This is what the OnePlus 9 5G will reportedly look like


The OnePlus 8T was introduced to the world on October 14, 2020. Exactly one month, the people over at 91Mobiles have obtained new CAD renders that allegedly showcase the highly anticipated OnePlus 9.

Is this what the OnePlus 9 will look like?

The CAD renders in question, which should be taken with a hefty pinch of salt, suggest the next-generation OnePlus 9 will build upon the updated design language that was used on the OnePlus 8T.

Leading the way on the rear panel is an oversized rectangular camera module. It houses two massive sensors, which could act as the main camera and ultra-wide-angle shooter, and a much smaller third implementation, which may be a depth sensor or macro camera.

To ensure customers can shoot great photos at night, OnePlus has also included an LED flash that sits on the right side of the camera bump. Of course, some form of the Nightscape Mode feature for low-light photography is likely too.

Turning the smartphone over reveals a large punch-hole display. The OnePlus 8T boasts a 6.55-inch panel, but the information obtained by 91Mobiles points towards a slightly larger panel on the OnePlus 9, although an exact size hasn’t been mentioned.

It’s paired with flat edges and, contrary to earlier reports of a 144Hz refresh rate, is said to support a 120Hz refresh rate. The bezels are as slim as you’d expect but the chin is still slightly thicker. 

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