OnePlus 9 Pro has been teased once more via a promo video giving an official take a look at the again panel and digital camera setup. The firm first teased the cellphone a number of days in the past via a clip on Twitter however this time we get to see a stay view of the cellphone. OnePlus 9 Pro comes with a quad rear digital camera setup and the corporate has labored with Swedish model Hasselblad to enhance digital camera efficiency on the OnePlus 9 collection. OnePlus will launch the OnePlus 9 collection on March 23.
The 15-second promo video shared on the corporate’s YouTube channel reveals Hasselblad ambassadors Sarah Cooper and Nina Gorfer utilizing the OnePlus 9 Pro to seize some photos. The video narration says, “what if the colours we saw in the real world were the same colours we could keep in our memories,” hinting at true-to-life colors captured by the Hasselblad-branded cameras on the OnePlus 9 collection, or a minimum of OnePlus 9 Pro. OnePlus has been teasing the digital camera efficiency of the OnePlus 9 collection and just lately, firm CEO Pete Lau tweeted the collection can have “Natural Colour Calibration with Hasselblad.”
The promo video additionally reveals the curved again design of the OnePlus 9 Pro with the corporate brand within the center. The gray mannequin is proven off this time as nicely and the facility button and notification slider may be seen on the best aspect as nicely.
Recently, renders of the OnePlus 9 Pro and OnePlus 9 had been leaked exhibiting off the 2 telephones from varied angles and within the three color choices they’re stated to be provided in. The Pro variant is predicted to return in black, inexperienced, and silver colors whereas the vanilla variant could also be provided in black, blue, and purple colors. Both appear to have Hasselblad-branded cameras and the corporate shared earlier this week that it has gone right into a three-year partnership with Hasselblad with a $150 million (roughly Rs. 1,090 crore) funding.
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