Update: October 10, 2019 (01:00 PM ET): The OnePlus 7T Pro is now official! You can buy it directly from OnePlus.com starting on October 17. The McLaren edition of the device will be available starting November 5.
The information below about the Amazon.ae listing still rings true, as the listing is still up and live. However, you won’t be able to pre-order the device via any outlets, and OnePlus.com will likely have it sooner than any other third-party retailers.
To learn more about the OnePlus 7T Pro and the McLaren edition, click here!
Original article, October 10, 2019 (09:17 AM ET): OnePlus will kick off its London event later today, where’s it’s widely expected to launch the OnePlus 7T Pro. We’ve already seen tipsters leak the phone, but now it’s Amazon’s turn to give us the goods.
Amazon.ae has posted a OnePlus 7T Pro product listing (h/t: Android Police), despite the fact that the phone hasn’t been revealed yet. The listing also includes pictures, showing off the device in its supposed Haze Blue color scheme. These images seem to line up with previously leaked renders, down to the camera housing details and the slight chin on the front.
The retailer’s pictures also include a look at the top and bottom of the phone, and you won’t find a 3.5mm port here. This is expected given the fact that OnePlus dropped this feature from the OnePlus 6T onwards.
The Amazon product listing also notes that the phone is available with a Snapdragon 855 Plus processor, 8GB of RAM, and 256GB of storage. Other mentioned details include a 4,085mAh battery with Warp Charge 30 tech, a pop-up selfie camera, a triple camera setup (48MP primary sensor, 16MP ultra-wide shooter, and an unspecified 3x telephoto camera), and a 6.67-inch OLED screen with a 90Hz refresh rate (QHD+).
Amazon lists the price at 2,699 United Arab Emirates Dirhams (~$735), and notes that it will be in stock from October 21. This is pricing and availability for the UAE though, so these details could still change for other regions.
We’ll have to wait for the OnePlus event later today for the official news, but Amazon’s listed specs certainly seem to line up with previously leaked information.