The OnePlus 7 series is launching in Malaysia on 21st May

OnePlus 7 Pro Leaked

One of the common complaints about OnePlus phones is that their vibration motor is weak.

Harper's Bazaar cover shot on OnePlus 7 Pro. In this case, the leak involves the full specs of the upcoming OnePlus 7 Pro. There will be a pop-up selfie camera and the rear of the phone will come with triple vertically aligned cameras with a 48-megapixel, a 16-megapixel, and an 8-megapixel sensor. On the rear, the device sports 48MP primary sensor with f/1.6 aperture, a 16MP wide-angle lens with f/2.2 aperture, and an 8MP telephoto sensor with f/2.4 aperture.

The OnePlus 7 Pro will be exclusive to T-Mobile in the U.S. OnePlus' logo will be located in the middle of the phone's back side, while the company's name will sit on the bottom of the phone's back. National Geographic magazines are globally recognised for their breath-taking photos of the mother earth and there's something special about the latest edition. It'll also be one of the first devices to support 5G.

The edition of the magazine is titled "Inspired by Nature", and is a compilation of three National Geographic photographers' - Andy Bardon, Carlton Ward Jr, and Krystle Wright - journeys across North America. "With the OnePlus 7 Pro, you have a whole camera bag in your pocket which is what has allowed us to be able to shoot a whole magazine issue on a smartphone", Wright said.

Right now, the Three website doesn't show any OnePlus phones, but we expect that to change soon.

Netflix has now released two posters for the second season of hit-series Sacred Games, and both of these have been shot from the OnePlus 7 Pro. We are excited to partner with Netflix and Sacred Games Season 2 to creatively showcase the impressive capabilities of OnePlus 7 Pro. "Their feedback helps us focus on certain features".

OnePlus has also taken a page out of Huawei, Apple and Samsung's playbook by offering two different models of its flagship handset. I couldn't believe we had an option to shoot RAW images without having to connect it to an app or computer.

There's no confirmation this is indeed the OnePlus 7 Pro, but it sure looks a lot like what we've seen before.