The OnePlus 9 Pro supports wireless charging with a maximum of 45 Watts, according to a well-known telecom insider. This would allow the smartphone to charge even faster without a cable than last year’s OnePlus 8 Pro.
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OnePlus 9 Pro wireless charging
The well-known smartphone clock Max Jambor, which shares the information on Voice, says the OnePlus 9 Pro charges wirelessly with a maximum power of 45 watts. This is a significant improvement compared to its predecessor (the OnePlus 8 Pro), which charges with a maximum of 30 watts without a cable. This means that the battery is fifty percent full after half an hour.
For wireless charging, this is quite fast and the battery of the OnePlus 9 Pro would be even more easily full. Max Jambor is a reliable source when it comes to smartphone rumors and he has shared accurate information about unannounced OnePlus phones more often in the past. So the news appears to be reliable.
The insider also says that the OnePlus 9 Pro supports reverse wireless charging. This allows you to power other devices, such as wireless earbuds, a smartwatch or a friend’s phone by placing it on the back of the OnePlus phone. He also says that the regular (and cheaper) OnePlus 9 does indeed support wireless charging, as mentioned earlier, but doesn’t know how fast this is.
What we know about the OnePlus 9 Pro
According to the latest rumors, both the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro have a Snapdragon 888 chip. This is the fastest processor that manufacturer Qualcomm makes at the moment. A cheaper smartphone, which may be called the OnePlus 9 Lite or 9E, will likely have a slightly less powerful Snapdragon 865.
In addition, the OnePlus 9 Pro probably has a 120Hz screen with curved screen edges, just like its predecessor. This makes the phone feel really fast as the animations are smoother. OnePlus is expected to announce its latest smartphone in March, but the company has not yet commented on this. Little is therefore known about the release and prices.
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