually a full screen display.

There's no word yet on when we can expect OnePlus' next flagship to land. Hopefully, this new addition is more useful than the parallax sensor on the OnePlus 6 and 6T.

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One of the biggest changes from the OnePlus 6T to this OnePlus 7 involves the front camera. The OnePlus 7, instead, is seen to adopt a pop-up selfie camera setup, and the display has a slight chin at the bottom. This year it seems that they are set to introduce the pop-up selfie camera to their lineup.

The OnePlus 7 volume buttons sit on the left edge, the power and the toggle switch sits on the right edge. While the resolution of the screen is not known yet, given the brand's love for full HD+, it's safe to assume that the display on the OnePlus 7 will also have the same resolution.

While these are leaks and might change by the time the smartphone gets launched, what, however, has been confirmed is that the smartphone will run on Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor.

The base variant of the OnePlus 7 is expected to carry at least 6 GB of RAM, which might go up to 10 or 12 GB on the high-end variant. Thankfully, the latest leak reveals what the OnePlus 7 will look like and the company has allegedly taken an interesting step towards the phone's design. Needless to say, the top executive also fielded questions regarding the upcoming flagship - OnePlus 7.

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