OnePlus 7 Will Be Available In Three Different Gradient Designs, Leak Shows
A new leak shows images of OnePlus' hotly anticipated flagship, the OnePlus 7. If the leak is indeed accurate, consumers will have the option to purchase a pretty good-looking smartphone from a flagship-killing company. Read on for details.
The OnePlus 7 has been the subject of major leaks, but until now all of the information available on the internet is mere speculation. Most of those leaks focus on its specs, but a new leak is focused on one thing and one thing only: how the phone looks like.
T3 reports that according to smartphone comparison site Tiger Mobiles, the OnePlus 7 will come in three interesting colorways and will feature three rear cameras and a pop-up selfie camera that appears on top. While the listing has been deleted, T3 was able to take a screenshot of the image and shared it online for the world to see.
The three colorways make use of a gradient design that makes the OnePlus 7 stand out from other phones. First, there's a black-yellow colorway that starts with a black at the top, slowly fading into yellow at the bottom. The second goes from a black top to a purple bottom. The third colorway features a cyan-colored top that slowly fades to grey.
This isn't the first time OnePlus experimented with color combinations. The OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition, launched last year, featured a black-to-papaya orange combination. It actually looks really good.
Of course, the leaked photos mean nothing until OnePlus reveals how the new flagship would actually look like. It's best to take this information lightly, and hope for the best.
As mentioned, the OnePlus 7 has been the subject of previous rumors, most of which centered around its potential specs.
One of those rumors said the OnePlus 7 still won't have a 3.5mm headphone jack like the OnePlus 6T. An alleged OnePlus 7 photo was leaked online, and it showed that the new smartphone will feature the rumored pop-up camera, triple-camera array, and once again enjoy the absence of the beloved 3.5mm headphone port.
Another rumor says the new smartphone will feature a notch-less display that boasts of a widescreen estate. Thin bezels and the lack of the notorious notch make for a winning combination.
One major spec that went from being a rumor to being a confirmed feature is the lack of wireless charging capabilities. OnePlus CEO Pete Lau himself said the OnePlus 7 won't feature wireless charging because their wired charging technology is a lot better.