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|Launch Date (Global)||:||23-03-2021|
|Product Name||:||OnePlus 9R|
|Screen Size (In Inches)||:||6.55|
|Display Technology||:||Fluid AMOLED|
|Screen Resolution (In Pixels)||:||1800 x 2400|
|Display Features||:||Corning Gorilla Glass 5|
|Pixel Density (Ppi)||:||402|
|Rear Camera Megapixel||:||48 + 16 + 8 + 2|
|Front Camera Megapixel||:||16|
|Aperture (F Stops)||:||f/1.7|
|Primary 1 Aperture||:||f/1.7|
|Front Facing Aperture||:||f/2.4|
|Battery Capacity (Mah)||:||4500|
|Removal Battery (Yes/no)||:||No|
|Support For Fast Charging||:||Yes|
|Fast Charging Wattage||:||65W|
|Charging Type Port||:||Type-C|
|Finger Print Sensor||:||Yes|
|Cpu||:||Qualcomm SM8250-AC Snapdragon 870 5G|
|Cpu Speed||:||1x3.2 GHz, 3x2.42 GHz, 4x1.80 GHz|
|Dimensions (Lxbxh- In Mm)||:||161 x 74.1 x 8.4|
|Weight (In Grams)||:||189|
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OnePlus 9R 256GB was launched in March 2021 & runs on Android 11 OS. The Smartphone is available only in one color i.e. Black & has a built in fingerprint sensor as the primary security feature, along with the host of connectivity options in terms of 3G, 4G, GPS, Wifi, NFC Bluetooth capabilities. Priced at Rs. 43999 the phone is available with 256 GB of internal storage.
The Smartphone is powered by 1x3.2 GHz, 3x2.42 GHz, 4x1.80 GHz Octa-core core Qualcomm SM8250-AC Snapdragon 870 5G Processor. A 12 GB of RAM ensures phone runs smoothly even the most memory intensive applications & still shows no signs of lag. 256 GB of internal storage can not be expanded further.
The Phone comes with a powerful 4500 mAh battery to support it's 6.55 inch screen with Fluid AMOLED display having a resolution of 1800 x 2400 at 402 ppi.
OnePlus 9R 256GB boasts of dual primary camera of 48 + 16 + 8 + 2 megapixel and 16 megapixel front Camera. The Smartphone has a low camera aperture of f/1.7. It also support high dynamic range(HDR) imaging.
OnePlus 9R 256GB Price In India Starts From Rs. 39999 The best price of OnePlus 9R 256GB is Rs. 39999 on Amazon, which is 10% less than the cost of OnePlus 9R 256GB on Amazon Rs.43999.This Mobile Phones is expected to be available in 128GB/8GB,256GB/12GB variant(s).
|Amazon||OnePlus 9R 5G (Carbon Black, 8GB RAM, 128GB Storage)||₹ 39,999|
|Amazon||OnePlus 9R 5G (Carbon Black, 12GB RAM, 256 GB Storage)||₹ 43,999|
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My first time buying a OnePlus phone and I really like the finish of the one. Camera is excellent, Android 11 is very smooth to use, functions are fast. Just my first day of usage so hard to be critical of anything. The downside for me is that there is no place expand the memory.
Within 10 minutes of usage. It’s felt like over heat. I can’t experienced any mobile like this.
I am writing down this after using for a couple of days. I got the carbon black one with 12GB RAM. Overall the device is good, and honestly is the reskin of one plus 8T with lower price
OnePlus 9r is best of both world that you get from samsung and apple. I would rate full 5 stars for mobile except camera and heating issue. Also, the delivery experience while exchanging mobile turned out to be worst. Hence rating overall 1star for the bad and worst humiliated experience. Now I'm afraid to order again from Amazon.
As I'm a OnePlus user for more than 4 years now I purchased the OnePlus Plus 9 Pro on 30th March and loved it. And got the 9R for my sister and she loved this phone. I would say it's better to get 9R over 9 else buy the 9 Pro. Camera on the 9R is not as people are saying that it's bad. It's decent for the price. A normal person can't tell the difference btw. Screen is beautiful, phone looks premium.
An overall decent phone. The clean software experience would be the reason to choose this instead of Mi 11X or IQOO 7. Hardware wise it's more than capable. The camera I would say , is decent. It depends on your photography skills. The sensor specs only matter so much, I would say invest some time in learning photography. Check the photos attached. If you are a power user , this is one of the best value for money phones at this segment. For the custom rom folks , the kernel is open sourced, so in a year can expect decent ROM. I think IQOO bootloader is not unlocked so keep that in mind.
Worst phone by one plus Heating issues :yes Battery drain : yes Phone hang or crash : twice in a day Phone needs a restart daily else it will stop working. Once it's restarted all settings changes to default. Dissatisfied, disappointed by one plus
I just switched from OP6. Unlike when I brought the OP6, when I had zero complaints. I'm having many issues with the OP9R from day one. Things to note: 1. The display has some major issues, there's an off-axis pinkish tint to whites and grays, which is quite annoying, and almost all the devices seem to affected with this as per OnePlus forums. 2. The Camera are just mediocre, and I find the OP9 Camera much better than this. Even though OP9 lacks OIS, it almost always catches better pics and has better focus and stabilization in videos. Like MKBHD said, the Macro and Monochrome sensors are just garbage. 3. The whole of the phone, particularly the backplate vibrates on playing sounds, it's pretty annoying and makes the phone feel cheap. Good stuff: 1. Warp Charging is unbelievably fast. 2. Other than the off-axis color shift, it's a great display. 3. The phone is very snappy, added to the 120Hz display gives it a very confident smoothness. Overall: I think OnePlus put very little effort to this phone, as if they made it just to satisfy the Indian customers to complement the OnePlus 9 series. Their quality control seems to be quite bad, as OnePlus forums is full with issues with this device. I have a very unpopular suggestion, buy the OnePlus 9, it's only 7K more SBI Credit Card. You get a newer and efficient Chipset, a substantially better camera. Having OIS gives no seeming advantage to OnePlus 9.
I have been using Realme 2 pro for the past 2 and half years and I felt like I needed a upgrade and bought OnePlus 9R, have to say it's a worthy upgrade and the speed is amazing. Everything is super fast and 120hz refresh rate is cherry on the top. Camera is okaish nothing that great. There are some heating here and there while using apps. Battery is okay as well. If you are using heavily it will not last you for a day, with normal usage it will easily last for a day. Also the phone fully charges in 40 minutes thanks to the 65w fast charging. OxygenOs is good nothing that great. There are lots of booklets inside the box, I hope next time OnePlus reduce that and instead add a usb c to 3.5mm jack adaptor. This is the first time I am using a OnePlus phone and I am really enjoying every moment of it and I would recommend this phone to everyone who is planning on upgrading their phone.
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