OnePlus is shaping up to be quite busy until the end of this year. There's the launch of its first ever TV next month, already officially confirmed, as is the fact that it's going to out another 5G device before 2020 comes around. And then we've also heard a lot of rumors lately about the company readying a OnePlus 7T Pro and/or OnePlus 7T.
One of these smartphones could be pictured in the leaked sketches below, that come courtesy of Evan Blass, aka @evleaks. Apparently they do depict a product that is in the works at OnePlus, and that device was first spotted all the way back in December of last year, when we showed you a leaked image from an internal presentation held by the Chinese company.
The round camera island on the back is hard to miss, in both cases. This would mark a pretty substantial design change for the company that has so far steered clear of such a camera arrangement. There are no details about which phone this is, unfortunately, so your guess is as good as ours. Would you like to see a OnePlus 7T Pro 5G with this design?
I am failing to understand the point in your thought. Why does it matter? Just looking good without a camera bump is not going to magically make you a better photographer is it?
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