The OnePlus 9 Pro features up to four rear cameras
Before proceeding, do take into account that certain details may change ahead of launch because the OnePlus 9 Pro is still in the prototyping stage. But as things stand, the flagship in question boasts a new design that closely resembles the one previewed on the vanilla OnePlus 9 5G.
All of these cameras are paired with a dual-tone LED flash and a small microphone for recording video. Unfortunately, no information about the camera specs or features are available at this stage.
Despite criticism, OnePlus has selected a curved display
Next year’s flagship will be a little smaller, though. Whereas the 2020 model offered a 6.8-inch screen, the 2021 model features a 6.55-inch panel.
Giving you the opportunity to take full advantage of the display, which should also offer a 120Hz refresh rate, will be Android 11 and Oxygen OS 11. There’s no word on the battery yet, but the company’s latest 65W fast charging tech is to be expected on the OnePlus 9 Pro.
On an unrelated note, sandwiched between the front and rear panels is an aluminum frame that houses a USB-C port and speaker on the bottom, a volume rocker on the left side, and the power button and Alert Slider on the right.
The one thing that’s missing, although not particularly surprising, is a 3.5mm headphone jack.
OnePlus 9 Pro – Chipset, storage, and RAM expectations
Buyers of the flagship can also expect to find 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage as standard. Although, if you’re willing to spend some more money, versions with up to 12GB of RAM and 512GB of storage could be made available.
OnePlus 9 Pro announcement and release date
The OnePlus 9 Pro announcement is scheduled to take place in March, as corroborated today by Hemmerstoffer. The event will also see the introduction of the OnePlus 9, with both devices hitting shelves shortly after.