Although the OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro smartphones have yet to be officially announced, photos of the base model were released online last year, and this time the Pro model was “crashed” thanks to a YouTube user known as Dave2D, who got some high pics. Particularly quality images for the new device. On the outside, the phone is not much different from the previously leaked OnePlus 9, but there are some interesting things on the back, as the images show that the Chinese manufacturer made its mobile cameras in cooperation with the Swedish camera company Hasselblad.
Although it is not yet known exactly which units will be included in the new phone, there are indications that the group of four cameras will consist of a high-resolution main camera, an ultra-wide lens, a macro and a depth sensor. The quality of these images is questionable, but we are curious to see if the cooperation between the two companies will produce such impressive results as those resulting from the cooperation between Huawei and Leica.
Aside from the external and the camera system, the AMOLED screen is capable of refreshing the image at a rate of 120 Hz with a resolution of 1440 x 3120 pixels, and there is a good chance the Snapdragon 888 chip under the hood, perhaps with 12 GB of memory. In principle, given the 45W and 65W wireless fast charging, as well as the chirping of birds, the 9 Pro will be the first OnePlus phone to receive IP68 protection.
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