This article originally appeared on ABACUS Is OnePlus’ next flagship going to have a pop-up selfie camera? Pictures circulating online suggest so -- but comments from OnePlus CEO Pete Lau cast doubts. OnePlus, the Chinese smartphone startup that made a mark in the West One of the first images came from Weibo, spotted by Slashleaks . It shows a front camera module that emerges from the top of the handset, just like the Vivo Nex’s retractable selfie lens . Adding fuel to the rumor, OnePlus devices often share design elements with sister brands Vivo and Oppo. All three belong to the same parent company, BBK Electronics. Check out OnePlus 7 pro on Amazon As Gizmodo points out , the addition seems uncharacteristic of OnePlus’ usually simple design. One Weibo user also expressed skepticism, asking Lau through the CEO’s official account : “Boss, can you respond and discredit this picture?” Lau’s answer? “This has obvious traces of being photoshopped.” Granted, Lau only disputed the authenticity of this particular picture; he didn’t entirely shoot down the possibility that the OnePlus 7 will have a pop-up selfie camera. Meanwhile, renders posted by OnLeaks also show a pop-up selfie camera, together with three cameras on the back. The rest looks pretty similar to the OnePlus 6T. So... To celebrate my fourth Twitter Anniversary as @OnLeaks and start 2019 leaks season, here comes a lil gift as your very first look at the #OnePlus7 ! 360° video + gorgeous 5K renders + dimensions, on behalf of my Friends over @Pricebaba -> https://t.co/gj5eHbiB25 pic.twitter.com/7oNyF9jgG0 — Steve H.McFly (@OnLeaks) March 3, 2019 While it’s probably too early to confirm if OnePlus will add a pop-up selfie camera, we do know there’s one feature that likely won’t come with its next flagship: Wireless charging. During Mobile World Congress last week, Lau told CNET he thinks the technology is “far inferior” to his company’s fast-charging standard called Warp Charge. OnePlus hasn’t confirmed a release date for the OnePlus 7, and Lau doesn’t seem to be in a hurry. He wrote on Weibo : “Five years of phone-making experience have told me that good things are not to be rushed.” For more insights into China tech, sign up for our tech newsletters , subscribe to our Inside China Tech podcast , and download the comprehensive 2019 China Internet Report . Also roam China Tech City , an award-winning interactive digital map at our sister site Abacus .