Major OnePlus 9 Pro 5G hands-on leak reveals Hasselblad camera partnership
The OnePlus 9 Pro will have Hasselblad-branded cameras
Falling in line with earlier leaks, the hands-on photos of the OnePlus 9 Pro show off an updated camera design that houses the main sensor, an ultra-wide alternative, and two other snappers.
One of these seems to be a telephoto camera that supports 3.3x optical zoom, although that weird number could be down to early software and the final product might use a 3x lens. The fourth camera is a bit more mysterious — it might be either a depth sensor, a macro camera, or another color filter.
The partnership has been confirmed by tipsters Max Jambor and Max Weinbach, who both seem enthusiastic about it, but whether there's a significant bump in camera output quality that puts OnePlus on par with Samsung and others will remain to be seen.
There's a 120Hz curved-edge punch-hole display too
Turning the OnePlus 9 Pro 5G prototype over reveals a curved-edge display with the usual affair — that's slim bezels, a thicker chin, and a small punch hole in the top-left corner for the selfie camera.
Per the leaked photos, the included display supports a Quad-HD+ resolution and runs at 120Hz as standard, but there is a basic 60Hz refresh rate option for those of you looking to extend battery life as much as possible.
OnePlus 9 Pro announcement, release date, price
The premium OnePlus 9 Pro is scheduled to be announced at some point next month. It'll be accompanied by the standard OnePlus 9, which's also powered by the Snapdragon 888, and the affordable OnePlus 9E flagship, which should use the new Snapdragon 870.
Little is known about the price, but an $899 starting price seems about right.
This story is part of:OnePlus 9 leaks (14 updates)
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