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We're foreseeing the OnePlus 9 to be the successive prime phone to come from the company, after the recent unveiling of the OnePlus 8T - well, that is unless the OnePlus Nord Lite beats it to the drive.
So starting from,
Launch date and price
•April or May 2021
OnePlus publicized the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro on 14 April 2020, while the OnePlus 7 and 7 Pro were publicized on 14 May 2019 and the OnePlus 6 on 16 May 2018. It is thus likely the OnePlus 9 - and 9 Pro if there is one - would be publicized in the first half of 2021.
At the moment, there is no detailed event date rumoured is mid-March has been indicated, which would be earlier than predicted.
Samsung has also been rumoured to launch its Galaxy S flagship early in 2021 too though, so maybe 2021 is the year that breaks with tradition. Bear in mind early launches don't always happen despite the rumours so don't be upset if the OnePlus 9 doesn't appear until April or May.
There’s no word on how much the OnePlus 9 might cost, but comprehending OnePlus it's going to be fairly affordable. Prices for the OnePlus 8 started at $699, though the starting price for the OnePlus 8T rose to $749. Higher storage options cost more.
The OnePlus 8 Pro had a starting price of $899 for 128GB and $999 for 256GB. OnePlus isn’t one to raise its prices for no reason, but we should expect the OnePlus 9 to cost at least $749 for the lower storage option.
The layout of oneplus 9
•Triple camera for OnePlus 9
•IP68 for 9 Pro?
Rumours indicate that there will be some moderately important changes to the layout in the OnePlus 9, corresponded to the OnePlus 8. Specifically, the phone is said to be adopting a flat-screen on the front, while the rear is said to be curved.
A punch-hole front camera is revealed, though the position is unclear with correlating reports. The camera lodging for the OnePlus 9 is rumoured to be in the top left corner like the OnePlus Nord, and large and rectangular like the OnePlus 8T.
It's claimed two of the three lenses for the OnePlus 9 will be larger, making for a little different look, though it's also been said the CAD render showing this design isn't accurate.
There has also been discussed
of IP68 water and dust resistance
rating, but we assume this will be packed for the OnePlus 9 Pro if it appears.
Display of One plus 9
The OnePlus 9 is said to be coming with a bigger display than the 8 and 8T, which have a 6.55-inch AMOLED display. The rumours don't detail how much bigger the display will be, though a 120Hz refresh rate has been claimed, which is the same as the OnePlus 8T and 8 Pro.
It's likely the OnePlus 9 will have a Full HD+ resolution, making it the same as the OnePlus 8. If there is a 9 Pro, we expect to see a Quad HD+ resolution on this device.
Given the 8T has a bloom brightness of 1,100nits and support for HDR10+ content, we expect the 9 and 9 Pro to offer these attributes too.
Hardware and specifications of oneplus 9
•qualcomm Snapdragon 875
•8GB/12GB RAM options likely
•128GB or 256GB storage variants
•65W fast charging
OnePlus and Qualcomm have a long-standing connection so it's likely the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro will feature the latest Qualcomm processor under its hood. This is expected to be the Snapdragon 875, due to be disclosed in December 2020.
The OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro will be 5G and rumours indicate they will have 65W fast charging onboard, like the OnePlus 8T. There has also been discussed of 40W wireless charging but it is not yet clear if this will be reserved for the 9 Pro.
We'd expect two storage variants: 128GB and 256GB, with the former sporting 8GB RAM and the latter featuring 12GB, though only the 8GB RAM model has appeared in benchmark rumours so far.
The OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro will likely launch with OxygenOS 11 out of the box, meaning they will come with Android 11.
Cameras of oneplus 9
•Triple rear for OnePlus 9
•Punch hole front
The OnePlus 8 has a triple rear camera made up of a 48-megapixel main, 16-megapixel 116-degree ultra-wide sensor and a 2-megapixel macro sensor. The OnePlus 8 Pro has a quad camera, consisting of a 48-megapixel main, 48-megapixel ultra-wide, 8-megapixel telephoto and 5-megapixel photochromatic sensor.
Rumours indicate the OnePlus 9 will have a triple rear camera with two lenses larger than the third, but no details have been leaked as to what the makeup of the camera system will be. If there is a 9 Pro, we predict this device to have a negligibly different camera setup than the standard model.
A punch-hole front camera is expected for both devices, but it's positioning is still unknown as some reports have suggested top left, while others have said centralised.
Now talking about,
What we crave to see in new oneplus 9 series:
The price of an OnePlus flagship may have crept up over the years. Even with upgraded hardware and extra features coming ahead, OnePlus’s stability is making sure its devices are not overpriced. If there has to be a price increase, at least make sure it’s a small one.
A higher resolution main camera
Both the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro have 48MP main cameras. Since many other companies have 64MP and even 108MP snappers, this senses a little low-res, and we'd like to see some refinement.
Sure, the resolution isn't the only factor that sanctions how decent a smartphone picture is, as pixel size can be vital - but the OnePlus 8 didn't have the bigger-pixel 48MP sensor that some other phones have, so it missed out on this purpose.
We'd like to see the OnePlus 9, or even just the 9 Pro, have a high-res main camera, or maybe just a primary snapper with bigger pixels to take better snaps.
Wireless charging in non-pro models
OnePlus had been stubbornly denying to include wireless charging on its phones for years, using the justification that the technology still wasn’t prepared to confront the standard it holds itself to. Then the company backed down and involved very fast 30W wireless charging on the OnePlus 8 Pro.
But wireless charging was nowhere to be found on the OnePlus 8T, and there was no Pro model to pick up the slack. So the OnePlus 9 is our next best hope, and it would be great if OnePlus would cut the justifications and start offering what is now a standard feature on all its future phones.
Extended battery power
The OnePlus 8 had a 4,300mAh battery, which went up to 4,510mAh in the OnePlus 8 Pro.
5,000mAh batteries in phones aren't uncommon though, as such as size ensures the phone will last as long as possible between charges. If the phone has top specifications like 108 mp camera and also because of 120 Hz refreshing rate.
A telephoto lens on the non-Pro OnePlus 9
The OnePlus 8 didn't have but the 8 Pro did - a telephoto camera. This allows you to take optical zoom pictures, nearing the distance without falling any resolution.
Zoomed-in shots are arguably more useful than ultra-wide ones, so it's not favorable that many companies including OnePlus prefer to use the ultra-wide lenses but not telephoto for fewer premium devices.
For full photography potential, we'd like to see the OnePlus 9 have a telephoto and ultra-wide camera, not just one or the other - though if it's got to drop one, at least keep the telephoto.
More differences with Oppo Find X line
The OnePlus 8 Pro was very, very similar to the Oppo Find X2 Pro, with the only real differences being that phone having some improved screen optimizations, a better main camera, and a higher price.
That's not a random comparison - OnePlus and Oppo are both owned by BBK Electronics, as are Vivo and Realme, so they're considered sibling companies, and much of the tech developed by one is used by another.
But in the OnePlus 8 and Oppo Find X2 lines, it seems a little too much tech was shared, and the phones were a bit too similar. We'd like the OnePlus 9 to have a lot less in common with the Oppo Find X3 phones so we can see a bit more rivalry in the field.
One of the biggest complaints about the OnePlus 7 Pro was it’s decidedly not-Pro-level haptics. When OnePlus launched the OnePlus 8 Pro, it revealed “Haptic Vibration 2.0,” which is supposedly better. If it is, it’s not by much.
Strong haptics is one of the easiest ways to feel the difference between a premium phone and a not-premium phone. OnePlus needs to up its game here for the OnePlus 9 series, at the very least on the OnePlus 9 Pro. If the vanilla model has the same haptics as the OnePlus 8 Pro, that will be OK, as long as the Pro model gets a serious upgrade.
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