OnePlus 9: Still the flagship to beat at less than 50,000 rupees
The term “flagship phone” means a lot of things to a lot of people. For some, a flagship is essentially defined by its processors. Some others make it a mix of display and processor, and still others put more emphasis on cameras. But the point is that a true flagship would have all of these components and not make any compromises, either in terms of design or performance. Plus, it would remain contemporary and relevant even months after launch (and a month is a long time in tech).
So if you’re looking for a real flagship, your best bet is the Never Settler – the OnePlus 9. Yes, even six months after launch, the OnePlus 9 is still the flagship to beat at its price point, because It not only maintained a high level of performance, but even improved.
Launched alongside the more expensive OnePlus 9 Pro and the more gaming-oriented OnePlus 9R, the OnePlus 9 represented and still represents the best of OnePlus. Even today, it is an uncompromising flagship product. The “Burdenless” design, an elegant combination of glass on the front and back (and also resistant Gorilla glass), barely 8.1 mm thick, with nuances (Winter Mist, Astral Black and ArcticSky), remains a pleasure to hold and always turns heads.
If the design cries “flagship” to this day, the spec sheet of the OnePlus 9 remains a flagship material of the first order. The 6.55-inch smooth AMOLED display with 2400 x 1080 resolution and 120Hz refresh rate, has color accuracy that exceeds that of professional monitors, and also houses a fast and secure fingerprint scanner . Combined with stereo speakers supporting Dolby Atmos (still a rarity today), the OnePlus 9 remains a spectacle and video binger dream. And things will get even better when 5G is released, as the OnePlus 9, like all OnePlus devices, came out with support for this super-fast network and will let you upload and download data at blazing speeds. .
The OnePlus 9 also continues to be a gaming and multitasking powerhouse, powered as it is (in the best OnePlus tradition) by one of the world’s fastest mobile processors, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888. This combined with 8GB / 128GB and 12GB / 256GB RAM and storage combinations, make sure the OnePlus 9 remains capable of handling just about anything you throw at it, from video editing to playing games high end like Call of Duty. And with all that RAM and processing power, switching between tasks is super smooth and easy. A gaming-grade five-layer Cool Play cooling system ensures the phone stays cool even during intense gaming, while a larger vapor chamber and layers of graphite and copper ensure the OnePlus 9 literally remains a customer. cool. Yes, there were a few minor heating issues and weird performance bugs, but OnePlus not only fixed them with timely updates, but even improved the overall user experience. The OnePlus 9 actually performs better today than at launch!
Then there are the cameras. Just like the OnePlus 9 Pro, the OnePlus 9 also features cameras designed in collaboration with legendary camera maker Hasselblad. And that not only means that the photos taken by the OnePlus 9 come with the most natural colors and amazing detail (thanks to special color grading worked out with Hasselblad), but also feature Hasselblad Pro mode and an orange trigger. Moreover, they got better thanks to the improvement of the image and video quality, and even the addition of a special XPan mode. This mode allows you to take panoramic photos just like you would with the iconic Hasselblad XPan 1998 camera.
The phone has a 48-megapixel Sony IMX 689 sensor, an ultra-wide 50-megapixel Sony IMX 766 sensor and a special 2-megapixel monochrome sensor to add a special touch to black and white photography. Whatever the lighting conditions, you are guaranteed to take better photos and videos than ever before (30fps 8k recording is supported!) Of the OnePlus 9 today. The 16-megapixel front camera is a selfie-taker’s dream with its speed and pleasing color combinations.
All of these work seamlessly with each other, thanks to OnePlus’ own Oxygen UI which runs on Android 11 and is regularly updated to improve device performance. Oxygen UI is perhaps the best Android interface for those who want a classic Android experience without too much interference. The large 4500mAh battery now lasts even longer and can easily see a day of heavy use, well, if you’re worried about running out of charge, the 65W charger in the box with Warp Charge 65T support on the will take from 0 to 100 in about half an hour. There aren’t many phones that charge that fast. Yes, even six months after the launch of the OnePlus 9.
Finally, when you get a OnePlus 9, you also get an entry into one of the tech world’s most versatile green systems. The OnePlus 9 is designed to work seamlessly with other OnePlus products such as OnePlus TVs, OnePlus Buds, and the OnePlus Watch and Fitness Tracker. Yes, these products can work with other devices as well, but with OnePlus they reach a different dimension. Even in the case of products that launched long after the release of OnePls 9, you actually have a special app built into the OnePlus Buds Pro user interface, so you don’t have to download one!
Whatever factor you consider – display, design, cameras, processor, battery, operating system – the OnePlus 9 still leads the way today. With the OnePlus 9, you not only have a lot of power, but also the ability to do a lot of it for a lot of time. And its performance has actually improved thanks to some great software updates. It’s a flagship in the truest sense – it does everything right and doesn’t compromise, and keeps improving. At its starting price of Rs 49,999, it still offers more value than any other flagship phone on the market today, real and / or budding.