The OnePlus 9 series is coming soon, and a well-known tipster just shared renders of both the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro. The tipster in question is Ishan Agarwal, and he shared renders of both phones in all color variants.
The OnePlus 9 & 9 Pro renders show all color variants
So, let’s start with the regular OnePlus 9. If you check out the image below, you’ll see the phone in three color options. Those options are Stellar Black, Arctic Sky, and Winter Mist.
There are three cameras placed on the back of this smartphone. Two of them are fairly large. If rumors are to be believed, those two cameras will be 48 and 50-megapixel units. The main camera, and an ua-wide one.
You will also notice that the phone has extremely thin bezels, and that its display is flat. A display camera hole is placed in the top-left corner of its display. The power / lock button is on the right, along with the alert slider. The volume rocker buttons are on the left.
The ‘Pro’ model comes with a curved display, and better camera setup
The OnePlus 9 Pro is pictured in the image below. It is also shown in three color variants, including Astral Black, Morning Mist, and Pine Green. The design is very similar to the OnePlus 9, actually.
Unlike the OnePlus 9, this handset features a curved display on the front. The curve doesn’t seem to be too pronounced, though, it may be similar to what the Galaxy S21 Ua offers, we’ll see.
Bezels are extremely thin, while the display camera hole is included in the top-left corner. The phone includes four cameras on the back, and two of its sensors are quite large. Those are 48 and 50-megapixel units, according to rumors, main and ua-wide cameras.
Both of these devices will become official on March 23. The company already announced the launch date for them. The OnePlus 9R is also expected to arrive, though it may not be available in all the same markets as the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro. While we wait for the phones to become official, feel free to check out our OnePlus 9 series preview.
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