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Technology OnePlus 9 Pro leak hints the curved screen is here to stay

00:15  22 november  2020
00:15  22 november  2020 Source:   engadget.com

The OnePlus 8T might make 120Hz refresh rate phones more affordable

  The OnePlus 8T might make 120Hz refresh rate phones more affordable Here’s hoping for a lower price than the OnePlus 8, tooWhile we don’t know quite how much the OnePlus 8T will cost, 120Hz screens typically come at a premium: the OnePlus 8 Pro and Samsung’s Galaxy S20 each cost $1,000 to start; gaming phones such as Asus’ $900 ROG Phone II and the $800 Razer Phone 2 also have 120Hz screens, but to go cheaper you’d have to find a sale. Despite Apple not releasing a phone with a 120Hz (yet), its iPad Pro model with the higher refresh rate also costs $800.

A OnePlus 9 Pro image leak hints at a cross between the 8T and 8 Pro, with a curved screen and a Note 20-like camera bump. OnLeaks and Voice have posted what’s claimed to be early renders of the OnePlus 9 Pro , and the design appears to maintain the curved display surface of the 8 Pro

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Don’t expect the OnePlus 8T’s flat display to carry forward to the company’s next-gen flagship. OnLeaks and Voice have posted what’s claimed to be early renders of the OnePlus 9 Pro, and the design appears to maintain the curved display surface of the 8 Pro — like it or not, the flashy screen may come back. It would reportedly be a slightly smaller 6.55-inch panel, though, so the 9 Pro might be easier to wield than its 6.7-inch predecessor.

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You’d also get the Galaxy Note 20-like rear camera bump rumored to be coming to the base OnePlus 9, although the Pro would have as many as four cameras in that space.

OnePlus CEO confirms we won’t see a OnePlus 8T Pro this year

  OnePlus CEO confirms we won’t see a OnePlus 8T Pro this year But look out for some surprisesOnePlus first introduced a Pro version of its phones with last year’s OnePlus 7 Pro, which was the premium alternative to the OnePlus 7. The company followed them up with the OnePlus 7T and the OnePlus 7T Pro later in the year. However, while the standard OnePlus 7T got a big upgrade by inheriting the 7 Pro’s high refresh rate display, the 7T Pro’s improvements felt much more incremental. It was still a good phone, but it barely had anything that differentiated it from its predecessor.

If the leaks are true and the 8 as well as the 8 pro both come with curved screens then I for one am going to be leaving OnePlus . The current curve on the pro is horrible I actually returned my pro for the regular 7 because of this very issue loved every other part of the phone.

Curved screens seem to only exist to sell phones but not to improve the user experience (I thought Oneplus Here 's to hoping they, at the very least, designed some cool software for the curve . Not gonna lie, edge screens are annoying as hell. Have you ever tried holding a curved screen one

The purported leak doesn’t mention much about specs, although OnePlus is expected to use the next generation of Qualcomm’s high-end Snapdragon 800 series chips. It might also boast updated camera sensors.

OnePlus is said to be introducing the 9 Pro in March. That would be consistent with OnePlus’ usual half-year increment, if slightly ahead of the 8 Pro’s one-year anniversary. We’d be cautious about making too many assumptions, though. The 9 Pro design could still change in the next few months, and the COVID-19 pandemic has complicated releases for more than a few companies. This is nonetheless in line with earlier leaks, and suggests OnePlus won’t try to shake up its formula in 2021.

OnePlus Announces Two Actually Affordable Phones Are Coming to the U.S. .
When OnePlus released the Nord earlier this summer, I called it a tease because even though it included great specs, a slick design, and 5G support for under $500, OnePlus never had plans to release it in the U.S. (aside from a very limited beta test). But now OnePlus has announced two new members of the affordable Nord family and this time OnePlus says they’re actually going to be available stateside. © Image: OnePlus The more interesting of the two phones is Nord N10 5G, which despite a listed price tag of just 350 euros (around $415) includes a 6.

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