Chinese phone maker Oneplus is allegedly preparing to launch three variants of its annual flagship at a go. The rumors remain unconfirmed, but we already have supposed renders of the OnePlus 7 Pro and the standard OnePlus 7 in circulations, and if these leaks are any indication, there could be a huge difference between the OnePlus 7 Pro and the OnePlus 7 Standard unlike the toned down variant of flagship devices from its rivals that get huge semblance with their standard models.
While we have only seen both devices leaked in renders, today’s leak courtesy of @OnLeaks (a reliable leaker) brings us a rundown of the key differences between both devices. As highlighted by the leakster, the OnePlus7 Pro is tipped to come flaunting a 6.64-inch curved screen with a pop-up selfie camera instead of a 6.4/6.2-inch flat screen with a teardrop notch on the standard model. And what is more, the Pro model will allegedly arrive as the company’s first device with a QHD screen at 90Hz.
The leak also mentioned that the standard OnePlus 7 will house a dual-lens rear camera with a 48MP main camera and a selfie cam behind the teardrop notch, while the Pro version will come fitted with a triple-lens rear camera comprising of a 48MP primary lens, a telephoto, and ultra-wide lenses, while the will be a pop-up front-facing camera as against the standard teardrop notch. The leak also mentioned a 5G variant of the OnePlus 7 Pro, though there won’t be any major difference from the Pro model other than its 5G connectivity. It is reported that the OnePlus 7 series will be released in India on May 14, though we expect some details from the company in the coming hours.