Based on the leaked images we've seen so far, it looks like OnePlus will not use the parts on the OnePlus 7 Pro screen. Instead, the company will adopt the front-facing pop-up. No doubt, there are many people who wonder about the accuracy of these rumors? Well, onePlus seems to have confirmed that.
In one of the announcements published in The New York Times, OnePlus focused on some of the features that come to the phone, one of which is the fact that it will not include any parts on the screen. This is interesting because OnePlus encouraged its customers to adopt the parts, but now it looks like the company is finished.
The New York Times announcement seems to be ridiculing rival companies as well. For example, OnePlus in "No Random Music" ridiculed Apple, who thought it was good to include some preloaded songs on their customers' iPhone.
As for "No 2000 $ Price Tag," is a phrase used by Samsung's OnePlus company that priced its Galaxy Fold smartphone for $ 2,000. However, it remains to be seen if OnePlus will follow in the footsteps of these companies in the future, but if you are interested in at least one of the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro phones and want to know more about them, feel free to return on 14 May. For full details, this is the day that both phones will be officially unveiled.
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OnePlus confirms the arrival of its next major phone with a cut-free screen and at the same time ridicules competitors. Please let us know or leave a comment below