New OnePlus leak shows a mystery phone, could it be the OnePlus 7?

OnePlus has had a fairly successful year. The company kicked the year off with the OnePlus 6 which was later succeeded with the OnePlus 6T. The company, later on, launched the OnePlus 6T Thunder Purple variant followed by the recent launch of the OnePlus 6T McLaren Speed Edition. Now, looking forward, the company is gearing up for the launch of the OnePlus 7. Having already announced that it’d be one of the first devices to come with the Snapdragon 855 SoC. What’s more is that we may have already gotten our first look at the OnePlus 7.

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OnePlus 7 leaked images

Tipster Ishan Agarwal has leaked an image of what seems to be a boardroom meeting discussing OnePlus’ upcoming smartphone. There is no mention of the name “OnePlus 7” as such. However, it seems highly likely that the discussion is regarding the OnePlus 7 only. Talking about the image, you see the back of the smartphone in contention. The smartphone sports a circular ring at the back, but it’s hard to make out the number of camera sensors inside. In the presentation, you see a red color variant of the device. On the right side of the image, there’s Pete Lau as well, holding on to a silver-colored option. Ishan notes that this is still a discussion in the prototype stage, and the final device might end up looking different.

OnePlus 7 specifications

As of now, not much is known about the OnePlus 7. However, we do know that the OnePlus 7 will sport the latest Snapdragon 855 processor. While the 6 and 8GB variants are standard now, it wouldn’t be surprising if they launch a 10GB variant as well as the McLaren edition. The OnePlus 7 could also the OnePlus’ 5G smartphone.

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OnePlus 7 price and availability

For now, there is no word on the pricing or the availability of the device. The OnePlus 7 is expected to launch earlier next year, probably by March. As for the price, the OnePlus 7 price could be near the $700 (~Rs. 50,000) mark. Stay tuned to Mr. Phone for more updates on smartphones and the world of technology.

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