The OnePlus 9RT debuted in China back in October 2021 and after three long months, the device has finally begins its global rollout.
The first step in its worldwide expansion is India, where OnePlus announced the flagship and is starting sales on January 17.
The OnePlus 9RT comes with a Snapdragon 888 chipset and a 6.62” AMOLED screen. The brand is offering the phone with either 8/128 GB memory or 12/256 GB, and there’s no microSD slot for extra storage. There is a bigger heat sink inside the device, increasing heat dissipation by 20%, compared to the one in the OnePlus 9.
Prices are INR42,999 ($580) and INR46,999 ($635), and the 9RT can be purchased in Silver and Black colors. OnePlus India brings some incentives like an instant INR4,000 ($54) discount on some bank cards, 50% off selected cases, and an extra INR4,000 bonus with a trade-in of another OnePlus phone.OnePlus Buds Z2 (not to scale)
The phone’s arrival in India was accompanied by the OnePlus Buds Z2 true wireless earphones. While they cost $99/€99 in the US and Europe, customers in the Asian country can buy them for INR4,999, which translates to $67.
The launch also brought some INR500 ($6.70) discounts that will last until January 26. The OnePlus Band is just INR999 ($13.50), while the Wireless Bullets Z Bass Edition will be INR1,499 ($20) starting on Monday.
Same. While this maybe a good choice, battery issues put a dent in OnePlus's reliability. I myself am considering iphones especially for the cameras but modded apps are stopping me from switching over.
Not in India though. S21 FE comes with Exynos 2100. 9rt starts at 570 dollars while s21 FE starts at 730 dollars in India before discount pricing.