OnePlus 9T Specifications Leaked, May Have 120Hz LTPO OLED Display

Last Updated on June 2, 2021 by Larious

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OnePlus is all set to bring a new phone, and a tipster has leaked the specifications of the upcoming OnePlus 9T. Last year the company did not launch the Oneplus 8T Pro and it looks like OnePlus 9T Pro will also not arrive.

OnePlus 9T Display will use an LPTO Panel

OnePlus 9T Specifications Leaked, May Have 120Hz LTPO OLED Display

Most of the specifications are leaked on Weibo, which gives a better idea about the OnePlus 9T. As per the reports, it can be the successor of the OnePlus 8T. According to the leaked details, this phone might be the only phone that will be launched. It looks like, there won’t be a “Pro” device this year also.

Leaked Details of OnePlus 9T 

The upcoming Android phone by OnePlus will have an LTPO OLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. And the display might be curved. Last year in April, the OnePlus 8 series was launched and the price of the OnePlus 8T was Rs. 38,999 that came in October. It is said that this trend will be continued with the OnePlus 9 series also and it can bring the OnePlus 9T this year.

A well-known tipster has shared a post on Weibo that shows the specifications of the OnePlus 9t.

The LTPO display lets the phone to improves the battery life of the device as the 120Hz refresh rate goes as low as 1Hz depends on use. OnePlus 9 Pro has a higher resolution as compared to the upcoming OnePlus 9T display.

According to the reports, the OnePlus 9T might get most of the features of the OnePlus 9 Pro. And it can be much cheaper than other devices. The launch of the device is expected in India before the company plans to bring OnePlus Nored CE 5G.

OnePlus 9T will have Snapdragon 888 or Snapdragon 888+ (Pro), which will have at least 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. The device will have support for wireless charging.

All these details are based on the leaked details, as the company has not officially revealed anything on the OnePlus 9T.

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