OnePlus 9T Leaked Render Reveals Mi 11 Ultra-Like Secondary Display On The Back Of The Phone

 Since OnePlus' R&D team merged with OPPO, the company has stirred up discussion on social media, but there's some news that has certainly caught the attention of some users. The OnePlus 9T is said to have a second screen on the back based on a render showing the device.

People over at MyDrivers have shared an image of what the OnePlus 9T could look like, which suggests the smartphone will be similar to the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro, released earlier this year. A small hole at the top left houses the selfie camera, and the front comprises almost entirely of the display's screen. We're most fascinated by the back of the OnePlus One smartphone, which is unlike the back of any other smartphone we've seen so far.

In the first place, the camera module is significantly different from the OnePlus 9 phones, and the lenses are considerably smaller. The presence of a second screen is particularly striking. The Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra had this feature earlier, where the back of the device could act as a panorama viewfinder by mounting a Mi Band 5 display. In addition to reading the time and displaying notifications, that tiny display allows you to keep an eye on notifications without having to unlock your phone.

According to MyDrivers, the cameras of the OnePlus 9T should be comparable to those of the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro. These two devices have a 48 MP primary shooter, a 50MP wide-angle lens and a monochrome lens. It is unclear whether the 9T – just like the 9 Pro – will also have a dedicated telephoto lens to allow optical zoom capabilities.

For the OnePlus 9T, the cat isn't yet out of the bag other than that. As with last year's OnePlus 8 Pro, OnePlus is unlikely to release a 9T Pro. A 120Hz screen and super fast wired charging will also be available. Additionally, the smartphone will feature an updated version of the Snapdragon 888 Plus processor.

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