The new leak indicates that the OnePlus 9 series may have three different models, two of which are called OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro. The third model may be officially released as OnePlus 9T, which is the successor to the newly launched OnePlus 8T just released last month, or it may be called OnePlus 9 Ultra. Rumor has it that all three models in the OnePlus 9 series have Qualcomm Snapdragon875. These phones may also include a punch-hole display design with a selfie camera cutout in the center.
Salesmen who use the pseudonym TechDroider on Twitter have claim The model number of OnePlus 9 is LE2110, while the model number of OnePlus 9 Pro is LE2117, LE2119 and LE2120. The third model in the series is rumored to have model LE2127.
The given model number matches the first two letters of the code name “Lemonade”, which has recently been rumored to be related to one of the OnePlus 9 models.
In addition to the information posted by the reminder, an article appeared on Weibo detailing the specifications of the OnePlus 9 series.
OnePlus 9 series specifications (expected)
It is said that the OnePlus 9 series has the next-generation Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 SoC. According to the leak, all models in the series will have a 144Hz display, an IP68 certified structure, NFC support and dual stereo speakers. It can also provide 65W fast wired and 40W wireless charging technology. In addition, one model in the OnePlus 9 series is said to have a center-aligned punch-hole design, which may be similar to the cutout on models including the Samsung Galaxy S20 series.
Although OnePlus is said to be bringing three new models to the market, there are rumors that one of them will be listed as a new mid-range update. It may be the successor to OnePlus 8T and may make its debut as OnePlus 9T. However, OnePlus can bring the third model in the series into a new option called OnePlus 9 Ultra.
OnePlus has not provided any details about the OnePlus 9 series. Therefore, it is safe to consider the rumors.
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