Published: Fri, August 30, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Leaked OnePlus 7T specs reveal Snapdragon 855

Leaked OnePlus 7T specs reveal Snapdragon 855

Now there has been a new tip online which reveals a lot of information about the OnePlus 7T and the OnePlus 7T Pro including the launch date of the phones and the specifications. In terms of color options, the 7T expected in Froster Silver and Haze Blue.

On the back, the device will feature three cameras.

It seems extremely odd to have the "Pro" version of a phone underspecced compared to the lesser version - although this could also mean that we won't actually see a Pro version of the 7T with the expected global 5G version arriving instead.

New leak suggests, OnePlus 7T will be launched in India on September 26. However, in my opinion, the 48MP sensor will be a primary camera, the 16MP sensor will be an ultrawide unit, and the 12MP unit might be a telephoto camera with 2x optical zoom.

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The OnePlus 7 Pro doesn't feel at all like it's an old enough device to see a replacement, but that's apparently about to happen with a OnePlus 7T and OnePlus 7T Pro.

There's additionally a good probability that the leaked data could possibly be improper and OnePlus 7T may have a special set of specs. If legit, expect the lesser-specced 7T to sport a 6.55in Super AMOLED screen with the same 90Hz display rate as the 7T Pro and a "smaller" teardrop notch up top. But the key specifications of the OnePlus 7T were not revealed, leaving us anticipating things like a Snapdragon 855 Plus processor, up to 8GB RAM, and a Full HD+ display chiefly based on guesswork. But his tweet did mention that the Pro retains SD855, and it may use the 4080mAh battery. It now appears that the photo leaked in December 2018 could be meant for the design of OnePlus 7T.

The images also appear to confirm that the 7T Pro will look, er, pretty much identical to its predecessor.

OnePlus tend to release a minor upgrade to their H1 flagship every year just to stay relevant and current for the entire 12 months. According to Qualcomm, the 855 Plus has 4% improvement in CPU performance and 15% improvement in GPU performance.

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