New leak says OnePlus 9 (non-Pro) will finally support Wireless and Reverse Wireless Charging

Leaks regarding OnePlus devices break free every year months before the launch. The trend is continuing with the upcoming OnePlus 9. Although the company hasn’t confirmed the names yet, it is kind of obvious going by the numbers. Accordingly, we have already seen the first hands-on images of the OnePlus 9. Now, an exclusive report by 91Mobiles gives us more details.

Citing its sources, the report says that the OnePlus 9 will come with a 4,500mAh battery with 65W Warp Charging. This is about a 5% increase in capacity over its predecessor, the OnePlus 8(4,300mAh). Further, if the report is true OnePlus 9 will support Wireless, Reverse Wireless charging apart from having a bigger battery.

Precisely, the OnePlus 9 will finally support wireless charging up to 30W. Previously, the OnePlus 8 non-Pro didn’t have it back then but the OnePlus 8 Pro was the company’s first to sport it up to 30W. Anyway, it is appreciative of OnePlus finally bringing the nitty-gritty of a premium device to the vanilla model.

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Credit: 91Mobiles OnePlus 9 Wireless Charging


Moving on, the report shows two additional images claimed to be of the OnePlus 9 as seen above. One of them even shows a Reverse Charge icon in the quick-pull down menu. This indicates that the device could also support Reverse Wireless charging. That’s a no-brainer considering the 8 Pro also had it.

However, the OnePlus 8 Pro had a very slow-rated reverse wireless charging speed. In fact, it’s very slow that OnePlus doesn’t even mention it in the spec sheet on the website. Either way, let’s hope the company spices it up this time as it will be helpful for quickly juicing up accessories like Wireless earbuds that are getting popular these days.

The OnePlus 9 is expected to feature a 6.55-inch FHD+ AMOLED 120Hz flat display, Snapdragon 888 SoC, 50MP/48MP triple-camera setup(Leica branding), at least have 8GB RAM, 128GB storage, and ship with OxygenOS 11 based on Android 11, and debut in mi-March of 2021.

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