Seems like OnePlus literally did not leave anything to the imagination, given the number of leaks and official teasers that showed up on the web, well ahead of the launch. With the launch now out of the way, it’s now clear that OnePlus has announced not two, but three handsets this year (alongside a new smartwatch). We have the usual serving of the OnePlus 9 Pro (from ₹64,999) and the standard OnePlus 9 model (from ₹49,999) to fill up the premium segment and a new entrant with the OnePlus 9R that should fill up that gaping hole in the hearts of OnePlus fans. While the 9 Pro and the 9 carry on the legacy of the brand, with faster 120 Hz OLED displays, shiny new Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipsets and Warp Charge 65T (65 W), the Pro model also gets a curved LTPO display along with Warp Charge 50 Wireless (or 50 W) charging. The 9R is the cheapest of the three models, comes with slightly watered-down specifications, a focus on gaming and will be priced from ₹39,999.