Just months away from the official launch of the OnePlus 7, the device has been spotted on a retailer’s website that reveals all specifications of the handset along with an image leak.

The website Giztop claims the device will include a Snapdragon 855 SoC, up to 12GB RAM and Android Pie-based OxygenOS. The specs included seems to match those we have already seen rumored except for the alert slider which is missing on this image. The entire listing breaks down, aside from the sketchy render the mention of Dash charging.

Ever since a copyright claim over the name Dash charging, OnePlus have called their fast charging WARP charging dodging the name Dash charging. One section of the description actually calls it VOOC charging which is actually OPPO’s proprietary fast charging.

At the forefront, there will be a 6.5in AMOLED screen, according to Giztop, and you’ll find a triple-camera setup around the back comprising of 48MP, 20MP, and 16MP lenses. As other leaked have also suggested, a 16MP front-facing camera will pop-up from the top of the device. The volume points are placed on the left of the device whereas the power button is located on the right.

It is said to have a notch less display with a Snapdragon 855 SoC and can come with up to 12GB of RAM. Powered by Android 9 Pie OS based on Oxygen OS the device is said to be sporting 6.5-inch AMOLED display.

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