OnePlus 9 Pro leaks in hands-on images
The latest OnePlus 9 leak comes from YouTuber Dave2D and gives us a good detailed look at the Pro model through a series of hands-on images. The overall design is quite similar to the non-Pro model which leaked back in December and was even auctioned off on eBay later that month.
The 9 Pro comes with four camera modules and Hasselblad branding on the camera island. This would be the first time in a while that the Swedish camera maker is partnering with a smartphone company and is an indication of OnePlus’ camera focused R&D efforts.
We’re expecting a wide, ultrawide, macro and depth sensor module layout here and sadly no periscope lens. There are images of the camera UI which showcase the different modes including Nightscape, Tilt-shift and Pro mode. The camera UI shows the phone can take photos from 0.6 mode through its ultrawide module and up to 3.3x which is presumably done through cropping from the main sensor.
The new leak also confirms the OnePlus 9 Pro comes with a curved screen with QHD+ (3120 x 1440 pixels) resolution and 120Hz refresh rate which can run simultaneously.
It’s expected to run on the flagship Snapdragon 888 with up to 12GB RAM and should sport a 4,500 mAh battery with 65W wired and 45W wireless charging. The Pro is also expected to come with an IP rating which is quite rare for the brand.
The OnePlus 9 series is expected to arrive earlier than last year’s 8-series, supposedly in mid-March which is just a month away. Based on current leaks, we’re expecting a total of three devices including the OnePlus 9 E/9 Lite, the vanilla OnePlus 9 and the aforementioned Pro model.
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