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Render allegedly shows off the Oppo R19 with in-display front camera; will this be the OnePlus 7?

1 day ago   |   By Phone Arena

A render posted the other day on Weibo allegedly reveals the Oppo R19. With razor thin bezels, you would expect to see a notch at the top of the screen. However, instead of a notch, an in-display front-facing camera is shown. Most will prefer seeing a small round sensor on the screen instead of a large notch. In fact, we'd bet that smartphone owners would prefer the look of this render over a smaller teardrop notch.
If this render is legit, the Oppo R19 will also feature an in-display fingerprint scanner. The back of the phone shows off a gradient color design, and ...
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