Sneha Saha New DelhiMarch 4, 2019UPDATED: March 5, 2019 08:59 IST HIGHLIGHTSOnePlus 7 is expected to launch very soon.The new renders show the OnePlus 7 with pop-up selfie camera setup.The renders also show the OnePlus 7 with triple rear cameras.OnePlus 7 is expected to launch very soon. Some details about the phone have already been leaked in the past. Now, some new renders and a 360-degree video showing the phone have been leaked by a popular tipster Onleaks in association with website Pricebaba. The new renders go in line with the old ones and show the OnePlus 7 with pop-up selfie camera setup.The OnePlus 6 and the OnePlus 6T introduced the wide notch and waterdrop notch, respectively. The OnePlus 7 – as the rumours suggest – will not come with any sort of notch. To avoid the notch it seems OnePlus is introducing the pop-up selfie camera similar to what we have seen on the Vivo V15 Pro so far. In fact, the Oppo F11 Pro which is set to launch in India on March 5 will also come with pop-up camera on the front. The only difference in the pop-up between the OnePlus, Vivo and Oppo phone will be of the placement. In the Vivo V15 Pro, the pop-up sits on the extreme right, on Oppo, it will be on the middle, while the renders show that the OnePlus 7 will include the pop-up in the middle of extreme left and centre.The presence of pop-up should mean all screen display. But looks like that isn’t happening. The renders show the OnePlus 7 with a fair amount of chin at the bottom. Rumours suggest the OnePlus 7 will come with a big 6.5-inch display and we believe the company will use AMOLED panel for it. The renders also show the OnePlus 7 from the back side.advertisementThe renders show that the OnePlus 7 will not come with a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, in fact, include an in-display fingerprint sensor on the front. The renders also show the OnePlus 7 with triple rear cameras. This is for the first time a OnePlus phone is said to come with three cameras on the rear panel which will be paired with a LED sensor.During the Mobile World Congress 2019 OnePlus CEO Pete Lau shut all rumours and confirmed that the next OnePlus phone will not come with wireless charging as the company doesn’t feel the need for it as of now. The renders also show the OnePlus 7 to come alert slider and home button on the right side of the phone while the volume rocker will be on the left. The pictures also show the phone with USB type-C port at the bottom next to which is the speaker grill. Past rumours had suggested that OnePlus 7 will come with Snapdragon 855 processor and Warp Charge 30 fast charging.ALSO READ | 5G smartphones are all over MWC 2019, but you should not be excited just yetALSO READ | OnePlus hasn’t forgotten OnePlus 3, will rollout Android Pie update very soonALSO READ | Meizu teases its OnePlus 6T killer for India, rumoured to sport Snapdragon 855 chipsetGet real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted bySneha Saha Tags :Follow OnePlus 7Follow android OnePlus 7 with pop-up selfie camera and triple rear cameras leaked in new rendersDuring the Mobile World Congress 2019 OnePlus CEO Pete Lau shut all rumours and confirmed that the next OnePlus phone will not come with wireless charging as the company doesn’t feel the need for it as of now.advertisement
President Mahinda Rajapaksa has warned of attempts to create an ‘Arab Spring’ in Sri Lanka to topple the government.The Arab Spring is a revolutionary wave of demonstrations, protests, and wars which occurring in the Arab world that began on 18 December 2010 which led to the leaders of Tunisia, Egypt, Libya and Yemen being removed from power. On new evidence of wrongdoing in the final stages of the war in 2009, collated by international organisations and media outlets, he said that putting out such reports and videos was their job. “We must not merely look at one side. They must not merely listen to one group and the Opposition [in Sri Lanka]. So they [the Opposition] are trying to get the support of other countries to create an ‘Arab Spring’ here. That won’t happen in Sri Lanka.”Asked whether he would hold the Northern provincial elections in September, as he had told this newspaper, Rajapaksa said: “Yes, we will hold [the poll] in September. That’s why we have postponed the other [provincial] elections too. I did not want to face the criticism that I was doing it only because I had no intention of holding the Northern provincial elections.” The North would have powers which are “not more, not less” than those enjoyed by the eight other provinces. “Had it happened, I would have known [it]. It is obvious that if somebody [from the armed forces] had done that, I must take responsibility. We completely deny it. It can’t be,” he told The Hindu in an exclusive interview. On the coming U.S.-sponsored resolution at the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC), Rajapaksa said Jaffna was provided with all infrastructure just three years after the war ended. “Who did this within three years? Anybody who has come and seen it has talked about it positively and has commended us.”Even India was “harassed” by the UNHRC over Kashmir, he said. “Sri Lanka is like a volley ball. Everyone is taking turns punching it to cover up their sins.”On the issue of a political solution for the Tamil people, he said that unless the Tamil National Alliance (TNA), an umbrella group of Tamil parties, joined the Parliamentary Select Committee, there could be no way forward. “Without TNA [on the committee], I will not be able to do anything… Earlier, all the leaders gave their solutions from the top. It has failed. The 13th Amendment has failed. Everything has failed,” he said. In an interview with India’s The Hindu newspaper, the President said denied that the Army killed LTTE chief Vellupillai Prabakaran’s 12-year-old son Balachandran. The President said he had not discussed with India its support to Sri Lanka at the UNHRC. “India must know its duty, as a neighbour…, as a friend of Sri Lanka. I can’t dictate to India.”Referring to External Affairs Minister Salman Kurshid’s comments in Parliament on accountability for alleged human rights violations in Sri Lanka, he insisted that Sri Lanka had held people accountable for excesses. “We have filed cases… We have handed down punishments. But this can be done only as per the laws of this country…I have released 14,000 [LTTE] prisoners, who had serious charges against them like murder, after a process of rehabilitation. Had I filed cases against the 14,000 people, what would have happened? I am a Buddhist. We have tolerance and compassion. There are still some more people [of the LTTE] in prison. We are examining ways…to release them.”Sri Lanka’s relations with India were fine after the 2012 vote in Geneva. “There are many incidents to show that the relationship is good. We don’t hold… Indian fishermen who routinely fish in our waters…Thousands of fishermen are crossing and fishing…We sent so many Indian prisoners back home. Despite incidents in Tamil Nadu [where Sri Lankan pilgrims were sent back], there has not been any incident [involving] Indians in Sri Lanka. I understand that there are people who want India to have some confrontation with Sri Lanka… It is all politically motivated,” he said. Rajapaksa allayed fears that MPs of the majority community would hijack the agenda, pointing out that some individuals and parties in the government would not allow it to happen.