OnePlus has launched an upgraded T-series of smartphones along with its existing flagship lineup. The first smartphone that was launched in this series was the OnePlus 5T. Since then, the company has introduced a OnePlus 6T, 7T, and 8T. This year as well there were reports that the brand might launch the OnePlus 9T smartphone somewhere around Q3 of 2021. However, as per a reliable tipster, the company might discard its plans for launching the slightly upgraded version of the OnePlus 9 smartphone. Here’s what you need to know about the OnePlus 9T.
OnePlus Might Not Launch OnePlus 9T
As per a reliable tipster known as Max Jambor, the company will not launch the OnePlus 9T smartphone at all. The tipster does not share many details on this, though he clearly says that there will be no OnePlus 9T. That being said, it actually makes sense for the company to not introduce the OnePlus 9T as it is now focusing more on the Nord series.
— Max Jambor (@MaxJmb) July 27, 2021
We have seen OnePlus launching OnePlus Nord 2 and OnePlus CE 5G smartphones in India within some small interval of time. Both the phones are now targeted at the mid-range segment. So, this would make sense for the company to clearly establish its products in different price segments. The OnePlus Nord series will battle it out in the mid-range segment, while the OnePlus number series will hold the fort in the mid-premium segment.
OnePlus 9T Expected Specifications
The OnePlus 9T has been subjected to various leaks in the past. The phone is rumoured to come with a 108MP quad rear camera. We can expect one of them to feature an ultrawide lens. OnePlus could introduce a telephoto camera as well. OnePlus 9T is also said to be equipped with an LTPO Samsung E4 flexible AMOLED display. The screen was reported to come with a 120Hz variable refresh rate, which is also seen in phones like Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra, OnePlus 9 Pro, and more. That being said, what are your thoughts on the upcoming OnePlus 9T. Should OnePlus launch it? Or should it discard the series completely? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.