OnePlus is set to reveal official images for its 7T series later today, but of course, some bugger out there has leaked them ahead of the embargo.
We got a little teaser of the new handset last week, when OnePlus CEO Pete Lau released a couple of images to ahead of this week's US and India reveal events, and followed up with another titbit about how fast the Warp Charge 30T is going to be.
But the element of surprise has been royally buggered, with a series of leaked press images of the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7T courtesy of WinFuture (via Pocket-Lint). The image at the top shows the OnePlus 7T Pro, while the OnePlus 7T is below in its black and blue variants for you to drool over.
OnePlus 7T Black (image credit: WinFuture)
Both models will feature 90 Hz displays, while the specs that leaked last month indicate that the OnePlus 7T will house Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855+ processor and a 4080mAH battery, and the 7T Pro is rumoured to be keeping the Snapdragon 855 and feature a 3800mA battery.
On the camerea front, both handsets will Incorporate a triple lens setup, but the 7T will have them arranged in a circular array, as opposed to the 7T Pro's vertical formation. The notch on the 7T is replaced by a pop-up camera on the 7T Pro to make the most of the bigger 6.67-inch screen, compared to the 7T's 6.55-inches.
OnePlus 7T Blue (image credit: WinFuture)
There's only a matter of hours to wait for all of the official details, so for shame on whoever leaked these early, and also us for getting on the action, I guess.
Feature image credit: WinFuture