OnePlus has proudly announced the new OnePlus 9 series. The new smartphones are out now, ready with the Hasselblad camera and more. There is the regular OnePlus 9 and the OnePlus 9 Pro. In India, the OnePlus 9R has also been introduced. It has been a while since the launch happened and many customers have already received their units. We’ve seen multiple reviews and even saw that reverse teardown. The OnePlus 9 Series pre-orders sold out on the first day, but sadly, the OnePlus 9 Pro 8GB RAM with the 128GB version is not ready yet.
The OnePlus 9 series has potential, but even with the high scores and positive reviews, what will matter the most is the feedback from real people who use it in their daily lives. From the OnePlus 9 Pro has reached several consumers, there have been reports of overheating. This happens when recording videos and taking photos.
The camera may be the culprit, but we don’t know for sure yet. Good thing OnePlus recognized the problem. It is said to be a known issue that will be sold in the next few weeks when a software update is available.
A thread on the OnePlus forum grows longer by the day, so you know this is not an isolated case. Several clients are experimenting the same thing. What usually happens is that the camera app displays a warning. Two messages appear: “Cannot take pictures because the temperature of the phone is too high “ or “The temperature of your device is too high at the moment. Please stop shooting [sic] for a while to bring it down. “
However, the phone sends notifications when the device has already cooled down. This means that you can now use the phone.
Devices that get hot are not new. It’s normal, but the OnePlus 9 Pro is reportedly overheating more often than it should or expected. Fingers crossed, a solution will be available soon.