Days after we learned that the OnePlus 7 won't have wireless charging, we're getting some info on the features that it will have thanks to some leaked renders.
New renders that claim to show the OnePlus 7 have leaked out. These images, shared by OnLeaks and PriceBaba, are not official renders made by OnePlus but instead are based on factory CADs. They show that OnePlus may ditch the notch entirely with the OnePlus 7, giving the phone smaller screen bezels and a pop-up front-facing camera.
Around on the back of this alleged OnePlus 7 we can see a vertically stacked triple camera setup with a flash below it. This triple camera housing protrudes from the body of the OP7. The bottom of the device is home to the speaker and USB-C port, and we can see the power and volume buttons on the sides of the phone as well as an alert slider.
Spec details for the OnePlus 7 are largely a mystery, but rumors have suggested that it could pack a 6.5-inch display and a 4150mAh battery, which would be an increase from the OnePlus 6T's 6.41-inch screen and 3700mAh battery. A Snapdragon 855 processor is a possibility, as is at least 6GB of RAM.
The OnePlus 6 and OnePlus 6T both had a notch, with the OP6 starting with a larger notch and the OP6T shrinking it down to a waterdrop notch. It's possible that OnePlus wants to get away from the notch altogether and give the OnePlus 7 slimmer bezels, and these renders suggest that the company could go with a pop-up mechanism for the front camera to achieve this goal rather than build a slider or put a second screen on the back of the device.
OnePlus announced the OP6 in mid-May last year, so we could still be a couple months away from the OnePlus 7's announcement. What do you think of this alleged OnePlus 7? Would you be happy if OnePlus ditched the notch and used a pop-up front camera?