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OnePlus 7: Latest flagship launch with new Screen, Sliding Design

OnePlus 7

OnePlus 6T was an enormous style upgrade over the forerunner OnePlus 6 and other older OnePlus phones. The upgrade spanned from new notch design to distinctive in-screen fingerprint scanner. With its next-generation OnePlus 7, the corporate is ready to form radical changes within the design department.

No Notch

Despite backlash from users, OnePlus did proceed with a notch screen with OnePlus 6. Later, it altered the look to include a smaller notch, additionally called teardrop notch. OnePlus additionally rolled out a software update to allow users to cover the notch on the phone. in line with the most recent leak, OnePlus 7 might do away with the notch altogether.

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The leaked image of alleged OnePlus 7, however, doesn’t reveal wherever the phone will house the front-facing camera. It’s being speculated OnePlus might use motorized pop-up selfie camera simply like Vivo Nex or Honor Magic 2-like sliding top panel.

After Apple embraced notch screen on its iPhone X, Android players joined the bandwagon with their own versions of a notch and full-screen phones. Since then there have been totally different iterations of the notch, starting from boat-shaped notch to Google’s wobbly notch on Pixel 3 XL.

Samsung only in the near past introduced its own version of cut-out display – infinity V and Infinity-O. Some firms are making an attempt to do away with the notch by using a punch-hole camera like Honor View20 and Samsung Galaxy A8s.

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What we have a tendency to already understand

OnePlus has already confirmed it’ll launch a 5G version of next flagship phone. OnePlus 7 with 5G is set to launch in bound European markets this year. The 5G model, however, will be costlier than the traditional one.

“It’s onerous to grasp because there’s a lot of specifics still to appear at, however, it’s probably within the neighborhood of $200-300 a lot of,” OnePlus CEO Pete Lau aforementioned last month.

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