+ Wednesday May 22nd, 2019

The OnePlus 7 Pro launch date is nearing and the leaks are getting more and more abundant, from both OnePlus and variant internet leakers.

Overnight OnePlus issued a couple of teasers with one talking about making your phone slower and the other promising an icy smooth phone.

We assume the first one about making the phone slower somehow refers to the fast WARP charging OnePlus uses given the symbol shown in the GIF demonstrates that but what exactly it means by making it slower is a bit of a mystery.

The seocnd one is also mysterious with OnePlus promising ‘icy smooth’ performance — not sure what that means but it probably wouldn’t be good for them to promise blazingly hot performance.

OnePlus also revealed that their upcoming OnePlus 7 Pro had been used ‘exclusively’ in a photo shoot for prominent actress Jameela Jamil (from The Good Place – Netflix, check it out — great show). Apparently the images included in the story and on the cover of Bazaar magazine were taken with a OnePlus 7 Pro and were untouched and unedited.

Of course overnight there was also a leak of what appears to be official renders of the OnePlus 7 Pro. The photos show two different colours for the upcoming OnePlus flagship. The two colours are Nebula Blue and Mirror Grey.

Nothing new can be garnered from the images but we can see how sleek the phones looks with such minimal bezels and not a notch in sight.

With the reveal of the phone set for May 14 we don’t have long to wait until it all is unveiled but I’m not sure there is anything left to reveal. What do you think?

Source: 9to5Google.
Source 2: Winfuture.

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Surely they meant, we just made your (existing) phone (seem) slower?

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