OnePlus 9 CAD Renders Leaked with Punch-Hole and Triple Camera Setup

Just a month after OnePlus launched the 8T, 91 mobiles have leaked the CAD renders of the OnePlus’s next phone, the OnePlus 9. The OnePlus 9 is rumored to be launched in March 2021 which is a month before its normal refresh cycle. Ahead of the rumored launch in March 91 Mobiles have leaked the CAD renders and some specifications of the OnePlus 9.

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OnePlus 9 Renders
OnePlus CAD Render

According to these renders, the OnePlus 9 is rumored to come with the same left-aligned hole punch cutout as the OnePlus 8, 8 Pro, and the 8T. The display itself will be bigger than the OnePlus 8T’s 6.55-inch display. The display will be flat unlike the OnePLus 8 and 8 Pro. Early leaks said that the phone would feature a 144 Hz display but according to 91 Mobiles, the phone will feature a 120 Hz panel like its predecessors.

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According to 91 Mobiles, the OnePlus 9 will feature a curved back panel along with a rectangular camera cutout, like the OnePlus 8T. The rectangular camera is seen to be housing 3 lenses and a flash. The two large lenses may be the main and the ultrawide lens along with a smaller telephoto or macro lens. This kind of camera cutout was heavily criticized by users for copying Samsung.

Although these CAD renders look like the real deal, reliable tipster Max J suggested otherwise.

Earlier reports also suggested that the OnePlus 9 series will feature 3 phones but since then a tipster suggested that the 9 series will feature 2 phones. The leaker also leaked the model nos. of the two phones which are the OnePlus 9 (LE2110, LE2117, and LE2119) and OnePlus 9 Pro (LE2120 and LE2127).

What do you think about these OnePlus 9 renders? Do you like these or prefer the original OnePlus cutout like in the 8 and 8 Pro? Let us know in the comments below.

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