The latest information on the OnePlus 9 screen suggests that the design is quite familiar.
The OnePlus 9 series rumors and leaks continue to come and won’t stop until the phones are announced. The latest information floating around relates to the OnePlus 9’s screen and it looks like its design is quite familiar.
As written by PocketNow, OnePlus 9 has the same screen as OnePlus 8T. The 2020 flagship features a 6.55-inch flat screen with a hole in the upper left corner for the front camera. This means that the OnePlus 9 does not have a curved screen like its predecessor, the OnePlus 8, but a flat screen.
OnePlus 9 Pro
Some users expressed their displeasure with the curved screens, and we saw some manufacturers like Samsung drop the curved screen in favor of a flat panel for new models. OnePlus did the same with the OnePlus 8T and it looks like it will continue the trend with the OnePlus 9.
The information on a flat panel screen matches a rendering of the OnePlus 9 released in November 2020. The picture shows that the phone has a flat screen and not a curved one. Users who like a curved screen will have to resort to the OnePlus 9 Pro, the rendering of which has revealed that it has a curved screen.
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The OnePlus 9 screen should be an AMOLED panel and have a refresh rate of 120 Hz. The smartphone should be equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset with up to 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage. The renders of the phone showed that it has three rear cameras and a single front camera. A previous information leak also gave us a first look at the rear cameras, where it can be seen that none of the sensors have a periscope lens.
There is no confirmation of the battery specs, but a leak found that the OnePlus 9 supports wireless charging and inverted wireless charging.
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