We know that the OnePlus 9 series smartphones are on the way. Moreover, we know that apart from the two awaited models, there will also be the third version, the OnePlus 9R. Anyways, the launch date is getting closer and it’s logical we will be getting more and more news and leaks about these handsets. For example, TechTipster shared a couple of screenshots, showing the key features of the upcoming two main devices.

OnePlus 9

According to the tipster, the standard version of the OnePlus 9 will come with a Snapdragon 888 flagship mobile platform. It will have an 8GB RAM and at least, a 128GB storage space. Of course, the phone will run on Oxygen OS based on Android 11. Apart from this, we can see that the OnePlus 9 will sport a 6.55-inch Fluid AMOLED display, which also supports 120Hz refresh rate. The camera on the back will have three sensors of 48MP, 50MP and 2MP.

As for the second model, the OnePlus 9 Pro will have a larger screen of 6.7 inches. But it has the same Fluid AMOLED material and supports the same high refresh rate of 120Hz. Under the hood, it still carries the Snapdragon 888 chip, which is supplemented by the same 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage at least. It will run on the same system. However, the camera will get an additional 8MP sensor.

Apart from this, we have heard that the standard version will have a Full HD+ resolution, while the Pro variant will have a 2K resolution. They differ in thickness as well. The former will have an 8mm thickness, while the latter will be 8.5mm thick. The battery capacity should be 4500mAh and they will support 65W charging.

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