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OnePlus 7 Case Renders Leak Suggests SIM Card Tray at Bottom, Vertically-Placed Triple Rear Camera Setup

OnePlus 7 has been a part of the rumour mill for some time. But now, case renders purportedly showing the design of the next-generation OnePlus flagship have surfaced online. The fresh case renders show a cut-out that could be associated with the upcoming smartphone’s anticipated pop-up selfie camera. Also, there is a room for a…

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OnePlus 7 Case Renders Leak Suggests SIM Card Tray at Bottom, Vertically-Placed Triple Rear Camera Setup

OnePlus 7 has been a part of the rumour mill for some time. But now, case renders purportedly showing the design of the next-generation OnePlus flagship have surfaced online. The fresh case renders show a cut-out that could be associated with the upcoming smartphone’s anticipated pop-up selfie camera. Also, there is a room for a vertically-placed triple rear camera setup that comes along with an LED flash. The cases featured on the renders additionally come with cut-outs for the USB Type-C port and alert slider.
The case renders have been leaked on Twitter by one of the top contributors on tipping website Slashleaks Sudhanshu Ambhore. The renders majorly show the notch-less display design of the phone that is said to be the OnePlus 7. They clearly show the room for a pop-up selfie camera module, which is rumoured to be a part of the new OnePlus phone. The top panel of the handset also has a secondary microphone.
At the bottom, the renders show that the phone has a USB Type-C port, loudspeaker grill, and a primary microphone. There is also a cut-out at the bottom that appears to be for the SIM card tray, since the handset doesn’t seem to have a SIM card slot on its sides.

OnePlus 7 purported case render suggests a SIM tray at the bottomPhoto Credit: Twitter/ Sudhanshu Ambhore
 
The sides of the phone do appear to have a volume rocker, power/ lock key, and an alert slider. At the back, there is a OnePlus logo and a triple rear camera setup. The handset also appears with an LED flash module just below the camera setup.
We weren’t able to independently verify the authenticity of the case renders. However, since smartphone brands usually offer dummies to major case render companies before the launch of their devices, the latest renders might be sourced from a case manufacturer.

OnePlus 7 purported case render in TPU materialPhoto Credit: Twitter/ Sudhanshu Ambhore
 
That being said, this isn’t the first time when the OnePlus 7 has been leaked on the Web in its full glory. Case renders allegedly showing the OnePlus 7 along with its triple rear camera setup and pop-up selfie camera leaked a couple of times in the past. Similarly, renders purportedly professing the narrow-bezel display, triple rear camera, and other elements of the phone also spotted last month.
OnePlus CEO Pete Lau confirmed back in February that the OnePlus 7 wouldn’t have wireless charging support. Lau in a separate Weibo post recently suggested the absence of a 3.5mm headphone jack.
The OnePlus 7 is rumoured to debut with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC and come with a 6.5-inch AMOLED display. The phone is also said to have in-display fingerprint sensor support.

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DIY home security camera: All you need is one of the old phones you have in a drawer – CNET

Use Manything, Salient Eye or a similar free app to turn an old phone into a security camera.  Chris Monroe/CNET Most people have at least one old smartphone collecting dust in a drawer somewhere. You can sell your old phone or do a trade-in for a fraction of what you bought it, but if it still…

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Use Manything, Salient Eye or a similar free app to turn an old phone into a security camera. 
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Most people have at least one old smartphone collecting dust in a drawer somewhere. You can sell your old phone or do a trade-in for a fraction of what you bought it, but if it still turns on, there are a number of good uses for old phones around the house. You can turn that old Android phone into a baby monitor or a makeshift Google Home speaker, for example. One of the most useful ways to upcycle an old phone is to convert it into a home security camera.You’ll save a ton of cash by upcycling an old phone instead of buying a new home security camera. And setting it up isn’t hard. In fact, you can start using that old, dusty iPhone or Android phone as a home security camera in just three steps. Read more: 8 reasons not to sell or trade in your old iPhone and 9 ingenious ways to give your old Android phone new life
Step 1: Install a security camera app on your old phoneTo begin, you will need to choose a security camera app for your phone. Most apps offer many of the same features, such as local streaming, cloud streaming, recording and storing footage locally or remotely, and motion detection and alerts. Once you’re set up, you will be able to monitor your living space and control your security camera from anywhere, straight from your new phone.One of the best app options for setting up your phone as a security camera is Alfred. It’s cross-platform, so it doesn’t matter if your old phone was an Android phone or iPhone. And the same goes for your new phone. Alfred is free to use and gives you a remote view of your live feed, motion detection with alerts, free cloud storage, a two-way audio feed and use of both the front and rear cameras. To unlock additional features, like higher-resolution viewing and recording, zoom capabilities, ad removal and 30-day cloud storage, you can upgrade to Alfred Premium. Download Alfred (Android, iOS) on both your old and new phones, or any tablets you want to use.On the new phone, swipe through the introduction and tap Start. Select Viewer and tap Next.Once you get to the sign-in page, click Sign in with Google (a Google account is required) and sign in with your Google account credentials.On the old phone, repeat the same steps, but instead of selecting Viewer, select Camera. And make sure to sign in to the same Google account.Once both phones are signed in to Alfred, you’re pretty much done with the setup. Alfred has simplified the camera options to only include a few settings. On iOS, you can only enable motion detection, choose between the front and rear cameras and enable or disable audio. If you’re using an Android device, you have those options and you can also enable continuous focus, have Alfred automatically reopen if the phone reboots, set a resolution and enable a passcode lock. From your new phone, you can change a few more settings, such as turning notifications on or off, setting a camera or viewer name, adding other people to your Trust Circle (granting other people access to your video feeds), removing a camera, checking how many times a camera has disconnected, settng motion detection sensitivity and enabling a low-light filter on cameras. While Alfred is a solid choice, keep in mind it’s not the only choice. Far from it, in fact. Manything, Salient Eye and Presence are all solid free choices with an affordable subscription model if you need more features. And IP Webcam is one of the more popular Android-only options. Step 2: Choose a spot for your phone security cameraAfter you have the stream up and running, you will need to set up and position the camera. You may want it focused on the main entry point to your home, your backyard, the place where you store valuables or a point you think might be particularly vulnerable. You can also set up an IP camera as a baby monitor. If you have multiple old phones lying around, you can set up multiple cameras for fairly robust video coverage. Step 3: Mount and power your new security cameraTo mount or position the camera, a small smartphone tripod or suction-cup car mount can work wonders and help you position the camera in an inconspicuous place. To broaden the field of view, consider buying a wide-angle lens for your phone, something that can be purchased for between $5 and $20 online.Streaming video is very power-intensive, and the phone will be on 24/7. To keep the phone from dying in the first few hours, you will need to position it close to a power source. A 10-foot Micro-USB or Lightning cable will give you more flexibility in where you put it.And that’s it! Now you can use the security cam app on your new phone to view the feed from your old phone’s camera, and you’ve made your home more secure without spending a dime. While you’re here, we’ve got six quick tips for getting the most out of your home security camera, how to use your Alexa device as a home security camera and the best DIY home security systems.

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Best Prime Day phone deals: Save on Samsung Galaxy Note 20, Google Pixel and more – CNET

This story is part of Amazon Prime Day 2021, CNET’s guide on everything you need to know and how to make sure you get the best deal. Amazon Prime Day is officially here: The big sale kicked off on Monday and lasts until the end of Tuesday. On top of that, we’re getting competing sales from Walmart…

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Best Prime Day phone deals: Save on Samsung Galaxy Note 20, Google Pixel and more     – CNET

This story is part of Amazon Prime Day 2021, CNET’s guide on everything you need to know and how to make sure you get the best deal.

Amazon Prime Day is officially here: The big sale kicked off on Monday and lasts until the end of Tuesday. On top of that, we’re getting competing sales from Walmart and Target at the same time. Prime Day has only just started, and more specials will be rolling out as it progresses, but we’ve already found lots of discounts on phones with prices so low they’re matching earlier Prime Day or Black Friday prices on Amazon and other sites.Note that prices and availability were accurate at the time of publication, but are subject to change. Make sure to check back often for the latest deal prices, as we’re updating this article on a rolling basis to account for newer, better Prime Day phone deals and expired offers.

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Amazon Prime Day Echo speaker deals: Newest Echo Dot for $25, Echo Show 5 at $45 and more – CNET

This story is part of Amazon Prime Day 2021, CNET’s guide on everything you need to know and how to make sure you get the best deal. Amazon Prime Day sales have kicked off, and Echo speakers have some significant mark downs. Whether it’s the Echo Dot, Echo Show or even the car-based Echo Auto, many…

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Amazon Prime Day Echo speaker deals: Newest Echo Dot for $25, Echo Show 5 at $45 and more     – CNET

This story is part of Amazon Prime Day 2021, CNET’s guide on everything you need to know and how to make sure you get the best deal.

Amazon Prime Day sales have kicked off, and Echo speakers have some significant mark downs. Whether it’s the Echo Dot, Echo Show or even the car-based Echo Auto, many models are already on sale. Others are available by ordering via voice on Alexa devices right now, including the latest Echo Show 8, marked down to $95 (a $35 discount for the 8-inch smart display).  We’ll keep updating this and our other Prime Day deals pages as more and better discounts appear. For now, here’s where you’ll find the best of what Amazon’s sale days have to offer.

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