|Model Name||OnePlus 9 5G|
|RAM Size||8 GB|
|Memory Storage Capacity||128 GB|
|Flash Memory Installed Size||128|
|Ram Memory Installed Size||8 GB|
|Digital Storage Capacity||8 GB|
|Operating System||Android 11|
|Special Features||48MP+50MP+2MP high resolution camera, 120Hz display, Warp Charge 65W, Wireless Charging 15W, Fingerprint Sensor|
|Mounting Hardware||Oneplus 9, Warp Type-C Cable, Power Adapter, Ejector tool, Quick Start Guide, Safety Information and Warranty Card|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Standing screen display size||6.55 Inches|
|Optical Sensor Resolution||48.0, 50.0 MP|
|Battery cell composition||Lithium Ion|
|Battery Power Rating||4500|
|Refresh rate||120 Hz|
|Connector Type||Bluetooth, Wi-fi, Infrared, USB, NFC|
|Device interface - primary||Touchscreen, Microphone|
|Product Dimensions||16.02 x 7.42 x 0.87 cm; 197 Grams|
|Item Weight||197 g|
|Item Model Number||LE2115|
|Batteries||1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)|
|Date First Available||23 March 2021|
OnePlus 9 Astral Black, 5G Unlocked Android Smartphone U.S Version, 8GB RAM+128GB Storage,120Hz Fluid Display, Hasselblad Triple Camera, 65W Ultra Fast Charge,15W Wireless Charge, with Alexa Built-in
|Price:||+ $15.25 Delivery|
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|Model Name||OnePlus 9 5G|
|Memory storage capacity||128 GB|
About this item
- Hasselblad Camera for Mobile Take your best shot with the OnePlus 9 5G's Triple Camera system co developed by Hasselblad, featuring a 48MP main camera, 50MP Ultra Wide camera, and 2MP monochrome lens.
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 Powered by the most powerful Snapdragon platform yet, the OnePlus 9 5G delivers fast and smooth performance across every app.
- A Day's Power in 15 Minutes Take wired charging to the next level with Warp Charge 65T. The OnePlus 9 5G also supports Qi wireless charging for those wanting to take their charging wireless.
- 120 Hz Fluid Display 6.55" Full HD display with a 120 Hz refresh rate. Scroll, swipe, and enjoy all your entertainment effortlessly on this stunning display.
- 5G Capable Experience faster upload and download speeds along with lower latency when connected to a 5G network (only compatible with T Mobile 5G).Alexa Support Simply by saying "Alexa", you can play music, make calls, hear the news, or check the weather wherever you are. Download the Alexa app, complete setup and just ask and Alexa will respond instantly.Designed by OnePlus The OnePlus 9 5G blends creativity and premium materials into a single, unibody experience that's beautiful to look at and great to hold.
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5G Unlocked Android Smartphone U.S Version, 8GB RAM+128GB Storage, 120Hz Fluid Display, Hasselblad Quad Camera, 65W Ultra Fast Charge, Astral Black, U.S Warranty
Visible screen diagonal
7" / 17 cm
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- The build quality is good, the phone feels great in hand and has some weight to it, unlike phones like Google Pixel 5 which feels like a cheap toy. You can also watch video by JerryRigEverything, this phone does not bend easily with very strong frame.
- The display quality is good, especially pixel density, which is 525 ppi. I have tried phones with lower pixel density such as Pixel 5, they're ok if your vision is good but if you have nearsightedness and have to use phone close to your face you will easily notice individual pixels on phones with lower pixel density. On OnePlus 9 Pro you will not have this issue.
- The OS is better than on Samsung phones. It is close to stock, there is no bloat like on Samsung phones, many apps can be uninstalled except apps like Gallery or Netflix. It is close to Pixel phone OS, except the launcher on OnePlus is better than Google's own launcher because you can do more customizations like remove Google search bar (I don't use it) or remove stock widget from home screen (you can't do this on Pixel phones unless you will use different launcher) or do more customizations in terms of adding different icons or changing colors. OnePlus also uses stock Google dialer and messages apps, they are much better than Samsung's apps because they filter spam much better and Google's dialer has integrated visual voicemail (this feature depends on your provider, it works on Verizon but might not work with some other provider) and Google's messages app has support for RCS messaging which you can enable even if your carrier does not want to. You can also customize features such as adding black bar on top of display to hide front camera, something that Samsung used to allow but then they disabled this feature in One UI 3. The OnePlus launcher also looks better from visual point of view compared to Samsung's One UI - Samsung really overdid "rounded corners" on every pop-up message box and every menu in their phones, I really dislike it. OnePlus launcher has much less pronounced "rounded corners" in menus and message boxes which look better and hopefully something that OnePlus will never change.
- The fingerprint reader works good for me, much more reliable than what I have seen on Samsung phones with their under display fingerprint readers. Just be aware that third-party screen protectors may interfere with it.
- The cameras produce good photo quality, especially after latest updates. Initially the photo quality was pretty poor as you can see from all old reviews, but OnePlus has released many updates which increased the photo quality to good levels. It's still not as good as on Pixel phones but very close and with more updates will probably get even better.
- The battery life is good after all recent updates. Both the standby and use time with display on are pretty good and better than similar models from Samsung. This will probably get even better with more updates by OnePlus.
Not so good parts:
- The phone is pretty expensive, especially without good trade-in programs. You can find Galaxy S21+ for cheaper price, especially with great trade-in program that Samsung offers.
- The phone still has some software bugs which are not fixed, such as bugs with bluetooth which affects some people or bugs with automatic brightness adjustment. All of those will probably fixed with future updates but the phone should not have been released with those bugs.
- The phone has SnapDragon 888 processor, it is known for high power consumption which creates high heat output. It affected many phones including phones from Samsung and also affected this model. The manufacturers are still trying to adjust this processor's power consumption in their phones, Samsung already does it well but OnePlus has not reached their level yet. You may still see overheat warnings on this model if you live in a warm climate and do things like filming 4k video at high fps. I personally hasn't experienced it but you may find other examples of it. This is something you need to be aware of before buying it.
-Oxygen OS (Near stock android which is what I prefer)
-120Hz display that is locked at 120Hz
-Specs for $729
-Works on all carriers (5G only on Verizon/Visible and T-Mobile)
-no call issues on Verizon unlike what T-Mobile customers are experiencing
-improved camera over OnePlus 8 Pro (despite having the same main sensor as the 8 Pro)
-Fast using experience
-Fingerprint sensor works good and in a good location for my grip style
-solid battery life (gets me a solid day out of it even with a 120Hz display)
-alert slider (I never knew I needed this till used it)
-Warp Charge 65T (holy hell is it fast)
-Nightscape (night mode) is hit or miss (could be improved with a software update)
-some pictures look like the sun is starting to go down yet it's the middle of the afternoon (could be improved with a software update)
-tap to bring up AOD and double tap to wake is a wee bit too sensitive
-Fingerprint sensor is not near instant to unlock (it takes a second or 2 to unlock the phone)
-no WiFi calling on Verizon yet (coming via a software update in May according to a rumor)
-No C-Band 5G on Verizon yet (though that's coming later this year and I'm hoping it's Verizon's Mid band 5G network)
-No mmWave 5G (honestly not a deal breaker but I have access to UWB from Verizon in my area)
-alert slider is too stiff (I have to use a wee bit of force to change it to vibrate or silent)
-No telephoto lens
This is a solid phone from OnePlus. I was a long time Google Phone user (had the iPhone 4, Samsung S3, Samsung S4, Samsung S5, Moto X 2014, Nexus 5X, and Google Pixel 2 XL previously) since 2014 when Google owned Motorola. The camera is good, but deffo needs some software updates to make it even better. I love Oxygen OS because it's near stock android so it's an easy jump from my Pixel. So if you still have your Pixel, Pixel 2, or Pixel 3 and don't want to break the bank on your next phone then I'd recommend this.
Something to keep in mind:
The Samsung S21 is constantly on sale for around the price of this phone and it could be a hard sell if you're not into the software experience that OnePlus offers. Samsung packs a wee bit more features and specs for that price. So it really comes down the software experience you prefer.