Although the OnePlus 9 Pro made a name for itself with its camera features, the first annoying development occurred in the camera unit. We are looking at the heating problem.
OnePlus 9 Pro wants to offer better results in the camera unit as a result of the partnership with Hasselblad. When we receive the phone, we will tell you what has changed, especially on the camera side. Some of the reviews we have read indicate that there is improvement in the camera unit, but not as much as claimed.
OnePlus 9 Pro Overheats with Camera On
OnePlus9 Pro is among the remarkable phones of the last period, especially with camera features. Come on, the first annoying development in the OnePlus 9 Pro was in the camera unit. According to the news on the Android Police site, users from OnePlus forums have started reporting numerous reports of overheating in the camera unit. In fact, even when the camera application is in normal shooting mode, a warning appears on the screen that the phone is overheating. In a statement on this, the officials stated that they were aware of the problem and that the overheating in the camera will be corrected with an update they will release in a short time.
OnePlus 9 Pro specifications
- 7-inch Fluid Display 2.0 AMOLED display with a resolution of 1,440 x 3,216 pixels, 120Hz variable refresh rate, HDR10 + and sRGB support and P3 color profiles, 1,300 nits maximum brightness
- 2.84 GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor; Steam room cooling system using graphite and copper layers; Adreno 660 GPU and Snapdragon X60 modem
- 8 / 12GB LPDDR5 RAM and 128 / 256GB non-expandable UFS 3.1 internal memory
- Connectivity: 5G (NSA / SA), 4G / VoLTE, Wi-Fi 6 AC / AX, aptX & aptX HD with Bluetooth 5.2, LDAC and AAC, dual-band GPS, GLONASS, Galileo, BeiDou, NFC, USB Type-C 3.1
- sensors: accelerometer, compass, barometer, compass, brightness, proximity, color temperature, fingerprint on screen, gyroscope
- OxygenOS 11 user interface based on Android 11
- dual SIM, stereo system speakers with Dolby Atmos equalization, Qualcomm WCD9385 audio codec, tactile vibration engine;
- Quad rear camera:
- 1 / 1.43 ″ Sony IMX789 Optically stabilized (OIS) 48 megapixel (f / 8) main sensor with 23mm equivalent focal length;
- 1 / 1.56 ″ Sony IMX766 50 megapixel (f / 2) ultra wide angle sensor with 14mm equivalent focal length; the same sensor can capture macro up to 4 cm from the object;
- 3.3x optical and up to 30x digital zoom, 8 megapixel telephoto lens with 77mm equivalent focal length (f / 2.4) optically stabilized (OIS);
- 2 megapixel monochrome sensor;
- Video recording in 8K at 30 fps, 4K at 30, 60 or 120 fps, up to 240 fps in 1080p, up to 480 fps in 720p in super slow motion; hybrid image stabilization (OIS + EIS); three microphones dedicated to sound capture;
- Sony IMX471 front camera with 16 megapixel (f / 4) fixed focus and electronic stabilization (EIS);
- IP68 certified waterproof
- 4.500 mAh battery with 65 watt Warp fast charging, 100% charge in 29 minutes, 50 watt Warp wireless charging (accessory sold separately)
- 163.2 x 73.6 x 8.7mm dimensions and 197 grams of weight