OnePlus has scheduled the debut of its next-generation flagship smartphones for March’21. The model numbers of the OnePlus 9 series have already been leaked along with the OnePlus 9 initial renders, a couple of days ago. This year there will be three different models: OnePlus 9, OnePlus 9 Pro, and finally a new addition, maybe OnePlus 9 Ultra (not sure though). The latest near-accurate CAD renders of OnePlus 9 Pro by Steve Hemmerstoffer of OnLeaks, gave us a fair idea of the design and camera housings which is supposed to debut early next year.
According to the renders, two of the cameras are enclosed within metal rings almost like the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, and can protrude slightly from the housing. The module will additionally house two smaller cameras (possibly macro and depth lenses), flash, microphone, and other sensors.
Unlike the OnePlus 8 Pro, though, the top-end OnePlus 9 series device will swap the centered camera module for one mounted to the left side, a bit like the 8T and latest Nord devices. Apparently, four camera sensors are going to be within that module, though the planning might not be finalized at this point. Somewhat almost like the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, too, OnePlus has apparently opted to put metal rings around the two primary lenses.
The OnePlus 9, on the opposite hand, is shown to possess a triple-camera setup with a 48 MP primary, 48 MP ultra-wide-angle, and a 3rd sensor, which is probably going to be a monochrome or macro lens. The OnePlus 9 Pro will feature the standard alert slider and power button on the proper, the quantity rocker on the left, and a speaker grille at the rock bottom edge.
Apart from this first design preview, not much is realized about the OnePlus 9 Pro. If we take the context of the previous-gen smartphones, the new OnePlus 9 Pro might equip with either AMOLED/OLED display with at least 120 Hz or 144 Hz refresh rate. The smartphone might be powered by the upcoming Snapdragon 875 SoC paired with a minimum of 8 or 12 GB RAM and up to 512 GB of onboard storage and are often expected alongside a 65 W fast-charging capability.
OnePlus is claimed to be introducing the 9 Pro in March. that might be according to OnePlus’ usual half-year increment, if slightly before the 8 Pro’s one-year anniversary. We’d take care of making too many assumptions, though. The 9 Pro design could still change within the next few months, and therefore the COVID-19 pandemic has complicated releases for quite a couple of companies. this is often nonetheless in line with earlier leaks and suggests OnePlus won’t attempt to shake up its formula in 2021.
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