OnePlus 7T and 7T Pro leaks reveal new design and minor spec bumps

OnePlus 7T and 7T Pro leaks reveal new design and minor spec bumps

Rishabh Pachory

The recently launched OnePlus 7 series have been quite a hit in the market. Like with previous generations of smartphones, OnePlus is hard at work on making new T models of their phones. Now, it seems that we have a look at the OnePlus 7T, which has been given a slightly changed design, and the OnePlus 7T Pro. Read on to know all the details about these two phones.

OnePlus 7T

It seems that OnePlus is really aiming to improve on the regular OnePlus 7. The T model of the phone is expected to come with a slightly bigger a 2K AMOLED display. The leaks have also suggested that this time, the notch is slightly smaller. Additionally, the best part is that the phone's display has been amped up to a 90Hz refresh rate.

The biggest design overhaul comes at the back of the phone. The OnePlus 7T will come equipped with a triple camera setup, housed in a circular camera cut out. This is what will make the phone noticeably different from the existing OnePlus 7.

As for the specifications of the phone, there's a minor update to the processor. Instead of making use of the same Snapdragon 855 chipset, the company is bumping that up to the slightly better Snapdragon 855+ chipset. Additionally, the cameras on the phone have also been improved. This time, you'll get a 48-megapixel +16-megapixel +12-megapixel camera at the back. The camera on the front will remain largely the same.

OnePlus 7T Pro

On this phone, there aren't many changes to the design or the cameras. In fact, the only major change is the upgraded processor, which is now a Snapdragon 855+ chipset. Apart from that, the display, design and features remain the same.

The second and final change comes to the camera, wherein this phone can allow you to take close up macro shots, which is something that's missing from the OnePlus 7 Pro that's in the market as of now. However, the OnePlus 7 Pro is a phone that already has a solid design and display, so it makes sense that OnePlus didn't go with much of a design overhaul.

As for the prices of these phones, there is no word on that yet. However, we do know that the phones will come out towards the last week of this month.