Before the launch of the next-gen OnePlus 9 series flagship phones, there are left only a few days. As a reminder, they will hit the market on March 24.
We knew that its biggest selling point will be the strategic cooperation with Hasselblad. Due to this, the Hasselblad imaging technology will be brought to the smartphone field for the first time. So undoubtedly, the performance of the camera will be in the spotlight.
Now, it turns out the new OnePlus 9 series will use the Samsung LTPO flexible screen. But what’s more interesting, the OnePlus 9 Pro will come with a 120Hz free high-frame screen.
It can realize 1Hz~120Hz intelligent refresh rate adjustment. The display resolution will achieve the 2K+ level.
Also, it will support 1 billion colors, and 8192 level brightness adjustment, and automatic color temperature sensing. The latter is believed to bring excellent display effects.
On the back, we will find a quad-camera module consisting of 48MP + 50MP + 8MP + 2MP lenses. Due to the cooperation with Hasselblad,
it will bring ‘Hasselblad Natural Color Optimizer’ and ‘Hasselblad Professional Mode’ to the smartphone field. Thus, it will not only achieve natural and comfortable color performance but also shoot RAW format photos with 12-bit color depth.
The phone will sport the Snapdragon 888 flagship platform. In addition, the machine will have a built-in 4500mAh battery and support 65W wired fast charging and 40W wireless fast charging.
OnePlus: Hey Marques you know how you keep telling us to improve our phone cameras?— Marques Brownlee (@MKBHD) March 10, 2021
OnePlus: You’ve seen this Hasselblad partnership we’ve teased?
OnePlus: Want to test OnePlus 9 Pro super duper early? Just don’t take it out of this case
Me: Bet pic.twitter.com/uCpvjaajlI
At first glance it may appear simple. But the more you look at it, the more you see its beauty is in how it reflects the world around you. This is the #OnePlus9Pro Morning Mist. pic.twitter.com/OohJzxqirh— Pete Lau (@PeteLau) March 15, 2021
OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro Receives 3C Certification.— Ankit (@TechnoAnkit1) March 13, 2021
65W fast charging support pic.twitter.com/tFBL8bpHU0
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