Pure White OnePlus 9 Pro live image surfaces

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The OnePlus 9 Pro launched with three colour options including Morning Mist, Pine Green and Stellar Black. A new Pure White version of the phone has been announced by COO Liu Fengshuo on Weibo, which appears to have a matte finish that will resist smudges or fingerprints while handling it.

There is no other confirmation for now that such a colour finish would become officially available from OnePlus. We’ll have to wait until the company announces when (and if) this model will arrive, and in which markets it may be coming out. Our guess is just like how they released the 9 Pro as their mid-cycle update last year but only made sure people could get it here in China first before releasing elsewhere so we’re not holding our breath on getting one any time soon!

With the OnePlus 9T release rumours swirling, it seems that we are approaching a time when the company would typically launch its flagship phone. However, with no confirmation or denial of this forthcoming device from either side as yet – according to reports by analysts and journalists so far – there is still some hope for those who don’t want another high-end smartphone in their life.

With much speculation surrounding about whether or not OnePlus will be releasing a new version of their popular flagship smart phones anytime soon (the last model released was back at MWC 2019), fans have been left guessing what might happen next: again assuming these speculations turn out valid rather than just being remnants of an internet rumour mill looking for anything to feed on other than itself each day.

The OnePlus 9 Pro launched back in March with a 6.7-inch LPTO display and 120Hz refresh rate – the world’s fastest for an Android phone, according to OnePlus CEO Pete Lau. This handset is also powered by Snapdragon 888 CPU which makes it one of the most powerful devices on this planet! With either 128GB or 256GB internal storage options as well quad-camera set up consisting of a 48MP main camera, 50MP ultra wide lens and 2mp monochrome sensor that will take your mobile photography skills next level without any splurge.


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