Confusing leak says OnePlus 7T will have better specs than the possibly non-existent OnePlus 7T Pro


The OnePlus 7T has been making the rounds in the rumor mill lately, but we haven’t actually heard much of anything about the OnePlus 7T Pro. The next rumor follows that trend, but throws another bit of confusion in the mix by seemingly confirming that the OnePlus 7T will have better specs as the Pro variant.

Don’t worry, we’re just as confused as you are.

Snapdragon 855+ only for the OnePlus 7T

According to this leak, we’ll supposedly see a pretty substantial spec bump on the OnePlus 7T. There will be a Snapdragon 855+ paired with 8GB of RAM powering everything, plus either 128GB or 256GB of internal storage. The 6.55-inch display will have a 90hz refresh rate and a smaller notch, and there’s a triple camera system on the back.

That’s a pretty decent jump in hardware, and brings the OnePlus 7T pretty closely in line with the original OnePlus 7 Pro.

But here’s where things get weird; the OnePlus 7T Pro, which hasn’t been mentioned much at all, is rumored to launch with just a Snapdragon 855. That’s not actually an improvement over the current model.

5G models and cloud storage

A possibility for the lack of a spec jump is that OnePlus will be releasing a OnePlus 7T Pro 5G, and that’s where we’ll see the better hardware. It could also just mean that we don’t see a regular OnePlus 7T Pro at all. At this point, the rumor doesn’t make a ton of sense.

Another bit that’s worth mentioning, however, is that OnePlus is giving away a year of free cloud storage with their devices, which might be their own cloud storage offering.

We’re expecting quite a bit out of this upcoming announcement, where OnePlus will unveil two new devices and the OnePlus TV device. After this leak, though, it looks like we may have some new services coming up from OnePlus, too. Keep an eye out.

source: Ishan Agarwal


Born in southern Alabama, Jared spends his working time selling phones and his spare time writing about them. The Android enthusiasm started with the original Motorola Droid, but the tech enthusiasm currently covers just about everything. He likes PC gaming, Lenovo’s Moto Z line, and a good productivity app.






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