OnePlus 7 Leaked Case Photo Shows Its Pop-up Camera Design

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The OnePlus 7 should arrive with the front face completely reserved for the screen. At least that is what the site OnLeaks points out, which revealed new rendered photos of the device. They show that the smartphone should not rely on the notch, not even small drop-shape that was in its predecessor. With this, the company must invest in a retractable camera system, such as the live NEX S.

The OnePlus had already announced the device but did not disclose more information about how it would be. In the back, according to the leaked image, the gadget will carry a triple set of lenses, whose specifications have not yet been surveyed.

In addition to the image, another photo on Twitter shared by Ice universe also helps reinforce the leak. One user posted what would be a case of the OnePlus 7. The piece reserves space for the triple set of lenses on the back, plus a hole in the top that would fit the front camera’s pop-up output.

One point still open is whether the smartphone would come with a headphone jack on the bottom and whether it would be compatible with induction charging. Neither information could be answered by looking at the leaked images.

In January of this year, there were indications that the manufacturer would work with a retractable camera model. With this, she can make a device with greater use from the front to the screen and really thin edges.

In addition to this leak, another leak from a store accidentally brought some specs from OnePlus 7. It will supposedly have a 6.5-inch AMOLED screen, use Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 chipset, have three rear cameras (48MP + 20MP + 5MP) and a front (16MP), 8GB or 12GB of RAM and 4000mAh battery. OnePlus 7 is expected to hit the market in the second half of 2019 at a price of $569.

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