The OnePlus 9 review aims to give you a hands-on impression of this smartphone from its manufacturer; Oppos. The smartphone was launched in the European market on March 21; 2021; by Oppos. It is powered by an octa-core processor called the Analect YL processor. The handset also features a dual camera setup in conjunction with Hasselblad’s Color View system. The device is available in a variety of colors such as black; silver; grey and white.
The company further integrates the OxygenOS 3.1 mobile operating system into its smartphone. The OxygenOS 3.1 based smartphone offers users a number of options such as an integrated SIM card tray; a feature-rich camera app; and a dynamic range of gestures including multi-point and multi-orientation scanning. The Oxygen OS 3.1 is designed to be user friendly with simplified menu navigation and an overall user experience.
The first OxygenOS smartphone launched in the market has been the OnePlus One. It was unique smartphone offering users a blend of a smartphone and a media center. It featured a beautiful design that made it stand out from the crowd of mobile devices. The handset featured an intuitive interface that allowed users to perform a number of tasks without necessarily knowing any technical terms or the complexities of the functions.
The second OxygenOS smartphone released in the market was the OnePlus 9. It offered users a robust handset with a neat and attractive look. Despite being a mid-budget smartphone; it offered users a number of features and applications that made it a formidable competitor in the android market. The handset featured a smooth and fast performance despite having an android 11 engine and a large RAM for enhanced productivity and speed.
The product has a compact design, and it comes with an internet connection.
It also featured a powerful Media Center application that complemented its user experience. OnePlus devices are also featured with the OxygenOS 2.0 version which offers improved camera performance and memory speed. The OxygenOS 2.0 also provided users with a wide range of features such as Bluetooth 5.2; dual-core processor; high-end camera performance; faster web browser; and enhanced camera performance.
As we can see from the above comparison; the OxygenOS software allows different manufacturers to customize different features. For example; Samsung left Google out of the picture mode functionality of its customised Android skin; hence allowing it to offer users more features and a better user experience. HTC and LG were not left behind; as they both released their own customised user Interface solutions. Hence; the onerous 9 review speaks in general terms about how HTC and LG tried to differentiate their phones from others through their skins and user interfaces.