Over the past few weeks, we’ve found out what new phones we’ll see officially announced next year. Among them was the Samsung Galaxy S21, which we saw for the first time yesterday in a video in which one of the units appeared.
Today it’s the turn of another most anticipated top of the range, the OnePlus 9, which was seen exclusively on PhoneArena.
The OnePlus 9 appears for the first time in photos
As often happens in these cases, the design that was seen in this unit is one that had previously been filtered out in the form of renderings and computer-created images.
In the case of the OnePlus 9, we have a mobile with only three sensors on the back. We only say because normally brands already choose to put four, although two of them are irrelevant.
In this case, it has been disclosed that the two main ones will be the same resolution, surely 48 Mpx, and will be the angular and the wide angle. However, data obtained by PhoneArena indicates 48 and 16 MP cameras.
In the same area, but with a much smaller size, we have another sensor, which will surely be a macro or a depth gauge. OnePlus could go for a dual magnification telephoto lens like it did on the OnePlus 7T, but that doesn’t appear to be the case.
On the front we have an OLED display without curvature and with a perforation in the upper left part. It’s very similar to what we’ve seen in the OnePlus 8T before.
In fact, it’s a 6.55-inch panel, with FHD + resolution and 120Hz refresh rate, capable of playing HDR content.
As for the technical specifications, it will have the new Snapdragon 888, 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal memory (although there will surely be another model with more memory) and Android 11.
And don’t be surprised by the logo since OnePlus typically uses another for prototypes and another for production units that will eventually be sold.
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