We know that the OnePlus 9RT and the One Plus Buds Z2 are getting their official launch on 13th October, and as that date is now nearer, we have got a mix of confirmed details and unconfirmed leaks to share before the big day.
OnePlus has confirmed that the OnePlus 9RT will definitely run on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor, as anticipated. We also now know it’ll have top-end LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 internal flash storage, as well as a 120Hz display. The 4,500mAh battery will charge at a maximum of 65W.
According to other official confirmations, there will be two to three colors option available with this phone, and it totally depends on the region. The sales will start on 19th October. Currently, it looks like the phone will go on sale somewhere outside of China and India.
Evan Blass the Tipster has considered in to predict that 8 GB and 12 GB of RAM configurations will be accessible, with either 128 GB or 256 GB of internal storage. Blass further predicts that a triple-lens 50 MP+16MP+2MP REAR camera along with available colors like silver and black.
The hyped OnePlus Buds Z2 may be accessible more broadly than the One Plus 9RT. OnePlus has currently gone on record as per the report they will offer 40 Db of noise reduction to help block out the excessive outside noise.
We have also confirmed that the packaging for the wireless earbuds, so there is not much left to announce on the launch day but we will definitely keep you updated on everything with details on that day.
Analysis: OnePlus is finding its feet again
No doubt it’s a hectic year for OnePlus as co-founder Carl Pei quitted the company and a merger with Oppo to cope with.
Add in a global pandemic and chip shortage and it’s clear that the traditional OnePlus device launch timetable has been relocated around from what we’d usually assume.
Most considerably, there’s no OnePlus 9T, we typically see a T series revive later in the year, but OnePlus abandoned the phone and didn’t provide a conclusive cause why! Though we’ve listed some, no one knows for sure why the phone didn’t ever release.
With the pending launch of the OnePlus 9RT, the addition to the OnePlus 9R, we all know that OnePlus is at minimum loyal to more phones for the Indian and Chinese markets. It would look that the rest of us are going to have to wait for the OnePlus 10.
We are expecting that the OnePlus is able to get with a consistent and expectable launch release schedule in 2022, as it is one of the best at releasing a well-designed phone at reasonable price points and we have not even stated the value for money One plus Nord series.