Which means subscribers will get the choice of which device variant they want. OnePlus has not officially announced the OnePlus 9 or OnePlus 9 Pro devices, let alone that T-Mobile will be one of the carriers selling one or both versions of the device.
The company is however expected to officially unveil the phone in the coming weeks. And at that time, any carriers that are planning to sell it to customers will likely make their own announcements as well.
T-Mobile customers can also pick up the OnePlus 9 Pro
With options for both models seemingly on the future list of available devices, things may be looking good for users. Especially since the OnePlus 9 Pro is expected to come with more RAM.
Making it the better option for anyone who wants to use this phone for gaming and multitasking.
According to the rumor, the OnePlus 9 Pro will come with 12GB of RAM on board. Which is around the same amount as many of 2020 and 2019’s most popular gaming smartphones. Even if it is a little bit unnecessary, more RAM is not a bad thing.
So far there are no rumored price points to along with either variant of these devices. At least not in regards to the new information that has leaked out as part of this rumor. With the expected announcement/launch of these phones in March though, rumored prices probably aren’t too far off.
12GB of RAM gets paired with a Snapdragon 888 mobile platform
Power all the way around. That’s what users can likely expect from the phone when it launches. As both variants of the device should come with the Snapdragon 888 mobile platform.
Earlier leaks about the phone pointed to OnePlus using Qualcomm’s upcoming top-tier mobile platform. The Snapdragon 888. Which shouldn’t be a huge surprise given OnePlus usually uses the best mobile platform available in all of its flagships. Every year.
That means you’ll be pairing the 12GB of RAM up with a top-notch CPU and GPU combo. Which again, is going to be perfect for those who enjoy mobile gaming.
The phone is also expected to come in four different colors and despite having gaming phone chops, it won’t actually look like a gaming phone. That should appeal to anyone who likes high-end mobile gaming but doesn’t necessarily want to broadcast that with the design of their tech.