OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro are set to launch today. OnePlus will host events in three locations across the world – Bangalore (India), London (the UK) and New York (the USA) to officially show-off the much awaited "flagship killer". The company may also launch a new version of their wireless headphones, named Bullets Wireless 2 and a car charger called Warp Charge 30 at the event.

Tickets for the event were up for sale last month and got sold out in a week, so don't panic if you were unable to grab one. You can watch all three events live through their official livestreams. Pre-booking for the phones through Amazon (which offered a free screen replacement worth Rs. 15,000) closed a week ago at 11:59 PM on May 7, but brick-and-mortar stores like Croma and Reliance started offering the opportunity following that.

Three live streams for today's events are already scheduled on the OnePlus YouTube page – the main event in New York, one in London, and another in Bangalore. A separate Chinese launch will take place tomorrow in Beijing. More details are available on their website.

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OnePlus 7 will be available exclusive to Amazon in India.Amazon India (screen-grab)

OnePlus 6T came at an MRP of Rs. 45,999 for 8GBs of RAM and 256GB storage. The OnePlus 7 is a direct successor to OnePlus 6T, while the superior OnePlus 7 Pro offers a more enriched experience with its UFS 3.0 technology, HDR10+ display and internet-famous camera.

The price estimates for OP 7 Pro are as follows:

OnePlus 7 Pro Variants rumoured Pricing
6GB RAM | 128GB Storage 49,999
8GB RAM | 256GB Storage 52,999
12GB RAM | 256GB Storage 57,999
OnePlus 7 Pro hands-on images leak
OnePlus 7 Pro hands-on images leakWeibo

The alleged 90 Hz curved AMOLED display on the OnePlus 7 Pro has been given an A+ rating by DisplayMate, pitting it at par with Samsung Galaxy S10. The rumoured Snapdragon 855 processor paired with 12GBs of RAM make it a beast of a phone.

The livestreams will start simultaneously at 8:30 PM IST, barring the India version, which will start 15 minutes prior.