Since we don't see a fingerprint reader on the backside, we can assume that OnePlus will stick with the in-display reader that it utilized previous year.
On Tuesday, OnePlus has an announcement to make about the announcement event for its new phones, the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro. However, this time around it'll sport curved edges, no notch, a 6.7-inch diagonal, and a 3120x1440p resolution. It is also said that the devices will be joined by the 5G phone. In the teaser, the company stressed too much on a smooth experience which hints towards the 90Hz display. The Pro version is also said to support 90Hz refresh rate, making it an ideal smartphone for gaming.
Eagle-eyed OnePlus fans will also likely notice the fact the word "smooth" has three Os in the short animation published with the tweet. It is expected that the company will include the current best 48-megapixel Sony IMX 586 sensor. However, the specs of these two sensors are still a mystery. On the front, we have a 16MP self-timer lens. That doesn't mean their phones aren't still really, really good and to be considered, it just means you'll have to spend to get one, just like every other good phone.
As reported in these columns, the speculation is rife about OnePlus launching 3 variants this year, the OnePlus 7, OnePlus 7T and the OnePlus 7 Pro. Further information regarding the battery is that it will come with support for 30W Warp Charge.
OnePlus smartphones come with proprietary fast charging capabilities. Last but not least, the OnePlus 7 Pro will have an in-display fingerprint sensor. These displays are most commonly used in the gaming phones and if the reports are believed to be accurate, then utilizing these in the next flagships of OnePlus is undoubtedly commendable, and in the coming month, we can expect these displays with the upcoming OnePlus 7 devices. However, the OnePlus 7 price could be a few bucks more than the OnePlus 6T. The Chinese smartphone manufacturer is expected to unveil two new smartphones, namely, the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro. More image renders and 360-video have appeared, showing us the new phones could be flagship killers with OnePlus 5G apps and the absence of a notch or camera hole.