OnePlus 7 details may be officially revealed on April 17

OnePlus CEO Pete Lau shares his thoughts on the future projects of One Plus

OnePlus CEO Pete Lau shares his thoughts on the future projects of One Plus

There's also the 5G phone, which rumors suggest may be a OnePlus 7 Pro 5G.

We'll be getting some official details about an upcoming OnePlus device - likely the OnePlus 7 - on Wednesday, April 15, according to a tweet straight from the company's founder and CEO Pete Lau. He shared an image on Twitter which consist of the text written in Mandarin along with the launch date. While previous rumors claimed the new OnePlus 7 would arrive in May, we didn't have a precise release date.

Meanwhile, OnePlus' new phones have been leaked to death on the internet and most of the specs are already known.

Rahul, Karthik make the cut, Rayudu, Pant left out
Naturally, Prasad had to field the maximum questions on Pant's omission and the explanation was Tamil Nadu stumper's experience. The pace trio of Mohammed Shami , Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Jasprit Bumrah have also been included in the squad.

In the photography hardware, OnePlus 7 is said to boast triple camera - 48MP + 20MP + 5MP and a 16MP pop-up front snapper. Apart from the 48-MP sensor, the rear camera will also feature a wide-angle camera and a depth sensor/TOF sensor. As per earlier leaks and rumours, OnePlus 7 is expected to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor paired with 10GB of RAM. And there is a possibility that OnePlus may bring two, one a generic OnePlus 7 and a top-end OnePlus 7 Pro.

The device will also include a curved display, similar to Samsung's flagship offerings, while an alert slider will make a comeback, and once again be located above the power / lock key.

Reported by Italian news outlet Repubblica, OnePlus Chief Executive, Peter Lau, asserts smartphones are no longer enough, with TV, automotive and computers among future growth categories. He also spoke about building office products for the cloud-connected era, combined with advancements in 5G and AI.

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