Huge OnePlus 7T & 7T Pro leak reveals specs, features, release date

Huge OnePlus 7T & 7T Pro leak reveals specs, features, release date
Today, just weeks after renders of the OnePlus 7T and OnePlus 7T Pro were published, tipster Steve Hemmerstoffer is back with each phone’s complete spec sheet, a list of features, and their respective release dates.

OnePlus 7T Pro


At the heart of the OnePlus 7T Pro will be, as suspected, Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 855 Plus. This chip was introduced in mid-July and represents a slightly faster version of the OnePlus 7 Pro’s Snapdragon 855, therefore meaning the T-branded model should bring subtle improvements to performance. 

Coupled with this will be the Adreno 640 GPU and 8GB of RAM with 256GB of storage as standard. Other variants are likely being prepared but there isn’t yet any information about them. In regards to software, the OnePlus 7T Pro looks set to ship with Android 10 and the latest version of Oxygen OS pre-installed.

Externally, the OnePlus 7T Pro won’t differ too much from the original OnePlus 7 Pro. It’ll reportedly feature the same 6.7-inch Fluid AMOLED display complete with support for a 90Hz refresh rate, HDR10+ content, and a 3120 x 1440p resolution. Also to be expected is an optical fingerprint scanner beneath the curved edge panel.

The similarities continue when looking at the rear of the OnePlus 7T Pro. Like its predecessor, a vertical triple-camera setup is to be expected and, despite rumors, it seems no upgrades are planned. 

To be specific, the flagship will reportedly feature a 48-megapixel f/1.6 shooter complete with optical image stabilization (OIS) and electronic image stabilization (EIS). This will be accompanied by an 8-megapixel f/2.4 sensor paired with a 3x telephoto zoom lens that supports OIS and a 16-megapixel f/2.2 snapper coupled with an ultra-wide-angle which permits a 120º field of view.

Feature-wise, Hemmerstoffer’s sources say OnePlus is developing a new Macro Mode that’ll improve close up shots drastically. Also to be expected is Nightscape Mode and Super Slow-Motion video recording at 960fps and 720p. Lastly, the OnePlus 7T Pro will feature a 16-megapixel f/2.0 selfie camera. 

On a few final notes, it’s worth noting that a 4,085mAh battery is planned for the OnePlus 7T Pro alongside support for a new fast-charging technology called Warp Charge 30T which should be around 20% faster than the OnePlus 7 Pro’s standard Warp Charge 30. Also, on a totally unrelated note, the black OnePlus 7T Pro’s rear glass panel will have a matte effect to it.

OnePlus 7T


Like its pricier sibling, the OnePlus 7T will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 Plus and 8GB of RAM. But in a bid to keep costs down, it’ll ship with 128GB of storage as standard although a 256GB model will still be available.

All of this will be paired with a 6.55-inch Fluid AMOLED display which still offers a 90Hz refresh rate and support for HDR10+ content. This time around, though, the resolution sits at 2400 x 1080p. Unsurprisingly, an in-display optical fingerprint scanner will be part of the package.

Adorning the OnePlus 7T’s rear will be an all-new circular camera module that includes a triple-camera setup. The primary and ultra-wide-angle cameras will be identical to the ones found on the Pro model but the telephoto snapper will support 2x zoom and offer a 12-megapixel resolution. The 16-megapixel selfie camera found on the premium sibling is also retained in addition to the camera features mentioned.

The regular OnePlus 7T will ship with Android 10 and Oxygen OS pre-installed and include a 3,800mAh battery that also supports Warp Charge 30T technology. This black version of this device will also boast a matte finish.

OnePlus 7T and OnePlus 7T Pro announcement and release date


The OnePlus 7T and OnePlus 7T Pro will be announced at an event held on Thursday, October 10, according to Steve Hemmerstoffer. Pre-orders will probably begin immediately after the event and should precede shipments on Tuesday, October 15. 

Unfortunately, pricing details are yet to be revealed.

Related phones

7T
  • Display 6.5" 1080 x 2340 pixels
  • Camera 48 MP / 16 MP front
  • Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+, Octa-core, 2960 MHz
  • Storage 256 GB
  • Battery 3800 mAh
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(34h talk time)

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21 Comments

1. OneLove123

Posts: 1067; Member since: Aug 28, 2018

My next phone

4. Poptart2828

Posts: 395; Member since: Jan 23, 2018

My nex phone will be #3. Looks much better than this Reno phone

2. IT-Engineer

Posts: 543; Member since: Feb 26, 2015

I'm tired of reading the word (leaks). These companies including Apple and Google deliberately put these info and photos out.

20. Brewski

Posts: 691; Member since: Jun 05, 2012

Well until it's "officially announced" it's a leak. Whether intentional or not, if asked about it directly the company can't confirm anything until there's some public announcement. So until then it's subject to change and still technically a rumor or "leak".

3. cogito

Posts: 66; Member since: Aug 18, 2015

I wish OnePlus would make some smaller phones (like the iPhone X or the Galaxy S10e).

10. yalokiy

Posts: 997; Member since: Aug 01, 2016

Same here.

14. shawman

Posts: 60; Member since: Sep 18, 2012

I agree. Plain 7T should have been like 6" at most. Would have helped them sell more phones.

5. Mjnoles1

Posts: 3; Member since: Nov 07, 2018

Will the 4,085 mAh in the 7T Pro make much of a difference compared to the 4,000 mAh in the 7 Pro? The reason I did not get the 7 Pro is complaints of the battery longevity compared to the fantastic battery of the 6T. I was waiting for the 7T Pro to come up with hopefully a significant bump in battery. It seems to only be a slight bump compared to the regular 7 Pro. Will this bump make much of a difference?

7. joshuaswingle

Posts: 591; Member since: Apr 03, 2018

Probably not

9. AbhiD

Posts: 802; Member since: Apr 06, 2012

4085 seems to be the minimum rated capacity. The accurate capacity will be announced as 4100mAh(typical capacity) most likely. Now 100mAh isn't too much but still maybe 20-30 extra minutes of SOT? I believe battery should have been upgraded to 4000mAh in 7T and 4300mAh in T versions but looks like OP is keeping that upgrade for 8 series.

6. inFla

Posts: 113; Member since: Aug 17, 2018

Too big, too heavy, not pocket friendly.

13. OneLove123

Posts: 1067; Member since: Aug 28, 2018

Sounds like the iPhone 11 pro super max.

8. Saywhatnow

Posts: 24; Member since: Jul 13, 2016

I have the OnePlus 6t and was considering waiting for the 7tpro but there's not much of a difference from the 7pro so I don't see what's the point of purchasing these phones for very minor updates.

11. AbhiD

Posts: 802; Member since: Apr 06, 2012

7 > 7T is indeed a major update. The most OP has updated any device in T variant. As for 7 Pro to 7T Pro, i think 855+, 100mAh battery bump, 960fps video recording, faster charging and other stuff for the same price wouldn't hurt anyone. It's still an upgrade and price wouldn't be getting a jump.

12. yalokiy

Posts: 997; Member since: Aug 01, 2016

Would upgrade to 7T non-Pro if it had same res screen as Pro.

16. kplayon

Posts: 55; Member since: Mar 02, 2018

2019 and not a single Android phone has symmetrical bezels. This is all I want. I have the note 10 and even that doesnt have symmetry between the bottom and top. Make the top part wider and match it with the bottom. This is all I Ask

24. kanagadeepan

Posts: 1260; Member since: Jan 24, 2012

Asus ROG 2 phone...

17. raky_b

Posts: 390; Member since: Jul 02, 2014

30$ (in USA, and 50€ in EU) more than previous models...as always with Oneplus

18. jibraihimi

Posts: 806; Member since: Nov 29, 2011

One plus bring back the headphone jack......

19. Locked-n-Loaded

Posts: 3; Member since: Sep 13, 2019

2019 and no wireless charging? Laughable.

21. giddy

Posts: 4; Member since: Feb 11, 2018

tbh wireless charging had never really been a requirement for me, I'm almost always using my phone plugged. It would be impossible for me to be poking it downwards (or at 60° angle) just because I need to use my charging cellphone. Above all, the tech is still not fast enough to be worth it.

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