The specifications for the upcoming FlagShip OnePlus 9 have been confirmed

There has been much speculation about the promising features of the OnePlus 9, but now we have confirmation in the form of screenshots of the AIDA64 application for Android.

The OnePlus 9 is based on the Snapdragon 888 SoC, which we already knew and which couldn’t be otherwise. The code designation (lahaina) in the Platform column confirms the SD888 in OnePlus 9. The RAM size is 8 GB, the flash memory 128 GB.

As you can see, the smartphone has a 6.55-inch screen with Full HD + resolution and a refresh rate of 120 Hz. The battery capacity is 4500 mAh. The resolution of the sensors seems to be wrongly defined: 4 megapixels are not enough for the front camera and 12 megapixels are not enough for the main camera. We’ll likely see a 16 Mp sensor on the front camera and a 48 Mp sensor on the main camera. According to rumors, the OnePlus 9 should have two sensors with a resolution of 48 megapixels.

OnePlus 9 Pro has an adaptive screen refresh rate

We already know a lot about the new FlagShip OnePlus 9 Pro. That doesn’t stop us from continuing to collect leaks, especially since they are there.

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Previous messages on the 6.78-inch 120 Hz screen were incomplete. Today, a reliable source claims that the smartphone screen was made using LTPO technology. This means that the display may not work with a constant frequency of, for example, 120 Hz, but can adapt it to the content and change it automatically during use. This adjustment helps reduce the frequency of the screen when the image does not need to be updated very quickly. As a result, the smartphone’s autonomy increases, as we have already seen with the incredible S21 Ultra.

Remember, the Apple Watch was the first to use this technology. Apple used LG’s LTPO display for this. This technology was only available on smartphones with the introduction of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.

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