OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro are not out yet, but OnePlus typically refreshes its new range with a model ‘T’ later in the year, we’re expecting the same to happen this year.

Which may surprise you – in any case, the Pro model is a brand new a part of the range so might have replaced the T update, however, rumors of a OnePlus 7T are starting to roll out, so it appears there’s no actual change within the company’s launching strategy.

Coming ahead of the OnePlus 7 we wouldn’t count on many massive modifications. However, there are several issues we’re hoping to see which you’ll discover listed below. We’ve additionally highlighted all the essential information and leaks surrounding the OnePlus 7T, so learn on for those too.

The only launch date rumor to date for the OnePlus 7T pointed to October 15.

Sadly, the source didn’t provide an alternate date, so, for now, all we can do is have a look at when previous OnePlus handsets launched.

The OnePlus 6T was introduced in October 2018 then hit stores in November, whereas the OnePlus 5T and OnePlus 3T have been each introduced and went on sale in November, of their respective years, so an announcement in October or November looks very likely.

As for what it will price, it’s first value noting that we would get two new phones – OnePlus 7T and OnePlus 7T Pro. But in any case, based mostly on the previous kind we wouldn’t expect costs to be a lot different to the OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro, though they might rise a bit.

That would imply a possible starting value of no less than £499 (around $600/AU$890) for the OnePlus 7T and at the least $669 / £649 (around AU$990) for the OnePlus 7T Pro, assuming the launch of each phone. Nevertheless, it’s worth noting that the standard OnePlus 7 isn’t formally available in the US and neither model came to Australia.

The first of those factors means that it would make sense for OnePlus only to launch one 7T model.