• Meet the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro

    In addition to an India-only budget phone and a smartwatch, OnePlus today announced their newest hero phones. Because of their carrier deal with T-Mobile the company is pushing especially hard on the "5G" branding in the US, but 5G should work in Canada as well. Details are as follows:



    OnePlus 9 Pro (5G)

    6.7 inch curved AMOLED display, 1440 x 3216 pixels @ 120 Hz
    Snapdragon 888 processor
    8 or 12 GB RAM / 128 or 256 GB storage
    50 + 48 + 8 + 2 MP rear cameras
    16 MP selfie cam
    4500 mAh battery, 65 W fast charging, 50 W wireless charging
    Morning mist, pine green colourways
    From $1069 USD / $1499 CAD



    OnePlus 9 (5G)

    6.55 inch flat AMOLED display, 1080 x 2400 pixels @ 120 Hz
    Snapdragon 888 processor
    8 or 12 GB RAM / 128 or 256 GB storage
    50 + 48 + 2 MP rear cameras
    16 MP selfie cam
    4500 mAh battery, 65 W fast charging, 15 W wireless charging
    Astral black, winter mist colourways
    From $729 USD / $999 CAD

    Sources: OnePlus Canada / USA

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    Andrew Currie has been blogging about mobile phones since 2001, smartphones (depending on how you define them) since 2002 and smartwatches since 2014.
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    This article was originally published in forum thread: Meet the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro started by acurrie View original post
    Comments 4 Comments
    1. buhin's Avatar
      buhin -
      Some say US version Oneplus 9 / 9 Pro is only single SIM !
      Is it correct ?
    1. acurrie's Avatar
      acurrie -
      Can't find a source to confirm, but for the T-Mobile version I'd almost certainly say yes. No carrier in North America will ever sell you a dual-SIM phone, because there's no benefit for them to do so.

      And before anyone tries to correct me, eSIM ≠ dual SIM.
    1. buhin's Avatar
      buhin -
      Quote Originally Posted by acurrie View Post
      Can't find a source to confirm, but for the T-Mobile version I'd almost certainly say yes. No carrier in North America will ever sell you a dual-SIM phone, because there's no benefit for them to do so.

      And before anyone tries to correct me, eSIM ≠ dual SIM.
      I mean the unlocked non carrier version.
    1. acurrie's Avatar
      acurrie -
      If only the OP had put some links at the end of his post so you could check for yourself...
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