OnePlus 7T design shown off in official images


One day after announcing that the OnePlus 7T launch event will be happening later this month, OnePlus has gone ahead and shown off the design of its new phone.

New images shared by OnePlus CEO Pete Lau confirm that the OnePlus 7T will have a triple rear camera setup in a large, round camera housing. This particular model has a gradient color that starts darker at the top and them becomes brighter as you move toward the bottom.


Focusing on those cameras, a rumor from Ishan Agarwal claims that they include a 48MP wide angle cam with f/1.6 aperture, a 16MP ultra wide angle camera with 117-degree field of view, and a 12MP telephoto snapper with f/2.2 aperture and 2x optical zoom. OnePlus hasn’t officially confirmed any of the details of the OnePlus 7T’s cameras.

There aren’t any official images of the front of the OnePlus 7T, but Lau did share some design sketches that include one drawing of the front of the phone. It appears to have a waterdrop notch like last year’s OnePlus 6T.


OnePlus will officially reveal the OnePlus 7T on September 26. Considering that T-Mobile launched the OnePlus 7 Pro earlier this year and the OnePlus 6T last year, it’s a possibility that the OnePlus 7T will also make its way to T-Mo’s shelves as a replacement for that 6T.

Sources: OnePlus, Ishan Agarwal

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  • superg05

    i feel like it would of made more sense to have the 48 mega the tele-zoom


    I’m hoping that the display is flat, without the 7 Pro curved sides. I’ll consider this as a replacement to my 5T.

  • steveb944

    Glad to see the waterdrop so I don’t regret my 7 Pro purchase.

  • Jon

    still no wireless charging…

  • Brad

    I’m still waiting for the 5g version, then I’ll trade in my Galaxy s9! Love my 6t, but the camera in the 7t is a BIG improvement over it. The wireless charging on my s9 is sooo slow compared to the Warp charging on my 6t, you can have it, not a must have for me.

  • roger shahan

    if the rumors are true T-Mobile won’t get the 7t pro

  • Jaswant Patil

    I feel like the OnePlus 7T is far better compare to the OnePlus 7 Pro in all segments and it is priced decently. But the one thing that concerns me is the glass which gets a lot of scratches while placed on table or so. Then I came to know about screen protectors and I don’t know much brands. A friend suggested this clear protector from gadgetshieldz which prevents your device from scratches.