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OnePlus 7 concept with punch-hole display and triple rear cameras appear

Because the OnePlus 6 smartphone was noted in May perhaps 2018. Hence, it is speculated that the OnePlus 7 will be arriving to succeed it around the similar time this year. Concept Creator that is famous for creating marvelous concept renders of next smartphones has shared a concept model of the forthcoming OnePlus 7 cameraphone. The embedded video in this post reveals that the OnePlus 7 concept model options a 3.5mm audio jack, a USB-C port and an external speaker. The rear display of the phone is fitted with a vertical triple digital camera option what is followed by an LED flash. Oneplus 7 concept with punch-hole display and triple rear cameras appear The red-colored Alert Slider is unveield with the power key on the straight side of the device. The quantity up and down buttons are out there on the opposite side. The SIM tray is In addition placed on the left side. Oneplus 7 concept with punch-hole display and triple rear cameras appear The frontside of the OnePlus 7 concept phone has a incredible screen that options a low cutout at the top-center for the front-facing image sensor. The screen of the cameraphone is surrounded by super-slim bezels. In addition, it is equipped with a fairly slim chin. An earpiece is placed on the top edge of the screen. The smartphone is shown in four colour variants such as Blue, Red, Black and Silver. Oneplus 7 concept with punch-hole display and triple rear cameras appear OnePlus is famous for borrowing the design of its phones from the R-series smartphones by OPPO. For instance, the OnePlus 6T is equipped with waterdrop notched displays like the OPPO R17. Rumors have it that the OPPO R19 will be coming with a notch-less display and a pop-up selfie digital camera. Hence, there is a chance that the OnePlus 7 may also come with a notch-less screen and a pop-up front-facing snapper. Oneplus 7 concept with punch-hole display and triple rear cameras appear Will the real OnePlus 7 phone come with the more than appeared punch-hole display design or it will sport a design such as the OPPO R19? Share us your views by posting your comments below. Via

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