Update: The display size of the OnePlus 9 Pro is not 6.55 inches but 6.7 inches. The leaker admitted that the original screen size was an error. Based on this correction, there shouldn’t be a larger model as previously planned. The original story follows below.
OnePlus fans eagerly awaiting the next flagship phone will be shocked to see that the OnePlus 9 Pro looks very familiar. The just-leaked renders of the phone show OnePlus is looking for a design (at least on the back) similar to Samsung’s Galaxy S20 FE.
The renderings are by none other than Steve Hemmerstoffer aka OnLeaks via the Voice platform. Pictures show that the OnePlus 9 Pro will have a curved screen with a punch hole in the upper left corner of the screen.
The screen design may be unchanged from the OnePlus 8 Pro, but the size is different. According to the leaker, the screen size is 6.55 inches, which makes it smaller than its predecessor. This is quite surprising and has given rise to speculation that OnePlus may launch a larger model.
On the back, the OnePlus 9 Pro appears to be a Galaxy S20 FE clone. The camera setup has now been moved to the left, as has that of the OnePlus 8T. There are four cameras of different sizes on the back – two of them are large and protruding while the other two are small and flush with the back. The housing also houses the LED flash and a microphone. Unlike the Galaxy S20 FE, the OnePlus 9 Pro has a glass back.
Steve says the design is still in the prototype stage, but most of it is set in stone. However, there may still be some changes, especially when it comes to the design of the rear camera.
The OnePlus 9 Pro has the alert slider and power button on the right while the left houses the volume rocker. There are two holes at the bottom for the speaker with the USB-C port and a SIM tray slot.
The source of the leak confirms that the OnePlus 9 Pro will indeed launch in March 2020, as previously reported. It will ship with a Snapdragon 875 processor and run Android 11 out of the box.
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