A few days ago, leak renders, and live pictures of the OnePlus 7, revealed its design. But today, the smartphone was spotted on a website, along with more information about it.

One Plus 7 was posted to Giztop along with a photo, and its features. This photo only shows the front of the device, and its notch-less screen. The overall design is similar to what we saw in renders. However, there is a difference between the two, the previous renders showed the volume down buttons on the left, with the deactivation button with the alert slider on the right. However, the Giztop image reveals that on the right there is the deactivation button, and the alert slider is completely missing.

In addition, the volume down buttons on the left, and will be two different rather than a single. Therefore, if we had to bet, we would say that renders leaked earlier this week by OnLeaks may be more credible.

The retailer has also registered the OnePlus 7 specifications. The device will have Snapdragon 855 SoC with Adreno 640, 8GB / 12GB RAM, 128GB / 256GB storage, and OxygenOS based on Android Pie. OnePlus 7 features a 6.5 inch AMOLED screen and three rear cameras, which are 48 MP, 20 MP and 16 MP. The selife camera is at 16 MP and is pop-up.

According to Giztop, OnePlus 7 has a 4,000 mAh battery, and will support Dash Charging at 44W, as opposed to what previous sources have reported that the device will support VOOC Fast Charging that we saw on Oppo’s mobile phones. As for the price of the device, again according to Giztop, the smaller version of OnePlus 7 will cost around € 500.