OnePlus 9 Pro Renders Reveal a Mix of OnePlus 8T’s Design with a Curved Display

Previous leaks suggested that the OnePlus 9 series will be hitting the market earlier than usual. Thanks to these leaks, we are already getting an earlier look at the OnePlus 9 Pro. OnLeaks revealed a set of CAD renders, and they look reliable coming from a legit leaker’s source. These leaked renders have revealed a lot about the OnePlus 9 Pro.

With the OnePlus 9 Pro, the company seems to merge the designs of both OnePlus 8 Pro and the OnePlus 8T. Previously, we saw OnePlus 9 CAD renders right after a month of OnePlus 8T’s release. Those renders revealed a triple camera setup along with a refined 8T’s design. With 9 Pro, OnePlus decided to keep the 8T look but also managed to get the OnePlus 8 Pro’s curved display.

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Coming to the renders, we see a 6.7-inch display with a punch-hole cut-out on the top left. We can also see that bezels are narrower compared to the previous generation of OnePlus smartphones. That’s a good news if you’re a content creator or a gamer.The OnePlus 9 Pro keeps the front-design of the 8 Pro while maintaining the 8T’s design on the back.

Unlike the OnePlus 9, the 9 Pro boasts a quad-camera setup, quite similar to the Note 20 Ultra’s camera module design. Similar to the older phones, on the back, we can also see a OnePlus logo right in the middle, and the OnePlus text on the bottom. The back of the phone comes with the glass back, and a metal frame to support it. The locations of the alert slider, volume rockers, and the power button remains the same.

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The OnePlus 9 Pro should be an improved version of the OnePlus 8 Pro, but it is yet to arrive in March 2021. These are the initial prototypes and might be subjected to change anytime.

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What do you think about the OnePlus 9 Pro design? We think it’s an improvement over the 8 Pro. Let us know what do you think in the comments section.

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