Today, one of the well-known Weibo tipsters disclosed some parameters of the OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro.

According to him, the OnePlus 9 uses a 6.55-inch 120Hz flexible straight screen. The OnePlus 9 Pro uses a 6.78-inch 120Hz flexible curved screen. The resolution of the former is FHD+ and the resolution of the latter is 2K+. Both adopt hole-punch screen solutions. And under the hood, they will carry the Snapdragon 888 flagship processor.

Not only that, both OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro have a thin and light design. The standard version OnePlus 9 has a thickness of 8mm, and OnePlus 9 Pro has a thickness of 8.5mm. The battery capacity is 4500mAh, which supports 65W flash charging.

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In addition, the tipster revealed that the OnePlus 9 Pro supports IP68 dustproof and waterproof. Here, IP stands for the Ingress Protection, which means the level of protection against the intrusion of foreign objects from external electronic equipment. The IP classification system is represented by IPXX (0~8), the first X represents the dustproof level, and the second X represents the waterproof level.

The higher the number, the higher the protection level. IP68 is the highest dustproof and waterproof specification. It can completely prevent dust from entering, and can be immersed in water for a long time under a certain pressure.

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As for the standard version of OnePlus 9, the machine does not seem to support IP68 dust and water resistance, but it should support life splash resistance. It is expected to be released around March.

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