OnePlus has recently launched the McLaren Edition of the OnePlus 6T and company is working on the two upcoming devices. One is OnePlus 7 and another is OnePlus 5G Phone. Now in the recent leak, it seems that OnePlus upcoming smartphone leaked with an image circulating online.
Image surfaced online which show the real-life image of next smartphone from the OnePlus. Device concept said to represent one of the upcoming OnePlus Android smartphones meant to be released in 2019. The device image could be of OnePlus 7 or OnePlus 5G smartphone, as both the devices are under development from company.
The leaked image could be the prototype of the upcoming device, which is under development and can be different when the final design of the device comes up.
One of the most defining features of the leaked prototype is a circular camera module on the back of the device which appears to be housing numerous imaging sensors, as well as an LED flash strip. The setup also appears to be slightly protruding from the prototype’s rear plate, with its overall look being somewhat reminiscent of Motorola’s contemporary Android smartphones that are part of the Moto lineup.
Following a move to dual rear cameras with the OnePlus 5 and 5T, the firm ditched its original horizontal lens alignment for a vertical one with the OnePlus 6 and 6T launched over the course of 2018.
EXCLUSIVE! Here's your first look at an upcoming OnePlus Device I don't know much about. This image shows the device in prototype/designing stage and it is not final but this is probably how the device may end up looking. That's Pete (CEO of OP) in the img and the device itself. pic.twitter.com/Yau9EsgSDy— Ishan Agarwal (@IshanAgarwal24) December 19, 2018
The image was tweeted by tipster Ishan Agarwal (refer the tweet above) shows an unknown OnePlus device on a presentation slide and in the hands of CEO Pete Lau. The large, circular camera bump on the back is something we’ve never seen on a OnePlus device. We can see two physical devices in the photo, one in red and the other in white or grey. Ishan says this is the prototype/design stage still, so the device we’re seeing is likely not the final version.