Update, September 18, 2019 (8:52AM ET): A press image of the OnePlus 7T Pro has leaked (via iGeeksBlog and @Onleaks) showing the more expensive 7T series phone in all its glory. There’s not a whole lot we can glean from the image aside from the color — which appears to be a more muted, matte-like take on the OnePlus 7 Pro’s Nebula blue — and a sensor of some kind alongside the triple camera unit.
With the specs already leaked and OnePlus sharing official images of the regular OnePlus 7T, there’s not a while lot we haven’t seen of the two phones ahead of the launch on September 26 in India.
Original article, August 30, 2019 (11:19AM ET): A new set of CAD-based renders just leaked of the OnePlus 7T Pro and its accompanying McLaren Edition (via 91Mobiles). The source of the renders is none other than reliable leaker @OnLeaks, so it’s very likely these renders are legit.
The renders seem to suggest that the OnePlus 7T Pro won’t look much different from the current OnePlus 7 Pro. That suggests that the true differences between this model and the previous will be internal.
Check out the images for yourself below:
At first glance, the OnePlus 7T Pro seems to be in the same Nebula Blue color option for the 7 Pro. However, according to 91Mobiles, this is actually a slightly different blue color called Haze Blue. Perhaps things will be noticeably different when we see it in real life.
Other than that, there’s pretty much no changes to see here. The pop-up selfie cam is in the same place and appears to be the same size. The triple-lens camera system on the rear appears unchanged as well.
As for the McLaren edition, there doesn’t appear to be much difference there either, aside from the fancy black and orange paint job and the addition of the McLaren logo on the back.
The McLaren Edition of the OnePlus 6T included a boost in RAM as well as a faster-charging capability. However, it’s unlikely the McLaren edition could get more RAM than the top-of-the-line 7 Pro as that’s at 12GB, which is already overkill. It’s more likely that the 7T Pro and the McLaren edition will feature the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus chipset and maybe a higher-capacity battery and/or more internal storage space.
What do you think? Would you upgrade from the 7 Pro to this OnePlus 7T Pro if the outside is pretty much the same? Let us know in the comments.
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