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OnePlus 7 to feature a triple rear camera, company teases on Instagram

The OnePlus 7 lineup will be announced on May 14. As usual, the company has started teasing the device ahead of the launch. This news comes courtesy of the company’s Instagram handle wherein it has teased the triple rear camera array of the OnePlus 7 (or the Pro).

 

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Bells and whistles make noise. We make phones. #OnePlus7Series

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The company has put out a pretty bold statement here which is not typical of OnePlus. Certainly, OnePlus is also experiencing the current market pressure as the OnePlus 7 will most probably have a price tag similar to the widely popular Samsung Galaxy S10e.

Bells and whistles make noise. We make phones

Nevertheless, this will be the first time that we will see a OnePlus device with triple camera setup.

Speaking of the OnePlus 7 Pro, we have not got any substantial leak as far as the looks of the device are concerned.

As per the latest report, the Oneplus 7 Pro will have 5G capabilities and will be powered with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset and X50 modem.

The live shots, however, appear to be pretty fake and it is amusing to see GSMArena not noticing the fact that it is indeed an image of the OnePlus 6T in the About Phone menu.

Still, as per the source, the OnePlus 7 Pro bearing the model number GM1915 will feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset coupled with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage which will further be expandable with the help of an external SD card.

The image also shows that the device will run on Android 9 Pie out of the box with 9.5.1 GM31CB build number.

As of now, nothing can be said for sure as the image itself does not appear to be legit.

To know more about the OnePlus 7, you can head to our existing coverage of the same.

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