Today is the day OnePlus unveils its next generation of smartphones. You can watch live right now above. 

This year, rather than have one big global launch, OnePlus is hosting unveilings at four major global cities: London, New York, Bangalore and Beijing. 

When is the OnePlus 7 launch? 

The launch will kick off at 4pm British Summer Time (11am EDT) today, 14 May. 

Here are the various global times to make a note of:

  • 4pm London
  • 11am New York
  • 8am San Francisco
  • 3am Sydney (May 15)
  • 8:15pm Bangalore
  • 2pm Beijing (May 16 - separate launch)

How to watch the OnePlus 7 event

For those who can't make it in person to the launch event, you will be able to watch the livestream on YouTube, Twitter or Facebook. Or you can watch it right here - the livestream is embedded at the top of this story.

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What to expect from the OnePlus 7 launch

As for the devices themselves, this year we're expecting both a regular OnePlus 7 and a "Pro" model. The latter of these two is already confirmed to have a higher refresh rate display - rumoured to be 90Hz - and come as both 4G and 5G models. That means three different OnePlus 7 models, rather than just the usual one. 

Internally, the handsets will have the latest Snapdragon 855 processor, plus lots of RAM and storage. We're also expecting to see fast wired charging and a virtually bezel-free display, with rumours of a pop-up camera making the rounds in recent months. What's more, we'd pretty much guaranteed to have the latest version of Oxygen OS running on Android Pie out of the box. 

There's been no shortage of leaks as well as confirmations from OnePlus itself about what to expect - and we've been tracking all the rumours over the past few months which you can read about here. We've also been keeping track of the OnePlus 7 Pro 5G which you can read up on here.

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