We have every reason to assume that The intriguing OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro Will be available for official purchase in Israel very soon, just like any previous incarnation of the flagship family from the Chinese manufacturer in recent years. However, together with this leading duo, another 9-series model was launched, which is a kind of mediation point between the supply of luxury models and the developing supply from the company's young Nord brand - theOnePlus 9R, which at least for the moment seems to be the exclusive product for the coveted Indian market.
On the OnePlus 9R you will find a bright 6.55-inch Fluid AMOLED screen with 1080p resolution, a refresh rate of up to 120 Hz and a Gorilla Glass 5 protective coating that joins a metallic casing and a Gorilla Glass 5 coating on the back, with almost identical physical dimensions to the -OnePlus 8T and similar For OnePlus 9 (Which actually offers a plastic casing with glass cladding, as I recall).
The imagination For the OnePlus 8T Continues with the rear camera array consisting of a 48-megapixel main sensor with an optical stabilization array, a 16-megapixel sensor for wide-angle photography, a 5-megapixel sensor for macro photography and a bonus (monochromatic) sensor of 2 megapixels for depth sensing, selfie camera 16 megapixels inside a modest 'hole' slot, 3.1GB or 128GB UFS 256 storage with no option for further expansion, 8GB or 12GB dynamic memory depending on the selected storage, Android 11 system with OxygenOS 11 interface right out of the box, stereo speakers, chip Built-in NFC, 6 dual-channel Wi-Fi connectivity, receiver GPS Dual channels, Fingerprint scanner Built-in optical under the display panel and a built-in 4,500mAh battery with a 65-watt charger designed to complete the capacity from zero level to full level in approximately 39 minutes.
The main difference between the OnePlus 9R and the OnePlus 8T is in identity chip The processing that drives all the other tools - theSnapdragon The current octagon 870, as a replacement forSnapdragon 865 of last year. The differences between the models are very minor and rely on the maximum frequencies that the leading processing core in the array can reach, but that still means that the 9R should boast a slightly higher performance than its brother launched just over six months ago, with a significantly lower recommended price tag .
The OnePlus 9R will be available in the Indian market in about a month with a black or blue hue, priced at 40,000 rupees for the base model with 128GB of storage and at 44,000 rupees for a model with 256GB of storage plus a 50 percent increase in RAM - prices of 464 euros and 510 euros respectively, when European prices for OnePlus 8T models With the same volumes Memories Stood at 600 euros and 700 euros respectively. Comparing prices from different ends of the globe is usually not a recommended or too effective idea, but in this case it seems that it can be estimated with good certainty that the devicesOnePlus 9R will offer everything that was inOnePlus 8T, with a slight boost to performance, at more popular prices as evidence of the rapid development and progress of the market.
Do we have reasons to hold fingers that theOnePlus The new 9R will eventually arrive in Europe, and from there it will go on tour in Israel as well - or we better settle forOnePlus 8T that is already here in dozens of stores and can be purchased for NIS 2,000 or more? Feel free to discuss it in the comments.