OnePlus 9 is the most recent leading handset release from the brand. This handset comes with some new upgrades over previous OnePlus handsets. This handset comes with more improvements in camera capability. These upgrades are manifest, with better color conformity and better dim-light performance. Though the digital zooming spec has also improved. However, there are few great new wiles like the macro-put on adjacent-range effect on the ultra-wide lens. The design of the handset is the same as the previous ones, from the settlement of the keys to the display and size of the handset. Appearance-wise it is quite similar to the OnePlus 8 lineup. The display hasn’t been modified further, but we did not get any complaints about the piercing 6.55-inches Full HD+ AMOLED screen.
The OnePlus 9 stores the latest 888 Snapdragon chipset. Although the 8GB RAM / 128GB storage or 12GB RAM / 256GB storage choices are similar to its precursors. What betters spec that the OnePlus 9 keep? It is its battery quick refill ability. As OnePlus 9 comes with a large 4,500mAh battery that charges tremendously quickly from zero to 100% in just 30 minutes. This feature is due to its in-box Warp Charge 65T adaptor. Eventually, the OnePlus 9 offers great enactment and battery life for its cost, while holding up its camera features. Though, this overall makes for a thoughtful-worth package. Definitely, the handset gets lots from the previous OnePlus 8T. But this recent reasonable flagship makes a robust case to be the perfect handset at its price range.
OnePlus 9 Specifications In-Depth
OnePlus 9 is the standard phone of the OnePlus latest handset lineup. We have provided all the spec details about this latest handset further down. Have a look!
|Design||Dimensions: 160 x 74.2 x 8.7 mm|
Front and back glass plastic frames
|Display||Resolution: 1080 x 2400 pixels, 20:9 ratio|
|Camera||Rear: 48MP main, 50MP Ultra-wide, 2MP monochrome lens, |
Front: 16MP Selfie camera.
video recording at 8K@30fps, 4K@30/60fps, 1080p@30/60/240fps
|Battery||4500 mAh, non-removable|
65W fast charging, 15W wireless charging
Performance and Specs
- Snapdragon 888 processor
- 8GB/12GB RAM
- 128GB/256GB storage
The OnePlus 9 stores similar top-level features as its comrade OnePlus 9 Pro. In addition to an improved chipset, storage and RAM choice is also identical. Though, the high RAM and top-end chipset are very efficient for running challenging games and downloading apps without a glitch. The OnePlus 9 lands with a premium Snapdragon 888 processor and 128GB or 256GB storage with 8GB or 12GB RAM. We tested it by playing demanding games and continuous internet browsing and watching movies.
It showed excellent performance though. It runs smoothly without delay. Annoyingly, the OnePlus 9 doesn’t allow you to extend more storage as it is deficient in microSD support. That means you ought to stay with 128GB or 256GB and depend on the cloud if you fizzle out of the room. The OnePlus 9 works with Android 11 software that works well in a way. The OnePlus 9 is a 5G-enabled handset, but it doesn’t favor mmWave – just middle and sub-6 crews.
OnePlus 9 Cost and Obtainability
- Unveiled on 23 March 2021
- Will be obtainable on 2nd April 2021
- Prices at £629/ $729 (around AU$940 for 8GB.128GB version
- Prices at £729/ $829 (around AU$1070) for 12GB/256GB version
The OnePlus 9 was hurled recently on 23 March 2021 and it will be obtainable to purchase on 2nd April 2021. Though, in the US, it will retail by online retailers like Best Buy, Amazon, B&H, and on OnePlus official store. The OnePlus 9 prices at quite less price than other top-ends. Its price begins at £629/ $729 (around AU$940). This price is for the model having 8GB RAM and 128GB of storage. Although, it bounces up to12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage at £729/ $829 (around AU$1070). The OnePlus 9 lands in three color variants: Winter Mist, matte Arctic Sky, and glossy Astral Black.
Design and Display
- 6.55 inches display
- Full HD Plus screen
- 2400 x 1080p Resolution
- AMOLED screen
- Glass front and back, plastic frames
The OnePlus 9 lands with the same design as its precursor, the OnePlus 8T, as well as the noticeably diverse camera bump. It comes with a similar glass-faced 6.55-inches display and glass rear as its precursor. You will get a similar power button and the OnePlus vibrate/ ring/silent button on the right edge. You will get the same volume rocker on the left side, all of that is easily reachable when you’re calmly holding the handset. On the bottom side, you will get the same USB-C port for charging phones or data transfers. Here is one difference between the OnePlus 9 and its precursors: its body edges are of plastic and of not Aluminum. The phone is IP68-rated so it is water and dust resilient.
As formerly stated, the OnePlus 9 comes with a 6.55-inches AMOLED screen with Full HD Plus 2400 x 1080p resolution. It creates sharp, lively graphics, far like the display on its precursor. The display is just shared up by a blow-hole in the upper-left side for the forward-facing camera. It keeps an in-display fingerprint scanner that identifies fingers well to unlock the phone. The display offers a top-end 120Hz refresh rate that allows your display to refresh 120 times in a second. It provides the smoothest scrolling through apps and web browsing without pause or delay.
Cameras of OnePlus 9
- Triple back camera
- 48MP main snapper, 50MP Ultra-wide lens, 2MP monochrome lens
- 16MP selfie camera
The Ultra-wide of 50MP is efficient for taking wide-angle photos with details. Night mode is also good here to take bright shots in dark zones. For the selfies here is 16MP front snapper that is good for taking bright selfies with rich details. The OnePlus 9’s primary rear camera records video at 8K in 30fps. Although, the ultra-wide snapper can also record time-lapse footage. There’s also a dim-light video mode called Nightscape Video 2.0. This feature enables you to record video in dark with good brightness.
Battery Life of OnePlus 9
- 4500 mAh battery
- 65T Warp charger
- 15W Qi wireless charging
The OnePlus 9 comes with a large 4,500mAh battery, which is significant, and must standby a full day. However, there are many other leading handsets that come with bigger batteries. The OnePlus 9’s actual advantage is its power refill speed. You’d obtain an in-box Warp Charge 65T charger here. About this charger, the OnePlus claims that it will refill the handset from zero to 100% in just 30 minutes. During our testing, we found this 65T charger a beast that really refills the power quickly. The credit of fast charging does not only goes to the charger but its battery build is creditable too. It also offers wireless charging of 15W. Generally, battery performance really worth it.