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At this point, this shouldn’t come as a surprise that OnePlus has been following a two flagship a year strategy with the company launching one in the first half of the year and then undermining its own device in the second half. The same is true for OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro as well which were launched earlier this year. The company is now rumoured to replace OnePlus 7T with OnePlus 7T Pro.
While one might say that two flagships at an event are enough, OnePlus certainly has a different view. According to the latest renders, OnePlus is expected to launch OnePlus 7T, 7T Pro and OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren edition. OnePlus has partnered with McLaren before but the company didn’t announce the McLaren edition at launch which was bummer for early adopters. However, this time, OnePlus will launch all the device at one event giving customers more choices.
Moving to the specs, OnePlus is expected to launch all the devices with minimal differences. The 7T Pro and 7T Pro McLaren edition are expected to come with a 6.7-inch display with 90 Hz refresh rate. The device will be powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ SoC and will have 8 GB of RAM paired with 256 GB of storage. The McLaren edition is expected to have 12 GB of RAM instead of 8 GB. All the devices will have an in-display fingerprint scanner and will run on Android 10.
OP7TPro / OP7TPro ML. E. :
6.67inch 2K+ 90Hz
4085mAh Warp Charge 30T
8/256GB (12GB ML. E. only) base
Improved cam software as mentioned above
— Max J. (@Samsung_News_) August 30, 2019
The camera on 7T Pro and 7T Pro McLaren edition is said to sport triple rear cameras with a combination of 48MP (Primary) + 16MP (Ultra-Wide) + 8MP (Telephoto with 3x zoom). Unlike the OnePlus 7T, OnePlus 7T Pro and 7T Pro McLaren edition will have vertical camera arrangement which honestly looks far better than the circular design.
OnePlus is expected to launch all the three devices in India on September 26th, 2019 followed by a global launch in Europe and probably the US.