OnePlus Malaysia has finally launched the OnePlus 9 series and its first ever smartwatch – OnePlus Watch for Malaysian users. The launch today revealed capabilities of the OnePlus 9 series in capturing the best shot in every true color featuring Malaysia’s Hasselblad Master 2018, Nabil Rosman.
“OnePlus 9 series is our biggest step forward in camera quality as we are partnering with a legendary camera company with 80 years of history – Hasselblad. We are fully committed to our long-term partnership, and definitely working together in creating new possibilities in mobile photography,” said OnePlus Malaysia Team.
OnePlus has started to explore more about AIoT products since 2019, and the first attempt will be the first ever OnePlus Watch to extend the seamless OnePlus experience to other parts of the ecosystem. It comes with a 1.39″ AMOLED display that pushes a 454×454 pixels resolution for a high 326ppi pixel density and a 46mm 316L stainless steel body which has two physical buttons on the right.
OnePlus Watch allows users to directly manage their phone notifications, make and answer phone calls, it also offers 4 GB of standalone storage which is enough for over 500 songs. The Long-Lasting Battery is up to 2 weeks of sustainable use and it can elivers a week’s power in just 20 minutes.
Fitness users will definitely love the OnePlus Watch that features 5ATM + IP68 water and dust resistance, with 110+ workout modes. The built-in GPS tracks users’ activities even if the phone is not with the users. Moreover, it supports a wide range of health functionalities such as blood oxygen, stress levels, heart rate , sleep mode etc.
Fans can enjoy the OnePlus 9 that comes with 48MP main camera with Sony IMX 689 sensor , 50MP ultra wide lens with Sony IMX766 sensor that is able to give a better imaging quality and lower noise. The Hasselblad Pro Mode offers the power to adjust pretty much everything, including ISO, exposure times, white balance and more. While the Natural Color Calibration brings more perceptually accurate colors to photos.
OnePlus 9 comes with a 6.55 inch flat display and features the 120Hz refresh rate Fluid AMOLED display that provides an immersive viewing experience regardless of what users are watching. It has a 4500 mAh battery with Warp Charge 65T that delivers a day’s power in just 15 minutes and from 1-100% in just 29 minutes.
The OnePlus 9 is powered by the best dragon in the Kingdom, Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 with cutting-edge 5G technology. The new heat dissipation system built from five layers of graphite, OnePlus Cool Play help to draw heat away from the processor where the fans have no worries while playing games. It will be available in Astral Black that reminds of the bluish darkish sky.
OnePlus 9 Pro
The advanced technology – LTPO, significantly improves power consumption by automatically adapting the refresh rate from 120Hz to as low as 1Hz. Typical syncing speed between the processor and display is 60 Hz or 120 Hz, but the OnePlus 9 Pro with Hyper Touch increased it to 360 Hz that gives the better reaction times as it is up to 6x faster than before.
The display of OnePlus 9 Pro earned an A+ rating from Display Mate for its accurate and natural colors reproduction. OnePlus 9 Pro is with cutting-edge 5G, Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 as well and offers significant power-savings, allowing for extensive usage on a single battery charge. Speaking about battery, the OnePlus 9 Pro is supported by Warp Charge 65T like OnePlus 9, but the Warp Charge 50 Wireless might impress the users as the phone can be charged from 1-100% in just 43 minutes.OnePlus 9 Pro continues the burdenless design tradition, gives an integrated and stylish design. It will be available in Morning Mist, shimmers from silver to blakc and resembling fog on a glossy mirror. The Oxygen OS 11 brings speed, smoothness and customization to life, users will be able to experience and enjoy the swipe that is intuitive and efficient.
Guys so the watch is RM699, 9 is RM3699 and 9 Pro is at RM4299. Here at Sauce, we think it’s kinda overpriced but let us know what do you think?