New renders and a 360-degree video, allegedly based on the upcoming OnePlus 7T, have been posted on the Pricebaba website, via noted gadget leaker @OnLeaks. The images show off all angles of the rumored follow-up to the OnePlus 7. They seem to be in line with previous leaks of the phone, which show a circular design on the back for the phone’s camera sensors.
The circular module, with a rather noticible bump, includes three rear cameras for the OnePlus 7T, which are arranged horizontally through the center of the circle, with a flash located below the center camera. The OnePlus 7 had just two rear cameras, so it will be interesting to find out the hardware specs for the OnePlus 7T’s triple camera setup.
The OnePlus 7T uses a teardrop notch design on the front display for its single selfie camera, according to these renders, which is similar to the standard OnePlus 7. The higher-end OnePlus 7 Pro used a pop-up selfie camera. According to the report, the dimensions of the phone will be 161.2 x 74.5 x 8.3mm, and the display could be as large as 6.5-inches.
The renders also show the power button and alert slider placed on the right side of the OnePlus 7T, with the volume button on the left. There’s a USB-C port, a SIM card tray and a speaker on the bottom, along with an earpiece and microphone on top of the phone.
A OnePlus 7T McLaren “Senna” Edition of the phone is reportedly in the works.
OnLeaks also reportedly claims OnePlus will launch a OnePlus 7T McLaren “Senna” Edition of the phone. However, details about this version of the handset were not revealed in this article. In 2018, the company released a McLaren edition of the OnePlus 6T. It included more RAM than the standard OnePlus 6T, and also a 30W “Warp Charge 30” charger for faster battery charging speeds.
As we have mentioned in our OnePlus 7T rumors article, there’s some debate online over if the company will release this phone for the U.S. market, after the launch of the OnePlus 7 Pro just a few months ago. It may only be launched in other parts of the world, such as India. It’s also possible there will be no OnePlus 7T Pro edition at all, and that the McLaren “Senna” Edition could take its place.
Hopefully, we will get more clarity from OnePlus itself about its plans for the OnePlus 7T in the weeks ahead. In the meantime, what do you think of the design of the phone, based on these renders?