Also, a lot of people expected that the OnePlus 7 would get the punch-hole style cut for housing the front camera, but even that seems to have been ditched by the Chinese OEM.
And the second biggest revelation is the in-screen camera, or also called pop-up camera of OnePlus, which can be seen in the leaked image.More news: Ranveer Singh reveals if he ever had thoughts of losing Deepika Padukone
Over the past few weeks, various rumours regarding the OnePlus 7 have been surfacing indicating that it will be the first smartphone from the brand to sport Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 855 SoC.
First posted on Slash Leaks - which has a better-than-average record at getting leaked images ahead of time - the image that purportedly shows the OnePlus 7 gives us a look at the top of the phone in its packaging. Looking at the OnePlus 6 and OnePlus 6T, it isn't surprising that OnePlus is trying to shrink the notch into oblivion. Interestingly, there is a cut-out on the protective casing above the OnePlus 7's top edge hinting towards a slider mechanism which when slid up will fill up the now empty space on the case.More news: 'Game of Thrones' Final Season Premiere Date Revealed
OnePlus 7, as per the leakster SlashLeaks, might come with a pop-up camera or have a sliding camera design. However, there are little chances that OnePlus 7 would be that 5G device.
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Camera Of OnePlus 7: Biggest USP? OnePlus is also going to implement Universal Flash Storage (UFS) 3.0. Currently, the maximum a device has is Universal Flash Storage (UFS) 2.1 storage. UFS brings higher data transfer speed and increased reliability to flash memory storage.
OnePlus usually launches its devices in the middle of the year, around May or June. The OnePlus 7 could mimic the McLaren Edition as far as speed is concerned and could have a 10GB RAM version.