While the front panel looks similar to the OnePlus 8 series with an AMOLED panel and single punch-hole on the top right corner, the main crowd getter is the back panel with the Hasselblad-branded camera module. Unlike with the OnePlus 8 series, you get a huge camera module with two large lenses for the main and ultra-wide-angle cameras.
The OnePlus 9 Pro will get a quad-rear camera setup, while the vanilla model will settle for a triple camera setup instead–foregoing the Pro’s telephoto camera. As for colors, OnePlus has revealed two colors so far: Morning Mist (silver) for the Pro model, and Winter Mist (light purple) for the vanilla model. Other colors include black for both phones, blue for the vanilla model, and dark green for the Pro model.
As for key specs, both models will rock a 50-megapixel Sony IMX789 main camera with freeform lens–which is said to be made exclusively for OnePlus. For the ultra-wide-angle camera, both will use a 48-megapixel IMX 766 sensor–the same one used on the Find X3 Pro. Both phones will have a 2-megapixel depth sensor, while the Pro model has an additional 8-megapixel telephoto camera on board.
Both phones will have 8GB and 12GB RAM variants, along with a Snapdragon 888 processor and at least 128GB internal storage. Battery is pegged at around 4500mAh and will support 65w Warp Charge and wireless charging as well.
While both phones can shoot 4K video at up to 120FPS, only the Pro model will have the Hasselblad Pro mode feature that lets users shoot 12-bit RAW images.
Expect OnePlus to reveal more about its Hasselblad collab when it officially reveals the OnePlus 9 series come March 24.