Now that the OnePlus 8T has officially launched, the rumor mill is turning its attention to the OnePlus 9 and the updates that it might bring.
A new leak claims to show off the OnePlus 9 design. The images leaked by 91mobiles are CAD renders, meaning that they're not official images from OnePlus and the final design of the OnePlus 9 that launches to the public could differ slightly.
The overall design of this OnePlus 9 isn't too different from the OnePlus 8T, but there are a couple of small changes. The camera bump is still a rectangular shape in the upper-left corner of the phone's backside, but on the OnePlus 9, the camera bump is the same color as the rest of the phone. That makes the camera sensors themselves stand out more and looks a bit like the Galaxy Note 20.
There appears to be three rear cameras on the OnePlus 9, including two larger sensors and a third smaller one. A single hole-punch selfie camera is located in the upper left corner of the phone's display.
Speaking of the display, today's report says that the OnePlus 9 will have a flat display like the OnePlus 8T before it. The OnePlus 9's screen is said to be bigger than the 6.55-inch display on the OnePlus 8T, though, and it'll reportedly also include 120Hz refresh rate support.
The rest of the OnePlus 9's spec list is still a mystery, but it wouldn't be a surprise to see it launch with features like a Snapdragon 875 processor and Warp Charge 65 fast charging. The good news is that we may not have to wait as long as we did in previous years to find out what makes the new OnePlus flagship tick, because rumors say that the OnePlus 9 could be announced in March.