This is the OnePlus 7 Pro in Almond, Nebula Blue, and Mirror Grey

UPDATE: New renders of the OnePlus 7 Pro's Almond finish have been added courtesy of WinFuture. Extra renders that showcase the Nebula Blue and Mirror Grey finishes are included too.

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Hours after OnePlus teased its 2019 flagship’s camera with a cover story shoot for Harper’s Bazaar India, official OnePlus 7 Pro press renders have leaked out online showing the triple-camera setup that was used and the rest of the phone’s sleek design.

The first OnePlus with a triple-camera setup


First published by the folks over at WinFuture and followed shortly after by unwatermarked versions courtesy of Ishan Agarwal, the press renders revealed today essentially confirm all other leaks and rumors.

The OnePlus 7 Pro, as mentioned above, carries a new triple-camera setup on the rear which is aligned vertically and sits just above the dual-tone LED flash and the OnePlus logo. Regarding the actual sensors, rumor has it the flagship will sport a 48-megapixel primary camera that supports a wide f/1.6 aperture for improved low-light photography. Additionally, both OIS (optical image stabilization) and EIS (electronic image stabilization) are said to be present.

Joining this primary snapper should be a new 16-megapixel super-wide-angle camera, similar to the one found on recent Samsung and LG flagships. Also present will be an 8-megapixel telephoto alternative which supports 3x optical zoom, as confirmed by OnePlus recently.

Corroborated by today’s renders is the fact that the rear panel of the OnePlus 7 Pro will be carved out of a single slab of glass. In terms of colors, the renders that have leaked show the Mirror Grey and gradient Nebula Blue finishes, although a third brown option is rumored. 

A massive 6.7-inch display that supports a 90Hz refresh rate


Over on the front of OnePlus’ next flagship sits a huge 6.7-inch display that sports a 19.5:9 aspect ratio and a 3120 x 1440p (QHD+) resolution. This is paired with an extremely thin chin, almost no upper bezel, and virtually unnoticeable side bezels, the latter of which is party due to the display's curved edges.

Such a high screen-to-body ratio essentially results in the smartphone of many people's dreams. However, it does come with one major drawback; there's no room for the front-facing camera. Fortunately, OnePlus has a solution for this. Rather than removing the sensor entirely, the Chinese brand has chosen to equip the OnePlus 7 Pro with a small pop-out module on top that is visible in the renders below and should be home to a 16-megapixel sensor.

Circling back to the OnePlus 7 Pro's display, as confirmed recently it supports refresh rates of up to 90Hz. Depending on the content that is being shown, the display will automatically adjust the refresh rate to what it deems necessary, essentially improving the overall user experience while minimizing the impact on battery life. OnePlus is calling this technology Fluid AMOLED and it'll be paired with an in-screen fingerprint scanner.

OnePlus 7 Pro specs, price, and availability


Like most 2019 flagship smartphones, the OnePlus 7 Pro will arrive powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855 which will be paired with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage as standard. However, if this isn't enough, variants with 8GB of RAM and double the storage will also be available in addition to a 12GB of RAM model.

Unsurprisingly, the flagship will ship with Android 9 Pie and the latest version of Oxygen OS straight out of the box. It'll also include a 4,000mAh battery and support OnePlus' 30W fast charging technology. Those interested will be able to purchase a version with 5G support too, although this will be limited to certain markets.

Speaking of availability, the 4G version of the OnePlus 7 Pro 4G should be available in all markets where OnePlus currently operates shortly after its announcement on May 14th. Additionally, T-Mobile is expected to carry the device in the US. Regarding its pricing, the 6/128GB variant is expected to start at $699/€699 while a recent leak pointed towards a $749/€749 for the 8/256GB model. Lastly, the 12/256GB offering is expected to cost $819/€819.

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7 Pro
  • Display 6.7" 1440 x 3120 pixels
  • Camera 48 MP / 16 MP front
  • Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 855, Octa-core, 2840 MHz
  • Storage 128 GB
  • Battery 4000 mAh(34h talk time)

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57 Comments

1. JMartin22

Posts: 2371; Member since: Apr 30, 2013

They’re right. I won’t “settle” low quality, uncalibrated products that charge a premium because they boast a spec sheet. This company kind of lost its differentiator factor when they started charging higher price tags. May as well buy an optimized Samsung flagship or an Apple device for a little bit extra if you got 700+ to drop on a new phone anyway.

10. tywinlannister

Posts: 27; Member since: Aug 24, 2015

Same here. Wanted to upgrade my Oneplus but the prices are not in reach now.

20. Poptart2828

Posts: 400; Member since: Jan 23, 2018

The quality of their phones have always been top tier. Phone is worth the price of admission.

44. pchetan2

Posts: 8; Member since: Oct 04, 2017

See Oneplus 5 back panel paint chirping issue on internet...

45. Reviewerofstuff

Posts: 128; Member since: Jun 02, 2018

Is this the oneplus 5? Their build quality has only improved since those days.

22. AbhiD

Posts: 813; Member since: Apr 06, 2012

What is unoptimized/uncalibrated about OnePlus phones? Have you ever used one? Your Samsung will get dead slow within a few months of usage while a 2.5 years old OnePlus 3T still runs lag free and faster than any Samsung flagship. If anything, it's Samsung that needs to take admission in OnePlus academy on how to do software. Your comment seems just like a hate filled one with no substance. Not to mention less than $700 on OnePlus will get you a 90Hz curved Super AMOLED QHD+ display rated A+, a superior back 3 camera set-up, superior selfie camera, superior 30 watt charging, bigger 4000 mAh battery, better looks, better software, faster device without bloatware, faster updates, stereo speakers, no notch display etc. Good luck with your sub $700 Samsung flagship or Apple that doesn't exist. And even the $750 alternatives are no match for the 7 Pro. 720p and 1080p notch screens with small batteries, lack of cameras.

26. iushnt

Posts: 3105; Member since: Feb 06, 2013

The overall stability of ONE UI seems to be far better though.

30. PryvateiDz

Posts: 443; Member since: Jul 31, 2011

This. People always complain, but OnePlus is offering a quality device. They have to charge more when they started adding much wanted extras to their devices, it ain't free. We also don't know how much profit they're making for their devices, you have software and development cost, marketing and advertising, etc. Their prices are reasonable to me.

36. User123456789

Posts: 926; Member since: Feb 22, 2019

They use lots of stuff previously used from Oppo. It is much cheaper to do this. Other brands makes more expensive phones (factory costs) amd get bashed.

33. OneLove123

Posts: 1099; Member since: Aug 28, 2018

A year with my s9 and it's still as fast as when I got it new. Do you even have a flagship Samsung or just talking out of your a55? I also have a Note 9 and it's lag free and smooth.

34. User123456789

Posts: 926; Member since: Feb 22, 2019

It wont be less than $700 ..... Imx586 is not that good. Pics from op7 pro will be worse than mi9 that is worse than s10+

25. Dr.SamX

Posts: 240; Member since: Jan 19, 2015

What do you mean by "optimized"? Have you ever used a OnePlus device? I use a 6T as my daily driver and I can tell you, after having owned Samsung, LG, HTC and Huawei devices, OnePlus has BY FAR the best software experience! So fast, so fluide it is absolutely amazing. So when it comes to software, I'd say OnePlus is more "optimized" than any other Android, except may Pixel diveces. Build quality to me is on a level playing field with Samsung or Apple.

31. michaelny2001

Posts: 330; Member since: Aug 01, 2012

absolutely right you are. specs are high, but si does the new ZTE Nubia Red Magic 3. like others said, i wanted to upgrade my OP3 to the PRO, but i am not willing to drop so much cash. I think the ZTE has exactly same soecs foor $300 less. For this this is a winner.

42. DFranch

Posts: 548; Member since: Apr 20, 2012

They are still making a standard OP7 which will likely be $579-$599. Still a good deal IMHO.

46. Reviewerofstuff

Posts: 128; Member since: Jun 02, 2018

Good thing oneplus has started to target your average consumer because the tech geek community is very small and super picky. You upped the price by one or two hundred and they go insane. These are the same people that keep asking for stereo speakers, water resistance, and good cameras. Oneplus is trying to do all that with this phone but know ya'll mad cause the price went up. Its ridiculous and pathetic.

48. pp3k3jamail

Posts: 34; Member since: Dec 31, 2013

You said stupid and ignorant,less than $700 one plus gives you tons of bells and whistles. There's a reason why Samsung fans upgrade there phones every year because they get slow. people be having the note 8 and a can't wait to get the note 9 and this always been like that with Samsung. if Samsung phones were so great why do their customers feel the need to upgrade every 6 or 7 or eight months? I have the one plus 6t, now am Im getting the one plus 7 or 7 plus? No I am NOT because I don't have to. My 6T is still running as blazing fast now as when I first got it back in November.

53. ScottsoNJ56

Posts: 112; Member since: Oct 01, 2017

We upgrade our phones because we want the next new thing not because they get slow SMH

2. Cat97

Posts: 1897; Member since: Mar 02, 2017

OIS on the 48MP sensor would be a great achievement, only Huawei P20 Pro and P30 Pro have OIS on bigger sensors. If the chin was missing and it had a notification LED I would have considered it. It's also too big.

4. joshuaswingle

Posts: 607; Member since: Apr 03, 2018

What do you mean if the chin was missing? It's barely noticeable!!!

5. Cat97

Posts: 1897; Member since: Mar 02, 2017

Those pictures are typical Chinese doctored marketing pictures, like we have seen so many times, in reality it will probably be significantly bigger. Also, if it was barely noticeable they wouldn't have used a misleading background.

7. joshuaswingle

Posts: 607; Member since: Apr 03, 2018

Of course, that could be the case. But previous OnePlus press renders obtained by these sources have shown accurate depictions of past OnePlus devices, including the OnePlus 6T. There wasn't any doctoring involved.

38. User123456789

Posts: 926; Member since: Feb 22, 2019

Joshua, people forget that there are screen connectors by bottom bezel. Then they think it is possible to be as slim as the top. Now ppl complain if bezel has 2mm. Too big for them.

19. foreverNOOB

Posts: 164; Member since: Jul 07, 2017

You need to see it in real life, because as of now most of Chinese flagship phones from big brands all have press render that represents real life, for example:Find X has chin that's look exactly like press render. Yes, it's bigger than the other sides but the actual height of that chin when compare to the Iphone Xs, it's about 1.5mm thicker than Iphone.

24. Vogue1985

Posts: 465; Member since: Jan 24, 2017

Most likely the same camera as the Huawei. But OnePlus is much more appealing as it's not a common phone and updates are on with the like who Motorola and Nokia (now the Pixel gets faster update)

39. User123456789

Posts: 926; Member since: Feb 22, 2019

Main camera is same of mi9. 48MP 1/2". Huawei uses 40MP 1/1.7". Imx586 has 8mm diagonal. Imx650 has 10mm diagonal.

27. TadTrickle

Posts: 61; Member since: Apr 08, 2019

Really bro? If "the chin" was missing? There's nothing there already. Ppl such as yourself that whine about chins foreheads ears or whatever you wanna call them, are wearing thin on me. Too me it's like phones getting thinner and thinner, for what? You start sacrificing functions, all for a cosmetic look. Couldn't be dumber imo. When phones started to be looked at as fashion accessories is when things started going downhill. Imo, the note 4, yes the note 4 did everything the best

37. User123456789

Posts: 926; Member since: Feb 22, 2019

P20 Pro do not have OIS

3. ahmadkun

Posts: 592; Member since: May 02, 2016

No chin at all .. If those renders are true OnePlus will get 10+ respect

6. qolamreza

Posts: 61; Member since: Jul 01, 2015

The blue one is god damn beautiful

8. joshuaswingle

Posts: 607; Member since: Apr 03, 2018

I agree!

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