OnePlus is one of the most loved brands in Spain by Android enthusiasts. Its focus on performance and very clean software has always been to our liking, and although its 2020 is being a bit strange in terms of the direction taken, its best phones always generate expectation, like the future OnePlus 9.
This terminal has just been revealed in its first renderings, showing a design that draws our attention powerfully, being very similar to one of the great best sellers of this year.
The OnePlus 9 Pro appears, a mobile very similar to the Galaxy S20 FE
The well-known filter OnLeaks has published the first images, in the form of a render, of what could end up being the OnePlus 9 Pro, a mobile that aspires to be the most advanced model of the brand.
Commenting with my partner Fernando, my first expression has been one of astonishment regarding the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE. In a world where practically the entire front is a screen, it is true that there is less and less margin for differentiation, but it is true that the rear camera module and the matte dark blue finish make it easy to confuse.
In another vein, the images show a curved screen similar to that of the OnePlus 8 Pro, a hole in the upper left corner (the main difference from Samsung). We also observe the characteristicAlert Slider above the power button.
It’s not the first time that OnePlus has been criticized for following a trend towards Samsung’s approach. With the release of Oxygen OS 11, many users complained about the abandonment of a pure Android-like aesthetic for Samsung’s One UI resemblances.
It is still too early to know if that resemblance will be definitive, since in the absence of months for the launch the design may continue to vary, even if the leak ends up being authentic.
OnePlus explains why it wants to abandon the purity of AndroidOnePlus is one of the best options in Spain if we wanted a fast mobile with pure Android aesthetics, although the company intends to abandon the latter.
The entry The OnePlus 9 Pro appears and the resemblance is more than evident, it appears first in The Free Android.