OnePlus 9 also comes with 5G support. If you have booked a suitable tariff and are in 5G area, you can surf the mobile internet at lightning speed. Wi-Fi 6 (WLAN-ax) is available in the home network. As well as bluetooth 5.2 NFC The latter are on board, the latter being used for mobile payments. Dual SIM is possible with two different nano SIM cards. Both can be logged into the 5G network at the same time.
USB-C is used for wired connections in OnePlus 9. This interface has become as standard in modern smartphones as the absence of headphone output, which the OnePlus 9 also adds. However, it is a pity that the scope of delivery does not include a compatible adapter or a suitable headset.
Our 256 GB test model had internal memory after about 221 GB of free space. This is massive, but should also be sufficient, as there is no SD card slot for memory expansion.
We really like the workmanship of the OnePlus 9 – nothing to complain about here. Weighing less than 200 grams, it is not too heavy in the hand and is visually “Winter Mist” (purple), “Arctic Sky” (blue) and “subtle black” (black). It’s just a shame that OnePlus is different than here Pro model Has waived IP certification and thus official protection against dust or water.
We really liked the integrated speakers in the test. These emit a good stereo sound that scores with relatively good bass and does not start clinking even at full volume. OnePlus 9 also supports Dolby Atmos. You can unlock it using classic code or fingerprint sensor or facial recognition.