T-Mobile accidentally leaks OnePlus 9 specs


The latest OnePlus 9 series is supposed to be officially revealed tomorrow, March 23rd. But thanks to T-Mobile, we’re getting more information about the new OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro. 

The details of the two phones was discovered by known leakster Evan Blass after T-Mo posted its support pages for the two phones. But as soon as the mistake was realized, T-Mobile also quickly removed these pages. 

According to the leak, the two phones will differ mostly in their cameras and display technology. For starters, the OnePlus 9 Pro will be carrying a 6.7-inch screen with a 1440p display resolution compared to the 1080p panel on the OnePlus 9. Camera-wise, the OnePlus 9 Pro will be equipped with a 50-megapixel main sensor, a 48-megapixel camera, an 8-megapixel sensor, and a 2-megapixel camera. The base model is said to only have three cameras on the back. 

As for similarities, the two will be running on Snapdragon 888 processors and will have 8GB to 12GB of RAM and 128GB to 256GB of storage. The two are also reported to have 4,500mAh batteries. 

These are all the information that was revealed by T-Mobile. We can expect the full specs of the device when it officially gets released by OnePlus tomorrow. 


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  • JJ Ferguson

    Definitely getting the Pro and wireless charger

  • blindexecutioner

    My first tablet was a 7 inch screen.

    • marque2

      Of course the youts use Bluetooth earbuds now, but for us older folk we are going to need special glove attachments to allow us to hold the phones to our ears. In a few years, will need to strap them to our backs. I got my 17″ iPhone 16, strapped right here.

  • Mike Smith

    Nice specs if only it ran a non-Google operating system I might consider it. We really need to detach Android from a Google. Remember when something is free, the product is YOU.

    • marque2

      They take their build from an open source branch. It isn’t Google Android. It used to be cyanogemod, but now they use OxygenOS

      • Mike Smith

        That’s an excellent point, but the only thing I trust less than Google Android is a version subject to the whims of the Chinese Communist party. Blows my mind that people are ok with either.

        • marque2

          Well I distrust the phone to begin with because it is chinese, as well as Apple, Moto and some Samsung models. What I find sad is LG which makes phones in South Korea and Vietnam will probably stop making phones making my next phone a Chinese spy phone.

        • Mike Smith

          Google is an advertising company. The reason their OS and services are free is that the product IS their users.

          Apple sells hardware and software NOT ads or their users data making them the lesser of two evils.