OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro Review and Mobile Specifications, Reviews and updates. OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro Price in Pakistan and India.
OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro
The new OnePlus line consists of its two flagship models: OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro. With these devices, OnePlus establishes a new position with competing OEMs as it joins Hasselblad camera brand in a new partnership to help you further develop OnePlus camera prowess. OnePlus is using the tagline “Your best shot,” so let’s see what all the fuss is about.
You might be wondering exactly how Hasselblad was involved in the development of the OnePlus 9 cameras. According to OnePlus, Hasselblad has collaborated with the OEM to calibrate the camera sensors and adjust the color optics to behave as they would on the cameras. High-end Hasselblad cameras, known for their accurate colors and 16-bit RAW image output. While the OnePlus 9 can’t shoot in 16-bit RAW, it does have the ability to shoot in 12-bit color while using the camera’s Pro shooting mode.
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In this review, we’ll focus on the [slightly] smaller of the two. The OnePlus 9 omits some of the features that are unique to the 9 Pro, which has additional camera features, a more premium display, and support for OnePlus’ new 50W wireless charger. Storage is now also upgraded to UFS 3.1 for faster read / write speeds.
The appearance of the OnePlus 9‘s design doesn’t deviate much from its predecessor. The OnePlus 9 keeps the screen flat and the new plastic frame could fool anyone into thinking it’s metal. Don’t worry though, the front and back panels are still made from Gorilla Glass. The perforated chamber cutout remains in place for now, and the main chamber group has a new arrangement.
Coming from the OnePlus 8, the 9 is updated with wired charging, updated camera modules, support for 120Hz refresh rate, and now supports two-way wireless charging, though only in select markets. The most obvious updates include the Snapdragon 888 5G mobile platform and an increase in battery capacity.
The OnePlus 9 now shares the same dual-cell battery setup that debuted on the OnePlus 8T. This means that the 9 is compatible with OnePlus‘ Warp Charge 65T. This technology rapidly charges two smaller batteries that work together and a full charge of the combined 4,500 mAh capacity of the batteries is promised in about half an hour.
The camera module has been updated to the Sony IMX689, the same sensor from the OnePlus 8 Pro. The difference here is that this one is tuned to the Hasselblad likeness. The ultra-wide module is a significant improvement. This is a large 50MP sensor that boosts the ultra-wide camera’s performance in low-light photography and video recording. It also has a sleek new lens that dramatically minimizes the distortion normally seen in ultrawide cameras; we are excited to try it.
Let’s dive into the OnePlus 9 and see what experience the entry-level OnePlus flagship has to offer. Let’s start with the contents of the phone package.
OnePlus packaging has become a standard fare and the OnePlus 9 is no exception. Inside the now familiar red box is the phone on the top layer, followed by some paperwork, a silicone case in some markets, the 65W Warp Charge power adapter, and the usual red Type-C to Type-C USB 2.0 cable.
Unlike the opaque silicone case that comes with the 9 Pro, the OnePlus 8 silicone case is transparent. We are not sure why OnePlus chooses to skip this accessory in some markets and decides to leave it elsewhere. There will be aftermarket cases, obviously, along with some first-party options from OnePlus.
As usual, there are no audio accessories inside the package. Not even an audio adapter.
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