OnePlus 9 has been in leaks for quite some time now, and a report from November suggested that the series will likely have three models. Earlier this month, some leaks showed the handsets’ new design and revealed the OnePlus 9 Pro would come with two large rear cameras. Now, new live images of the OnePlus 9 have allegedly surfaced the web, tipping the phone would feature a flat hole-punch display. However, what’s new in this leak is the support for wireless charging for the base model.
The live images of the OnePlus 9, shared by the folks at 91Mobiles, reveal that the smartphone will support wireless charging. Like the OnePlus 8 Pro, previously, only the OnePlus 9 Pro model was expected to come with wireless charging. In addition to this, the photos also show that the handset will support reverse wireless charging.
OnePlus 9 Leaked Features, Specs
According to the report from 91Mobiles, their trusted source has shared the live images of the OnePlus 9, which show the handset will support 30W fast charging. The interesting thing is that it will be the first OnePlus smartphone to reverse wireless charging support. Notably, both of these features will come to the OnePlus 9 Pro as well. Apart from this, the smartphone will reportedly pack a 4,500mAh battery. This is a little bigger than that of the OnePlus 8, which comes with the 4,300mAh unit.
It will be interesting to see how the OnePlus 9 Pro will differ from the regular variant, as the regular OnePlus 9 is getting a lot of premium features. Well, whatever the company ships with different models of the OnePlus 9 family, we’ll get to know when the series expectedly launches in mid-March next year. As per the past reports, both the base model and the Pro model will come with Leica-branded cameras. A recent leak revealed that both the devices would feature a Snapdragon 888 chipset. Recently leaked camera specs of the OnePlus 9 tip a 50MP primary camera.
Speaking of the phone’s design, the last week’s leaked images showed a hole-punch camera at the top-left corner of the phone screen. The new live images also confirm this and reveal a flat corner hole-punch display — camera mounted at the left.