OnePlus revealed its smartphone (OnePlus 8T) OnePlus 8T last month, and days after its launch, rumors about its successor (OnePlus 9) began to appear.
The first report stated that the Chinese company plans to launch a phone (OnePlus 9) in the month of March 2021, which means that the launch will be about four weeks earlier compared to the usual date.
After the first report, XDA monitored evidence – in the code for the third open beta version of the custom user interface of the Android system in which the company’s OxygenOS 11 Open Beta 3 phones work for OnePlus 8 phones – that the company may launch a phone (One Plus 9) in the United States via Verizon.
Now, 91Mobiles has published a computer graphics for the upcoming phone, giving users a first look at what will be the company’s first flagship phone next year.
According to the site, the upcoming phone will be similar to the current OnePlus 8T phone, with a front camera within a hole in the upper left corner of the screen, a flat screen, and a rectangular system for the rear cameras.
However, the phone will offer a slightly larger 6.55 inch screen. Contrary to previous reports that stated that the phone will offer a screen with a high refresh rate of 144 Hz, 91Mobiles stated that the refresh rate will be 120 Hz.
The rear camera system contains three sensors with an LED flash, and two of the sensors seem larger than the third. 91Mobiles also mentioned that the phone will come in two models, the first being (OnePlus 9), and the other (OnePlus 9 Pro).
The report did not detail the specifications of the upcoming phone, but it is expected that (OnePlus 9) will contain the most powerful Qualcomm processor (Snapdragon 875), and fast charging technology with a capacity of 65 watts. The phone is likely to work with the Oxygen 11 user interface based on the Android 11 operating system from Google.
Given that the leaked photos are not from reliable sources like OnLeaks or evleaks, the leaks may not be 100 percent accurate, especially since the account of a known leak He: MaxJmb, doubts the authenticity of the images.