Check out these renders of the OnePlus 7T with a triple camera setup

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A couple of days ago we saw sketches of an unknown OnePlus device with the back housing a circular camera island. Turns out that device is the OnePlus 7T. This confirmation comes from popular leakster OnLeaks who leaked the CAD renders of the 7T, giving us our best look yet at the device.

The front side of the OnePlus 7T looks similar to its non-T variant – notched display surrounded by small bezels and an earpiece above the selfie camera. But, the back is where things look different.

The OnePlus 7 comes with a dual camera setup placed vertically in the center, whereas the 7T sports a circular island housing three cameras in horizontal orientation with the flash placed right below.

Here's our first look at the OnePlus 7T with a triple camera setupAnother change here is at the bottom. The OnePlus 7 has a USB-C port at the bottom flanked by two grilles – one each for the speaker and primary microphone. But on the 7T, we only have a single grille, as the other one is replaced by a SIM card slot.

Rest of the design remains the same, and the 7T also has dimensions identical to the OnePlus 7.

As far as the specifications are concerned, the OnePlus 7T is expected to have Snapdragon 855+ SoC under the hood which will be paired with up to 8GB RAM.

Talking about the cameras, the selfie shooter will likely remain unchanged, but it remains to be seen if the main camera on the 7T will be paired with a telephoto or an ultra-wide-angle lens, or both. The OnePlus 7 doesn’t have either of them, so it will be a nice addition.

The OnePlus 7T and 7T Pro will be likely unveiled next month alongside the OnePlus TV, and OnLeaks says that the company will announce the OnePlus 7T McLaren “Senna” Edition as well.

More details about these products should follow soon.

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