We know the OnePlus 9RT and OnePlus Buds Z2 are officially unveiled on October 13th, and as that date draws closer, we’ve got a mix of confirmed details and unconfirmed leaks to share ahead of the big day. .
OnePlus has confirmed (via GSMArena) that the OnePlus 9RT will indeed be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor, as expected. We now also know that there will be a 120Hz display along with top-end LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 internal flash storage. The 4,500mAh battery will charge a maximum of 65W.
Another officially confirmed pairing for you: There will be two or three color options with this phone depending on the region, and the sale will start on October 19. At this stage it is unlikely that the phone will go on sale anywhere outside China. and India.
[1/3] OP9RT5GStorage and RAM variants by region: In China:- Hacker Black: 8/128, 8/256, 12/256- Nano Silver: 8/128, 8/256, 12/256- Teal: 12/256In India:- Hacker Black: 8/128, 12/256- Nano Silver: 8/128, 12/256Android 11Qualcomm SM8350OLED w/ VRROctober 9, 2021
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Tipster Evan Blass weighed in Not to say that 8GB and 12GB RAM configurations will be available with either 128GB or 256GB of internal storage. Blass also predicts a triple lens 50MP+16MP+2MP rear camera, and says the available colors will be black or silver (with an additional teal option in China).
Then there are the OnePlus Buds Z2, which may be more widely available than the OnePlus 9RT. OnePlus has now gone on record (via GSMArena) saying they will offer 40dB of noise reduction to help block out the outside world.
We’ve also got shots of the packaging for the wireless earbuds, courtesy of Evan Blass, so OnePlus doesn’t have much left to announce when it comes to Wednesday – but we’ll definitely keep you updated with all the news as it breaks.
Analysis: OnePlus is finding its feet again
It’s been a busy year or two for OnePlus, with co-founder Carl Pei leaving the company and struggling with the merger with Oppo. Add to that a global pandemic and chip shortages and it makes sense that the traditional OnePlus device release schedule has been pushed back from what we normally expect.
Most importantly, there’s no OnePlus 9T: We usually see a T series refresh later in the year, but OnePlus canceled the phone and didn’t give a definitive reason – we just listed a few But no one knows for sure why the phone never came.
With the imminent launch of the OnePlus 9RT, the follow-up to the OnePlus 9R, we know that OnePlus is committed to more phones, at least for the Indian and Chinese markets. Looks like the rest of us will have to wait for the OnePlus 10.
We are expecting OnePlus to be able to come back in 2022 with a regular and predictable release schedule, as it is one of the best in launching well-specified phones at affordable price points – and we didn’t even mention the price. The for-money OnePlus Nord series.
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