The smartphone market is consistently evolving and there have been multiple surprises this year. One of these surprises is OnePlus’s entry into the mid-range market. Since the official release of the OnePlus Nord, the company seems to be enjoying the mid-range market. According to a recent TUV Rheinland certification, it appears that another mid-range OnePlus phone is on its way. The certification shows that a OnePlus 33W charger is coming.
However, since OnePlus already increased the charging speed of its flagship series to 65W, the OnePlus 33W charger will probably be for another mid-range mobile phone. According to rumors, the OnePlus 9E will use this charger. Except for the charger’s rated output power of 11V/3A, this certification does not reveal much information. This may be the first signal of OnePlus’ next mid-range mobile phone. As of now, there is not much information on the upcoming OnePlus mid-range smartphone.
Upcoming OnePlus 9 Pro uses a sleek design
Over the next few weeks, we will see many flagship smartphones with the Snapdragon 888 SoC. One of these devices will be the OnePlus 9 series. OnePlus flagships usually get a lot of attention because they offer quite a lot. According to reports, this smartphone will arrive officially around March next year. This means that a couple of Snapdragon 888 flagships will be in the market before this series. In addition to the numerous reports already available, we have the latest high-definition renderings of the alleged OnePlus 9 Pro.
This looks like the real deal and the design is premium and elegant. The latest renders are technically consistent with previous renders and leaks. The new OnePlus 9 series will have at least two versions which include OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro. However, there are also reports that there will be an entry-level OnePlus 9E. OnePlus only releases flagships but this year, it broke the jinx. We had the OnePlus Nord which is not a flagship device.
Judging from the new rendering of the OnePlus 9 Pro, the device generally continues the design ideas of the OnePlus 8 Pro. It continues to use the punch-hole hyperboloid screen design that supports a 120Hz refresh rate. The punch-hole opening is on the upper left corner of the screen. On the back of the fuselage, this device uses a matrix four-camera module, two of which are very conspicuous.