OnePlus, completely unexpectedly, has officially unveiled the design of its OnePlus 9. All the aesthetic rumors of these phones are confirmed.
After lots of rumors that talked about the whole range of OnePlus 9 devices and their design, the Chinese firm has decided to make them completely official. Yes, the company itself has globally unveiled the OnePlus 9 Pro, phones that will be unveiled in some countries on the 23rd of this month.
OnePlus social media accounts have unveiled not only the general design of the OnePlus 9 Pro and 9 standards but have also published the color palette that these will use in both models. The most striking thing is that quite a few of the rumors that had so far been leaked of these phones are fulfilled.
The quad-camera is confirmed for the OnePlus 9 Pro and the triple camera for the OnePlus 9, both with the Hasselblad logo on the camera module and light-toned colors, such as metallic gray or purple.
OnePlus confirms the design of its new OnePlus 9 smartphone
Official images from OnePlus highlight several relevant design points, with the back being the most important. The curvature on the front screen is confirmed, which from what we see will be quite pronounced, along with the glass back. Again, the camera configuration will be different on both models.
Specially designed reflective glass elevates the #OnePlus9Pro Morning Mist to new levels of design excellence. There's nothing else like it.
— OnePlus One (@oneplus) March 15, 2021
In another tweet, OnePlus reveals part of the design of the OnePlus 9 in its standard model, being in this case a purple color similar to what we saw in the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip. While it is true that OnePlus has not officially released more colors, leaked renders of the device give us an even clearer idea of what they will be.
Users like Ishan Agarwal, have published renders that look official of the OnePlus 9 in three colors: the purple we see in the image on the OnePlus website along with a blue color similar to the OPPO Find X3 Pro and a black, a color already widely used in OnePlus devices.
The same Agarwal has also published renders that match what was shown by OnePlus that also confirm its colors, being these 3: a matte black, a metallic gray, and a dark green also matte. We will see the official color palette on March 23, when OnePlus will officially unveil these devices to the world.