According to the rumors, the OnePlus 9 series is expected to be launched in March, with the company most likely to announce the launch date next week. The series is expected to conclude three phones this time - OnePlus 9, OnePlus 9 Pro, and a third more affordable model that is rumored to be called the OnePlus 9R or OnePlus 9E. Spigen is a company that makes phone cases, has already listed three OnePlus phones on its official website, and is apparently called the new third member of the series OnePlus 9E.
The Spigen has listed all three models of the OnePlus 9 series almost two weeks ahead of their official release. The third model is listed as the OnePlus 9E and not the OnePlus 9R. There is no information on why Spigen decided to upload the pages for the phones so early and is based on rumors or there is no official communication with the company. The listing was first spotted by MySmartPrice.
The OnePlus 9E is rumored to be an affordable variant of the standard OnePlus with some slight changes in configurations. The phone might include the Snapdragon 690 Soc processing chip paired with 8GB RAM and 128GB inbuilt storage. The smartphone is tipped to feature a 6.5-inch 90Hz display with an FHD+ resolution. Other OnePlus 9E specs include a 64-megapixel camera sensor and a large 5,000mAh battery with 30W fast charging.
The OnePlus 9 is expected to come with high-end specifications. OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 are reported to be powered by Snapdragon 888 chipset and a 120HZ display. While the standard OnePlus is tipped to support an FHD+ resolution, the Pro variant may get a higher resolution up to QHD+. Both devices will come with 65W fast charging, wireless charging, and reverse charging.
It doesn’t even matter how much you like your phone, who made it or how much you had to shell out once to buy it, all smartphones get outdated sooner or later. Sure, you can stretch out its lifetime by buying a flagship device, because they do come with a bit of future proofing, but even that’s not going to do much but delay the inevitable.
That’s okay though, because such is the nature of technology itself, and not just smartphones. Older, slower, less functional devices are constantly being outdated by their successors, which in the grand scheme of things, defines progress and technological evolution. Unfortunately enough, the pace at which smartphone technology is evolving, it can put a significant load on our wallets!
Creation of a New Industry: Take Advantage of the Competition
The best way to soften the blow of updating to a new phone would be to either sell it, or have it exchanged for a discount while buying a new phone. Manufacturers, second hand vendors and retailers know that too, which is why they have exchange or selling options for smartphones going throughout the year. This has in turn, created another business, and where there is business, there is competition to take advantage of for consumers!
Not Every Site Offers the Same Deal
Have you noticed how different sites sell the same smartphones at different prices? The same applies here too, but even more so than buying. The thing is that unlike first hand retail units, second hand smartphones don’t have any OEM set restrictions on how low or how high one can charge/offer for them. This opens up the competition even more, and the exchange or selling prices of old phones will vary widely as a result of that.
What’s Your Best Option?
Ideally, there should be a platform online , where people would be able to go and compare the price they could be getting for their devices from various buyers. Fortunately, that’s exactly what SellCell provides to consumers! They provide a singular, online platform for buyers to compare the deals they can get from the top sellers across United States, so you won’t have to check a dozen sites and keep constant tabs on them separately. It just streamlines the entire old phone selling or exchanging process immensely.
In case you have held out from buying a new device because you like your old phone too much and can’t get a good deal on it, now you know how to get the best possible deal, without the unnecessary time wasting. On a general note, do not hold onto any Android or iOS device that the OEM has stopped servicing (2 to 3 years at best) with monthly, or at least quarterly updates. Our smartphones carry so much sensitive data in them and without the security patches, they would succumb to malware and hacking attacks without you even realizing it.
Although it isn't really a big surprise at this point, Samsung has confirmed that the Galaxy S8+ is indeed real and it's coming on March 29 (probably). Yesterday, a support page for a Galaxy device with the model number SM-G955FD came online on Samsung's Indian site. As this model number pertains quite specifically to the upcoming Galaxy S8+, all doubts regarding its existence is now extinguished. Additionally, the model also confirms dual SIM support on the device.
Strangely enough, the page disappeared just a few hours after going live. It almost feels like Samsung is teasing the audience with multiple unofficial glimpses to the S8 series this year. First it was the phone in the Super AMOLED ads and now a short-lived support page. Whatever the situation might be, we are quite excited to see what Samsung brings to the plate ultimately when the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ are launched next month.
If you are not familiar with the rumors regarding what the S8 is going to bring to the table this year, have a look at it here.
Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)
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