It looks like the OnePlus 7T Pro will follow closely in the footsteps of the OnePlus 7 Pro released earlier this year.
The phone’s specs recently leaked following last week’s rumours surrounding the OnePlus 7T. The major change with the 7T Pro is that it’s tipped to feature Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 855+ processor. Alongside the leaks, OnePlus officially pushed out the OnePlus 7 Pro’s final Android 10 beta just before the prospective launch date of full version of Android 10.
The Snapdragon 855+ promises enhanced GPU power, resulting in about 15 percent faster gaming performance on the new phone.
Beyond the new chip, the 7T Pro is rumoured to feature the same design as the regular 7 Pro.
New camera additions include a Macro mode, HEVC and Hybrid Image Stabilization.
Indeed, #OnePlus7TPro looks similar to the 7 Pro. Most updates on software side, hardware remains same with SD855+ addition. Android 10, 4080mAH Battery. Warp Charge 30T (5V/6A, 0-50% in 20min, 0-100 in 65min) in both 7T Phones. A new Macro mode, HEVC, Hybrid Image Stabilization. pic.twitter.com/OfAXXHMCe1
— Ishan Agarwal (@ishanagarwal24) August 30, 2019
It’s also reported that the device will pack a massive 4,080mAh battery, which is slightly larger than the OnePlus 7 Pro’s 4,000mAh battery.
This new leak also mentions that both phones will include the OnePlus’ Warp Charging technology, which should top up the phone in just over an hour and hit 50 percent in 20 minutes.
What’s interesting about this leak is that the phone’s design is staying the same, while the 7T will get a new camera module overhaul that includes three cameras.
Either way, the phone is set to be released sometime later this fall.
OnePlus has also rolled out its fifth Android 10 beta for the OnePlus 7 Pro, which is based on Google’s sixth and final beta build.
The update brings new full-screen gestures to the phone and fixes a few app compatibility issues.
You can find out how to flash the files onto your OnePlus phone on the company’s forums.
Source: OnePlus, @Ishanagarwal24
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