- Super Fast battery charging
- Front/back glass, aluminium frame
- Dual SIM (Nano-SIM)
- 108MP (f/1.85) + 13MP (f/2.4) +5MP (f/2.4)
- 20MP (f/2.2)
- Face detection
- LED flash
- OIS (Optical Image Stabilization)
- Optical zoom (2x)
- Phase detection
- Portrait mode
- Touch focus
- Midnight Gray
- 2G / 3G / 4G / 5G
- Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/6, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot
- Bluetooth 5.2
- GPS with A-GPS, GLONASS, Galileo and QZSS
- USB Type-C
- AMOLED DotDisplay
- 3200 x 1440
- Adaptive Sync Display
- Corning Gorilla Glass
- Color gamut 100%
- Reading Mode
- Ambient light sensor
- AI Face Unlock
- Electronic compass
- Fingerprint sensor
- IR blaster
- Linear Motor
- Proximity sensor
- Supports AAC/LDAC/LHDC
- Xvid/MP4/H.265 player
- 8GB RAM
- Android 11, (MIUI 12)
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 888
- Octa-core (1 x 2.84GHz & 3 x 2.42GHz & 4 x 1.80GHz)
- Adreno 660
- 8K video recording at 24fps or 30fps
- 2160p (4K) video recording at 30fps or 60fps
- 1080p (FHD) video recording at 30fps or 60fps
- 720p (HD) video recording at 30fps
- Slow motion video support for 240p at 720fps or 1080fps
- Slow motion video support for 120p at 720fps or 1080fps
- AI Portrait video
- Dual video
- Movie frame
- Time lapse up to 4K at 30fps
- Video Clones
- UK Travel Adapter (3 Pin)
- USB C Data / Charging Cable
- Ejection Pin
- Quick Start Guide
- Warranty Guide
- Soft Case
- Type-C to 3.5 mm Headphone Adapter
Thinking the same myself, but judging on the xiaomi mi 11 forum, the battery life is very poorI doubt I will, I'm considering going to Xiaomi since they seem to be taking over from OnePlus on the price to quality front.
Mi11 looks comparable :
Mi 118GB+128GB, Black
Mi 118GB+256GB, Grey
"Xiaomi promised an adaptive dynamic refresh rate similar to Samsung's with 30Hz, 60Hz, 90Hz, and 120Hz levels"
"Xiaomi is advertising a maximum brightness of 900 nits (typical) or 1500nits (peak) when watching HDR content"
"The Mi 11 battery supports 55W wired and 50W wireless charging. The battery is split into two cells internally, which allows for such high-speed charging"
So pretty much comparable to the OP9P
Their watch is cheaper too with all the same features.
Still not convinced that the photo/video quality will be improved in the coming updates. For the newest Sony sensor to be this badly overcorrected by the software is a shame when compared to the S21 ultra.
Maybe a Gcam mod will help but that's speculation at this point.
curve is not as steep as the OP7ProMy thoughts after the launch event -
9 Pro is bigger than the 7 Pro (I was hoping it would be smaller).
9 Pro still has curved display, which I've come to hate on my 7 Pro.
9 has a flat display and is smaller, but does not have wireless charging.
I'm somewhat disappointed in these updates, which is leaning me more and more to the Samsung S21.
OneUI is probably the best Android OEM skin around today, it's improved immensely over older versions and is much more polished than OOS. That combined with OnePluses poor software updates now(the 8Pro is getting security patches 1-2months late now, Samsung updates a few days after patch release) means the 21U IMO is a much better option this year.It is probably applies to most manufacturers but one thing I have decided with OnePlus is you cannot reply on stuff getting fixed moving forward so buy based on how it is now.
Right now vs. the S21 Ultra I'd only have 2 reasons to pick the OP which would be 1 - I prefer Oxygen to One UI (even if that gap is narrowing) and 2 - It has APTX-HD bluetooth.
Maybe it will be less prone to blurred/smudged photos of pets and kids (i.e anything that moves even slightly) but that is an unknown right now
I get updates on my OnePlus 8 pro much much much faster than my z gold 2 or note 20 Ultra. It's crazy how long I have to wait. Even when the update is available it just won't come to my phone for weeks or months. With the oneplus it seems way more regularOneUI is probably the best Android OEM skin around today, it's improved immensely over older versions and is much more polished than OOS. That combined with OnePluses poor software updates now(the 8Pro is getting security patches 1-2months late now, Samsung updates a few days after patch release) means the 21U IMO is a much better option this year.