OnePlus 7 Pro Leak Reveals Stunning Design

In less than two weeks, we'll finally lay eyes on the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro, the latest phones from upstart phone maker OnePlus. But leaked images posted by an Internet tipster may have given us an early look at the Pro version of OnePlus' new smartphone.

OnePlus 7 Pro (Credit: Ishan Agarwal)

(Image credit: OnePlus 7 Pro (Credit: Ishan Agarwal))

Posting on Twitter, leaker Ishan Agarwal has shared images that reportedly show off the OnePlus 7 Pro. Agarwal doesn't cite the source for these leaked images, but they look an awful lot like the kind of official press renders a phone maker would put out when they're releasing a new device.

If accurate, these tweeted OnePlus 7 Pro images give us a close-up look at the new colors planned for OnePlus' phone while confirming several rumored design decisions that the phone maker is reported to have made.

As for the design of the phone, Agarwal's photos show a device with no notch and minimal bezels, suggesting that the front camera is housed in a mechanism that will pop up when you need to snap a selfie. All three of those design notes are consistent with what we've heard about the OnePlus 7 Pro so far. The less expensive  and smaller OnePlus 7 is expected to retain the teardrop-style notch included on the OnePlus 6T.

On the color front, Agarwal shows off two variatons one the OnePlus 7 Pro — one in Mirror Grey and the other in Nebula Blue. The Mirror Gray model looks like fairly traditional option for smartphones while the Nebula Blue offera a more daring — and in our opinion, appealing — color.

As for the rear cameras, the photos tweeted by Agarwal show off three lenses stacked vertically. Again, that's in line with rumors about the OnePlus 7 Pro, which is likely to add an ultra wide lens to its rear camera setup.

OnePlus has a press event set for May 14 when it will reveal its new phones. In the meantime, check out our OnePlus 7 rumor roundup.

Philip Michaels

Philip Michaels is a Managing Editor at Tom's Guide. He's been covering personal technology since 1999 and was in the building when Steve Jobs showed off the iPhone for the first time. He's been evaluating smartphones since that first iPhone debuted in 2007, and he's been following phone carriers and smartphone plans since 2015. He has strong opinions about Apple, the Oakland Athletics, old movies and proper butchery techniques. Follow him at @PhilipMichaels.

  • mjdindc
    I don't understand the big objection to the notch. I will take that over a popup that is just asking for mechanical or water damage.
  • mnovosel
    mjdindc said:
    I don't understand the big objection to the notch. I will take that over a popup that is just asking for mechanical or water damage.

    First off the notch is simply terrible design. Companies began copying Apple because they did it first and when Jobs was around, it was a safe bet to copy. But there's absolutely no way he would have ever launched the iPhone with a notch if he was around. How you know the notch is terrible is because no one ever said "this is a great design"...all you ever hear folks say is "I don't mind it" or "I got used to it".

    Second, a lot of folks don't use a front facing camera or do so very rarely so it's a perfect solution for many who have no interest in selfies. Yes a new mechanical failure possibility is there but worth the solid and beautiful design of the phone.