OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has tweeted photos of each of the company’s attachable controls and has done so above and above onePlus’ telephones. SlashGear and Android Headlines found that the OnePlus 9 was teased in late March, but they are now online from the OnePlus store in India, with a turnover of 1,099 buckles, which is approximately $15, respectively. OnePlus has not announced that these game triggers are being released worldwide, and when I reach out the company will not comment on pricing and availability.
The triggers can be cut along the edges of the majority of telephones (any iOS or Android system, as long as the size of a case is less than 11.5mm). If you want handheld gaming but dislike touch controls, this might be an intuitive solution to clicking the phone like a joystick.
Each control seems to only have a single shoulder button with an Omron switch, which Lau says is “clicky” to press on. Some of the photos make it look like a rear trigger that gives you a second button on your map, but OnePlus did not provide any information about the functionality of the mechanism when I asked.