OnePlus 9 Pro camera performance is teased, no DxOMark score this time; Renderings, color options leaked again

The performance of the OnePlus 9 Pro camera was again teased, this time showing a few images from the main camera and the ultra-wide camera. The OnePlus 9 series will be unveiled on March 23, and while the company has only shared glimpses of the OnePlus 9 Pro, official renders of both phones have once again leaked. However, CEO Pete Lau also said that the OnePlus 9 series will not be shipped to DxOMark, which means we won’t be able to see how the camera’s performance compares to other flagship phones.

Lau sharing two images taken by the Hasselblad brand main and ultra-wide cameras of the OnePlus 9 series. Both images are vibrant and the image taken by the ultra-wide-angle camera does not appear to have any edge distortion. The CEO of OnePlus previously shared a comparison between a regular ultra-wide camera and one from the OnePlus 9 series that also showed no distortion and fisheye effect with the OnePlus 9 series camera sensor.

He previously confirmed that the OnePlus 9 Pro’s primary shooter will be the Sony IMX789 sensor and the ultra-wide-angle sensor will use a Sony IMX766 sensor.

Ttipster Ishan Agarwal sharing Official render and color options for the OnePlus 9 Pro and OnePlus 9. The Pro variant is reportedly available in Astral Black, Morning Mist, and Pine Green color options, while the non-Pro variant is said to come in Arctic Sky, Winter Mist and Stellar Black. Renderings for both phones were leaked last week, also showing the same design and color options.

Interestingly, Lau also shared on Weibo that the OnePlus 9 series will not be sent to DxOMark for testing. DxOMark subjects the phones to a series of camera tests giving an overall assessment of camera performance, as well as individual aspects of the cameras. The OnePlus 8T recently received an average rating from DxOMark, but it looks like we won’t be able to compare the camera performance of OnePlus’ upcoming flagship with others from Samsung, Huawei, Apple. and Google.

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