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OnePlus 9 Tipped to Come With Flat Hole-Punch Display

OnePlus 9 Alleged Live Images Tip Flat Hole-Punch Display, Reverse Wireless Charging Support

OnePlus 9 may come with a flat hole-punch display with the cutout placed on the top left corner of the phone, as per new alleged live images of the smartphone. A report, that shared the purported live images, also suggested that the smartphone will come with wireless charging support and reverse wireless charging feature. The latest leak falls in line with previous reports that suggested that the handset will sport a flat screen and a panel with hole-punch design. Earlier reports also hinted at a possible triple rear camera setup on the vanilla OnePlus 9 model.

As per a report by 91Mobiles, the OnePlus 9 smartphone’s latest alleged live images show a hole-punch cutout located on the top-left corner of the screen, and a flat display like OnePlus 8T. A previous report also claimed that the OnePlus 9 will feature a flat display with a hole-punch design.

Citing “trusted sources” for the alleged live images and information, the 91Mobiles report further claimed that OnePlus 9 will support 30W wireless charging like the OnePlus 8 Pro. The report went on to say that OnePlus 9 will also support reverse wireless charging. Both these features are also expected on the rumoured OnePlus 9 Pro. Furthermore, OnePlus 9 is expected to pack a 4,500mAh battery, a claim that was previously reported in past leaks. The vanilla OnePlus 9 may also feature 65W fast wired charging that OnePlus introduced with OnePlus 8T.

Recently, a report shared leaked handset photos that claimed that the OnePlus 9 series may feature Leica cameras. OnePlus 9 may come with a rectangular rear camera setup, with two large sensors and a third smaller sensor. The flash can also be seen in the images, placed within the rectangular camera module that has ‘Ultrashot’ written on it.

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