OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro renders show up online ahead of official launch

We now have two options



OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro | Renders from

OnePlus is having a major event next week for a new premium phone — the OnePlus 7 Pro. Although, the brand will also launch a regular OnePlus 7 for those who like to keep things simple. There have been leaks about the specs and design of the upcoming phones. However, these new high-quality renders will give us a clearer look at OnePlus’ next devices.

Let’s start with the vanilla OnePlus 7. The official-looking renders show that the regular OnePlus 7 will look nearly identical to the OnePlus 6T. The phone’s front features a waterdrop notch and an edge-to-edge display with a slight chin.

If you’ll look closer, the OnePlus 7 has a wider earpiece, which could mean that it now has stereo speakers. Fans have been asking for this, so it’s something to look forward to.

OnePlus 7 Pro (left) and OnePlus 7 (right) | Renders from

Like the front, OnePlus 7’s back only has a minor physical change. The LED flash is now grouped with the camera module.

If you want big changes, then you better look at the OnePlus 7 Pro. Because of its major upgrades, the Pro variant of the OnePlus 7 has been the talk of the town in the OnePlus community.

We’ve seen it before. These new OnePlus 7 Pro renders confirm everything about the upcoming flagship phone. Whether fans like or not, OnePlus is now part of the list of manufacturers with a pop-up selfie camera.

OnePlus 7 Pro in gold, black, and blue | Renders from

The notch, which first showed up on OnePlus’ phone last year, is now gone. Like Vivo‘s V15 Pro and OPPO‘s F11 Pro, the OnePlus 7 Pro will have a distraction-free display. DisplayMate has confirmed the phone’s outstanding display quality; a good thing for those who are skeptical about OnePlus’ new approach.

Specs-wise, both the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro will come with the Snapdragon 855 processor and AMOLED panels. Of course, OnePlus is giving the big features to the Pro variant like the 90Hz curved display, UFS 3.0 storage, triple rear cameras, and maybe even 5G connectivity.

Pricing and availability details will be unveiled during OnePlus’ event in New York on May 14.

Source:, 2

SEE ALSO: Harper Bazaar India’s May cover is shot on a OnePlus 7 Pro


Realme X50 Pro 5G confirmed to have 65W fast charging

Fastest charging technology available right now



Following the cancellation of MWC 2020, Realme has announced it will launch its next flagship product, the Realme X50 Pro 5G, via an online event.

The Realme X50 Pro 5G will be powered by a Snapdragon 865 processor, 5G support, a Full HD+ display, 12 GB of RAM, 256 GB of internal storage, 65W SuperDart fast charging ability, and the new Android 10-based Realme UI.

Unlike the Realme X50 5G, which comes with a 120Hz IPS LCD display, the Realme X50 Pro 5G will sport an AMOLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate. Multiple cameras on the back are also certain, but it remains to be seen what image sensors make the cut.


At the Snapdragon Tech Summit in December, Realme was one of the notable smartphone makers that confirmed the use of the new generation of 5G chipsets for its upcoming smartphones.

OPPO’s Reno Ace is the only phone to support 65W fast charging today and Realme’s offering will be called SuperDart. Realme’s CMO Xu Qi Chase revealed additional information about the new charging technology over on Weibo, stating that the Realme X50 Pro will use a GaN charger which is more compact, efficient, and generates less heat.

Continue Reading


Lenovo’s new phone will supposedly score 600,000 on AnTuTu



Since its inception, AnTuTu has dominated the benchmark conversation for mobile devices. Even today, smartphones are still touting higher and higher scores for their marketing campaigns. Naturally, when a device brags about a new top score, all eyes are focused on the new contender.

Today, Lenovo wants to hog all that spotlight. On Chinese social network Weibo, leaks have teased an all-new Lenovo phone that will supposedly score 600000 on the AnTuTu scale. It’s quite a huge boast for the Chinese smartphone company. Currently, Apple owns the highest-scoring phone on AnTuTu; the iPhone 11 Pro Max holds a score of 548239. On the Android side, the ROG Phone 2 holds the high score of 507051. Only Apple’s 12.9-inch iPad Pro 3 has a higher score — a whopping 720076 — but, of course, it’s a tablet and not a phone.

Image source: Weibo

Like the ROG Phone 2, Lenovo’s new phone will likely cater to the gaming market. One of the posters uses the slogan, “Game On.”

In another poster, Lenovo has confirmed the industry-leading Snapdragon 865 for the upcoming smartphone. A new AnTuTu high score is definitely in the realm of possibility.

Since it will go up against the ROG Phone 2, Lenovo will likely launch the smartphone under its own gaming line, Legion. No word on an official launch yet, though.

SEE ALSO: Lenovo IdeaPad S540 review: A professional’s daily driver

Continue Reading


Xiaomi Mi 10 series goes official with 5G support and flagship specs

Xiaomi’s going all in



Xiaomi has launched the new Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro at an event in China. The new flagships have only been launched in China but the company was expected to launch them globally in Barcelona, Spain on Feb 23, one day before MWC 2020 was scheduled to begin.

However, after the cancellation of the tech convention, there’s no certainty about the Xiaomi launch event. Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, however, the phones were launched at an online-only event.

Both the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro feature 6.67-inch OLED displays with a 90Hz refresh rate, Snapdragon 865 processors, and up to 12GB of RAM. The duo also sports a 108-megapixel primary lens.

The Mi 10 has a 13-megapixel wide-angle sensor, a 2-megapixel depth sensor, and a 2-megapixel portrait lens. The Mi 10 Pro, on the other hand, houses a 12-megapixel lens for portraits, an 8-megapixel telephoto lens with 10x hybrid zoom, and a 20-megapixel wide-angle lens.

The cameras will be capable of shooting 8K videos. The front camera that is housed in a punch-hole is a 20-megapixel unit. During the launch event, Xiaomi claimed that the Mi 10 Pro managed to score 124 in the DxOMark testing. Additionally, while both feature a 108-megapixel main rear-facing camera, the one in the Mi 10 Pro has an 8P lens.

The Mi 10 houses a 4780mAh unit with 30W fast charging. The Mi 10 Pro comes with a slightly smaller battery with 4500mAh capacity. When it comes to connectivity, the Mi 10 series phones support the latest Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.1, as well as dual-mode 5G.

The Mi 10 starts at a price of CNY 3,999 (US$ 572) for the 8GB+128GB version, CNY 4,299 (US$ 615) for the 8GB+256GB option, and CNY 4,699 (US$ 672) for 12GB+256GB variant.

The Mi 10 Pro starts at CNY 4,999 (US$ 715) for the 8GB+256GB option and CNY 5,499 (US$ 786) for the 12GB+256GB variant. The top of the line variant with 12GB RAM and 512GB of internal storage is available for 5,999 (US$ 858).

Continue Reading