1 Year with my OnePlus 9 Pro

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The panel is a 6.7 inch edged display with QHD+ resolution and it has a slight curve, lesser than that of the OnePlus 8 Pro which significantly reduces mistouch. The screen is a 10-bit Display panel which has a wider range of colors which makes the photos and videos look more amazing. The quality of display keeps you engrossed and is good for content consumption.


The battery of the phone is 4500mAh which is average but what makes it better is the 65W Warp Charging which charges the phone from 1 to 100% within 35 minutes. This helps during travelling and during unplanned outings. Plug the device while you choose that tee and buckle up your sneakers and your phone is ready to support you seemlessly for hours.


The phone has Snapdragon 888 SoC which is good and almost completes all the tasks thrown at it smoothly. There is no lag whatsoever and this helps to manage the tasks, the memory holds the apps for a longer duration and start off exactly where you had left them.


This phone has quad camera setup, but the major focus is on the primary and the wide angle lens. The primary lens is 48MP Sony Sensor and the wide angle is 50MP, again a Sony Sensor.


This phones comes with OxygenOS 11 on top of Android 11. Things have changed a bit lately which I’ll talk about later in the blog.

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