પPપ અપ ફ્રન્ટ કેમેરા વાળા વનપ્લસ 7 ટી પ્રો 15 ઓક્ટોબરના રોજ લોન્ચ થવાની સંભાવના છે: રિપોર્ટ – ફર્સ્ટપોસ્ટ

પPપ અપ ફ્રન્ટ કેમેરા વાળા વનપ્લસ 7 ટી પ્રો 15 ઓક્ટોબરના રોજ લોન્ચ થવાની સંભાવના છે: રિપોર્ટ – ફર્સ્ટપોસ્ટ

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tech2 News StaffAug 13, 2019 09:57:07 IST

It has been a tradition for OnePlus to launch a ‘T’ variant of its flagship phones in the second half of the year. We have seen this in the past with the likes of OnePlus 6T (Review)OnePlus 5T (Review) and OnePlus 3T (Review). The next in line is OnePlus 7T Pro and speculations about its launch date are starting to appear online. 

According to a tipster, Max J., OnePlus 7T Pro will be launching on 15 October. Since OnePlus 6T was launched in October last year, the speculation could hold some truth to it and we may see a OnePlus launch on 15 October.

There were certain design leaks regarding this successor of OnePlus 7 Pro (Review) that revealed that we might not see any drastic change on the design front. Some leaked images suggested that the upcoming smartphone will not have a notch which means that it will also come with a pop-up selfie camera just like OnePlus 7 Pro.

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— Max J. (@Samsung_News_) August 11, 2019

OnePlus 7T Pro with pop up front camera likely to launch on 15 October: Report

OnePlus 7 Pro Almond colour variant. Image: tech2

As for the rear, a post on Weibo suggested that it will feature a triple rear camera setup with LED. The phone seems to be placed inside some protective case to hide certain features. What’s the finger placed on top hiding? Another camera?

Image: Weibo

Image: Weibo

Also, the image shows a blue colour smartphone so we can expect that this smartphone might also come in Nebula Blue colour variant. The front of the camera also seems to protected by the case, and certainly seems to be hiding something. We don’t see a notch anywhere so that speculation seems to be true for now.

OnePlus 7T Pro. Image: Slashleaks.

OnePlus 7T Pro. Image: Slashleaks.

Slashleaks also leaked an image that suggested that the phone might run on the beta version of Android Q.

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