Leaked OnePlus 7T Pro poster teases 90Hz display and "smooth" experience

Leaked OnePlus 7T Pro poster teases 90Hz display and
Three weeks after the first OnePlus 7T Pro press render showed up online, a new promotional poster which teases one of the smartphone’s standout features has appeared just two days before the next-gen flagship is officially unveiled.

Courtesy of Ishan Agarwal, who has a pretty great track record when it comes to OnePlus leaks, the image shows the OnePlus 7T Pro being held up alongside the brand’s new and bold marketing slogan which focuses on the 90Hz display and its ability to provide “smooth like never before” experience.

Helping ensure this smooth and snappy interface meets your expectations will reportedly be the Snapdragon 855+ which is currently one of the fastest smartphone chipsets on the planet. This will probably be paired with 8GB of RAM as a minimum and a whopping 256GB of internal storage but other configurations may be available at launch for a small premium.

As today’s render indicates, the OnePlus 7T Pro is equipped with a large display that boasts extremely slim bezels and no notch or punch hole. This is made possible by a pop-out camera system that’s identical to the one found on the original OnePlus 7 Pro

Additionally, despite not being visible in this particular image, a vertical triple-camera setup is also included on the rear. Rumors suggest there will be no upgrades to the sensors which, therefore, means the pack will be led by a 48-megapixel primary shooter coupled with an 8-megapixel telephoto zoom camera and a 16-megapixel ultra-wide-angle snapper. To help differentiate the 7T Pro from its non-T sibling, OnePlus has apparently included a new laser autofocus system.

The 2019 flagship’s package looks set to be completed by a USB-C port and a bottom-firing speaker. Also to be expected is a 4,085mAH battery paired with Warp Charge 30T and Android 10 alongside the latest version of Oxygen OS.

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7T Pro
  • Display 6.7" 1440 x 3120 pixels
  • Camera 48 MP / 16 MP front
  • Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+, Octa-core, 2960 MHz
  • Storage 256 GB
  • Battery 4085 mAh



1. maherk

Posts: 6953; Member since: Feb 10, 2012

Hopefully Oneplus will offer a 5.8"-6" smartphone in the near future. The size and weight of the 7 Pro was the reason I didn't get it. They might not give us the best overall phone, but for the prices they are offering their phones at, nothing comes close to the value they offer.

2. s_boy

Posts: 24; Member since: Nov 30, 2013

I have the 7pro, best phone I've had by some distance and I've tried all the best. Can't wait for the 8pro, really hoping they'll revert back to a flat screen, that's the only one slight negative.

3. Be_Mine

Posts: 290; Member since: Dec 29, 2013

Is the light glare/reflection distracting or annoying in real life? Because in almost every OnePlus 7 Pro review video I have seen, the glare around the curve is always very visible. It looks even more prominent than the one on Samsung Note 10 series.

5. s_boy

Posts: 24; Member since: Nov 30, 2013

It can be distracting in certain situations, mostly when there's a few light sources pointing in from higher directions, but mostly it's fine. I'd say its less worse on my Note 9.

7. OneLove123

Posts: 1189; Member since: Aug 28, 2018

Nope!! I love edges!!!note series, s series and 7 pro. I have them all.

6. AbhiD

Posts: 849; Member since: Apr 06, 2012

Unlikely that they will move their flagship Pro model to flat display when even the Normal OnePlus 8 has leaked with a curved display. I just hope they reduce the curve at least. Something like Note 10+ would be far better

4. Icent55

Posts: 80; Member since: Nov 02, 2017

The Note 10 is an S10 with a Stylus....PLEASE what is the difference of the Oneplus 7pro FROM Oneplus 7Tpro What differentiate them

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