The OnePlus 9 series is entering the market sooner than ever before, and now we’re taking a good look at what we can expect. @OnLeaks is back with CAD-based renderings of the OnePlus 9 Pro, and there’s both good news and bad news.
In these first believable renditions of the OnePlus 9 Pro, we see a revised design from last year. It looks like OnePlus has chosen to merge the basic designs of the 8 Pro and 8T, both released this year. The OnePlus 9 Pro retains the basic front design of the previous release, complete with a left-mounted punched stamp and curved screen.
Unlike the OnePlus 8 Pro, however, the top-end OnePlus 9 series will swap the centered camera module for one mounted on the left, just like the 8T and the latest Nord devices. Apparently, four camera sensors will be within this module, although the design may not be completed at this time. Something like the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, OnePlus has apparently chosen to place metal rings around the two primary lenses.
According to @OnLeaks, the screen here is a 6.55-inch panel. The back of the phone is still made of glass, probably with a metal frame. No matter what frame it is made of, it includes the typical warning slider, on / off button and volume in their usual locations.
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