Renders have appeared online of what should probably be the OnePlus 7T. The smartphone has three cameras on the back in a horizontal line. The notch of the OnePlus 7 has been retained at the front. OnePlus will probably announce the smartphone in the fall.
The images were put online by the Pricebaba website but were provided by the renowned smartphone insider OnLeaks, who is more often the first to provide details about unreleased smartphones. The images show that for its 7T OnePlus probably opts for a triple camera setup, while the predecessor still had to do with two cameras. The design on the back of the housing has also been adjusted with the cameras horizontally in a row. However, the specifications of the three cameras are still missing.
It is also striking that the 7T still has a notch, where the design is similar to how it looked in the predecessor. The screen has approximately the same dimensions as the 7 and the housing of the still unannounced smartphone would measure 161.2 by 74.5 by 8.3 mm; that would make the whole slightly larger than the predecessor.
Furthermore, OnePlus has once again built in the power button on the right and the volume buttons on the left. At the bottom, there is a USB-c port and the speaker grill. It is not yet known which hardware OnePlus will put in the 7T, but it will probably be built around the Snapdragon 855+.
OnLeaks did not provide images of the OnePlus 7T Pro, which is likely to be released as a successor to the 7 Pro. This smartphone has a pop-up camera and therefore a notchless front. The device also has a 90Hz screen.