The new OnePlus 9 color is based on gradient refraction generated by combining a film and reflective glass. Although the finish begins with 60 degrees of diffusion (hence the name “mist”) at the top of the phone, it progressively moves to a more mirror-like 20% at the bottom. You’ll get some reflection, but the company is going for a ghostly effect rather than a straightforward mirror finish.
Ok, I can't help but share one more. It deserves it, especially given it takes 30 steps and more than 25 days to create the final finish on this extraordinary glass. #OnePlus9Pro
Also, stick around again, might have another little test for you in a few minutes. pic.twitter.com/9HSQO2H7sz
— Pete Lau (@PeteLau) March 15, 2021
On the back of the OnePlus 9 Pro, there is a slew of image samples from the different cameras. The OnePlus 9 Pro’s main camera will be a custom-developed Sony IMX789, while the ultrawide camera will be a Sony IMX766. This isn’t the first time we’ve seen camera samples from the OnePlus 9 Pro’s forthcoming Hasselblad-branded devices.
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