Earlier this month, I saw the first rendering of the following OnePlus 9 Pro. They show that the company chose a camera hump design similar to the 8T and Nord N series rather than a continuation of the 7Pro and 8Pro designs.
There are two prominent camera modules and two small lenses. Wide, ultra-wide, and telecamera are specified, but the function of the fourth cam is unknown. I don’t think the controversial IR camera will come back. However, from its appearance, there is no periscope camera either.
OnePlus 9 Pro Rendering
Anyway, LetsGo Digital and Concept Creator have worked together to create a new, more realistic rendering of the device for everyone to enjoy.
Notice the curved sides of the screen. The curvature is more visible than that of the OnePlus 8 Pro. This is a 3D model for comparison.
OnePlus 8 Pro
The screen itself sticks to the 6.7-inch diagonal, which is the standard for modern Pro models. I’ve heard rumors that the refresh rate has been adjusted up to 144Hz and the Pro has enhanced stereo speakers that support Dolby Atmos. By the way, the OnePlus 9 Rendering displays a flat-screen.
OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro are scheduled for mid-March launch earlier than usual. This may be a response to the previous Galaxy S21 launch, or it may be aimed at giving the 9 series more time before the 9T update appears later this year.
The OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro will feature the new Snapdragon 875 chipset, which will be officially announced later this week. I’ve already seen both phones running Geekbench with 8GB of RAM, so the memory upgrade isn’t included in the card. The charging system moves up to 65W, but after the Warp Charge 65 debuted at 8T.
The duo will be launched in the United States, T-Mobile will acquire both models, and Verizon will once again select only the millimeter-wave version of the non-Pro model.
But all of that is months away. For now, enjoy this short video of Virtual OnePlus 9 Pro: