OnePlus is expected to launch its three new smartphones, two marquee phones and another special 5G phone. The first OnePlus phone, which usually debuts around June and July, is likely to break the covers quite early probably in April or May. Now, a Chinese tipster, @Steven_Sbw has leaked OnePlus 7's front panel with the display on, confirming that the OnePlus 6T successor will have FullView screen and no punch-hole camera, as reported previously.
This concept smartphone is made out of metal and glass, while it has three vertically-aligned cameras on the back, and those cameras are not flat with the phone’s back side. An LED flash sits right below the phone’s main cameras, while the company’s logo is also imprinted on the back side of the device. A fingerprint scanner is not visible on the back of the phone.
The front side of the phone is also shown in the provided video, and it reveals that this concept has a tiny camera hole at the top of the display, and that camera is centered in this case, which is the opposite of what we’ve seen OEMs opt for thus far.
According to a November report from CNET en Espanol, “a spokesman for the company” has confirmed that the OnePlus 7 will not be a 5G phone. The report claims that OnePlus’ 5G smartphone will instead be “part of a totally new line”, and will be unveiled “at the beginning of 2019”.