Totally CLEAR OnePlus 7 Pro! - Hidden Front Camera Revealed!
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Its time to take apart the One Plus 7 Pro and see what that camera looks like from the inside. How does the motorized camera on the OnePlus 7 Pro? Does the hidden OnePlus 7 pro pop up using magic? Hidden Motors? Small elves? Magnets? The only way to find out is from the inside.
Would you ever rock a totally transparent phone? Or would you rather have color on the back glass? Let me know in the comments.
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