Familiar OnePlus 9 Pro Design Detailed In New Video

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The OnePlus 9 Pro design has been detailed in a new video clip, though this time around, we’re looking at a concept design. Truth be said, this design is modeled after the CAD-based renders that surfaced quite recently.

This OnePlus 9 Pro concept video does a good job of showing the device’s probable design

In other words, the designer tried to recreate those renders, and he managed to do that really well. Concept Creator partnered up with Letsgodigital for this video. What you see in the video embedded below, is probably what you’ll get in March next year.

The OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro are expected to launch in March, in case you didn’t know that. Having said that, this design is not exactly a huge change compared to the OnePlus 8 series, not at all.

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The OnePlus 9 Pro basically looks like the OnePlus 8 Pro from the front, and Galaxy S20 FE from the back. The phone will feature a curved display, while a display camera hole will sit in the top-left corner.

Its rear camera module will be placed in the top-left corner, and it will host three cameras, it seems. OnePlus’ logo is visible on the back of the phone, while the back of the device is also curved towards the sides.

Both phones will be fueled by the Snapdragon 875

The OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro will ship with Android 11 out of the box, and OxygenOS 11 on top of it. Both phones are expected to include the Snapdragon 875 on the inside, and plenty of RAM as well.

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It remains to be seen if wireless charging will be enabled for the OnePlus 9, but the ‘Pro’ model will almost certainly offer it. Both devices will also include plenty of RAM and storage, as they do every year.

OnePlus is also expected to include rather large batteries in both of these phones. OLED displays with a high refresh rate will be included, as both are expected to offer a 120Hz refresh rate.

More information is expected to surface in the coming weeks / months, so stay tuned for that.

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