As an expensive flagship smartphone, the OnePlus 9 Pro has a lot to offer. It is built really well and has an excellent display, a relatively clean and minimal UI, great performance, good cameras, decent battery life, and fast charging.
The main issue with the phone comes down to the software. It almost feels as if for the past year or so, OnePlus just gave up trying to fix OxygenOS and make it work reliably, knowing it would get merged into ColorOS anyway. We really hope the merger brings the promised stability to this platform because using it in its current form has been a bit of a nightmare over the past few months.
Still, the OnePlus 9 Pro is not far from becoming the proper flagship smartphone that we were promised back in March 2021, and with the OxygenOS 12 update looming on the horizon, there's a good chance it might just end up becoming that.
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