The OnePlus 7T has been announced, the company is now planning to release the Pro variant of the phone. On Thursday, October 10, OnePlus is holding a major event, where the device will most likely be announced. The official renders of the device have already appeared on the internet, showing the 7T Pro from all angles.
Official renders OnePlus 7T Pro appeared
Telecom insider Ishan Agarwal has posted various images of the upcoming OnePlus 7T Pro via Twitter. There are major similarities with its predecessor. The device will be initially released in Blue color.
The three cameras on the back are placed in a vertical formation. In addition to that module, there is also a small extra sensor, probably a Time of Flight sensor (ToF). That way depth is captured even better, which can be used for portrait photos or augmented reality purposes.
OnePlus again seems to opt for a completely bezel-less display with no notch, no hole punch, something that was introduced with the OnePlus 7 Pro. A hidden pop-up camera is placed at the top of the device that pops out if you want to use it. This allows you to optimally enjoy a full screen without any bezels. We again assume a high resolution (3120 by 1440 pixels) and a 90Hz refresh rate.
Regarding internal hardware, we are expecting a Snapdragon 855+, just like with the 7T. In addition, the device will be provided with at least 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. The battery would have a capacity of 4085 mAh and provide support for VOOC Charge 30T. This fast charging technology ensures that the device charges even faster than its predecessor. Finally, OnePlus has previously announced that the 7T Pro will be delivered directly with Android 10.
OnePlus event on 10 October
The Chinese manufacturer has already presented the OnePlus 7T at the end of September, but a price is not yet known. The company will announce the price on October 10, the day that OnePlus holds an event. We also expect to see the OnePlus 7T Pro there, a device that is very similar to the OnePlus 7 Pro presented earlier this year.