OnePLus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro

OnePLus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro

OnePlus announced its latest smartphone line-up of flagships, The OnePLus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro collection.

OnePLus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro

This one plus has got some amazing things in its pocket. Be it processor, Camera or battery. This is followed by the OnePlus 8, a standard variant featuring almost the same advantages.

Pricing and release dates

On 14 April, OnePlus unveiled the OnePlus 8 sequence. These phones could be slightly out of budget due to its introduction to 5G. And you’d be able to purchase them SIM-free unlike the OnePlus 7 Pro 5 G, it was only a deal.

The OnePlus 8’s 8GB/128 GB edition would cost £699, whereas the 8 Pro’s of the same processor would be £100 cheaper at £799. There is also an 8 Pro package of 12GB/256 GB for £899.

Design

The OnePlus 8 series has a style close to that of the previous generation phones: the 7 T and 7 T Pro. Which is to add, it’s all front and back window, with all lines sloping around the bottom. However, there is a small disparity in size, with the Pro being marginally shorter and smaller, though being still bigger.

OnePlus has two main colors on the back: a shiny Onyx Black and a frosted black Glacial Blue. The frosted model also shows glare, but it is nowhere near as reflective as the black model, and therefore much better avoids fingerprints. Ultramarine Blue and Interstellar Glow may participate in this, based on location.

Like the latest flagship smartphone phenomenon, OnePlus has retained its symmetrical camera-housing. It’s a pill-shaped protrusion right in the middle, in the back of the handset’s top section. The only more noticeable shift of style is at the end, where OnePlus branded a hole-punch cutout into the top corner of the panel for the selfie app.

Another big change on the OnePlus 8 Pro is one that you can not see from the outside: waterproofing. OnePlus has also decided to receive its top approved smartphone certification and is now rated IP68 against water and dust resistance, in line with the versions of the iPhone 11 Pro and Samsung Galaxy S20 series. There’s no formal IP ranking for The OnePlus 8.

Display

OnePlus was quick to say is that the monitor on the OnePlus 8 Pro will actually be the greatest screen you see all year round, and we wouldn’t disagree with them based on our impressions of last year’s versions. By 2020, the company’s cranked things up a level.

It’s a 6.78-inch Fluid AMOLED screen that gently bends at the edges and includes a hole-punch camera in the corner. This is capable of up to 120Hz refresh speeds which imply a fixed frame rate of 120fps. This means that it would be a very smooth experience in terms of animation.

With a total brightness of 1300 nits it is one of the biggest mobile displays available, and with its 3168 x 1440 pixel resolution it is among the sharpest. Unlike Samsung’s S20 series, you can simultaneously have the maximum resolution and maximum refresh rates allowed.

Although most videos can’t be matched to 120Hz/120fps anywhere, OnePlus has developed a motion enhancement feature named MEMC that adds additional frames to improve 120Hz footage, similar to how some TVs do this. It’s on by default but you can turn it off in the Settings menu if you hate the effect.

In addition, OnePlus reported that its screen is also one of the most accurate color panels on any smartphone. And it will be giving a great watching experience all round.

The OnePlus 8 has a narrower monitor which requires a couple of drops on the hardware-it’s a peak rate of 90Hz so it’s a 2400 x 1080 image, but even a lower size.

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Performance and Hardware

As is always the case with OnePlus, the internal hardware in the OnePlus 8 series is perhaps the most powerful on any 2020 smartphone. This continues with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 chip, which standardly has 5 G built-in. This includes quick communication, and high download rates when there are 5 G networks.

In comparison, the 8 GB or 12 GB RAM is the current version of LPDDR5, rendering it approximately 30 percent quicker on existing OnePlus systems than the LPDDR4. It also has the easy UFS 3.0 storage for simple installation of software, file access, and data saving.

The sum of data you have is calculated by the RAM. Whether you have the 8 GB RAM variant with 128 GB storage, or you get the 12 GB RAM edition with 256 GB storage. The former is Onyx Black in the UK and the other is Glacier Blue, and you can tell them apart with ease.

In the OnePlus 8 Pro, there is a 4,510mAh battery (biggest yet by OnePlus) to hold all this electricity running for a full day. That’s going to make up for the extra resources the new monitor requires. The smaller phone is having all of the Pro’s capacity, with a smaller 4,300mAh battery.

This might be a big pack, but that does not mean that charging rates have decreased. OnePlus new wired Warp Charge 30 Twill get it in about 23 minutes from 0-50 percent. But this year, for the Pro, there is a new charging option: wireless.

Following years of convincing everyone it didn’t want to use wireless charging because it’s too sluggish, in its own way, OnePlus eventually embraced the concept. That’s even better than the wireless charging rates that Samsung, Apple, and Huawei currently deliver.

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Camera

The standard large, ultra-wide and telephoto zoom set, plus an uncommon photochromatic sensor, are included in the revolutionized camera.

The main camera consists of 48 megapixels and can shoot 4k videos easily. It also has an ultra-wide camera angel just like a Sony camera used to have. And-of course-a telephoto lens will bring you up to 3x optical zoom, and 30x video zoom.

That’s a bit of a curveball as to the fourth picture. It’s a light filter device called a Photochromatic device that does unique color stuff and gives you results that are not normally visible to anyone. You can film with it, and this is not only a substitute lens for additional data, but the 5-megapixel resolution is fairly low by most standards.

Despite a 48-megapixel camera, the OnePlus 8 follows a somewhat different path, but it’s an older model and has a new lens. This is supported by an ultra-wide 16-megapixel sensor and a 2-megapixel macro sensor. It is kind of a drawback.

Lastly, the button for selfies is on the edge. The one will take HD video and has a 16-megapixel camera on both versions and it is the same.

Software

This year there is no complete upgrade of the edition for Color Iso. Instead, we have Android 10 based version 10.5 and just a few additional apps to attach to the list.

It is built as always to be bloat-free, but also to be lightweight, flexible and efficient. That gives you a better dark mode with more options of background .

OnePlus has partnered up with Google in its collaboration and will provide Android One integrated into the app of the handset as well as providing a three-month free preview of the service to everyone who buys the product.

Comparing the two beasts

The two phones give close baseline knowledge at the surface level. They sport outstanding AMOLED screens, but the Pro model has a higher refresh rate of 120Hz versus 90Hz. Both look fantastic but the Pro is a tad faster scrolling through games, although the gap at these frame rates is becoming progressively noticeable.

There’s a quick 865 Qualcomm Snapdragon processor combined with 8 or 12 GB RAM as well as 128 or 256 GB storage for all versions. The OnePlus 8 Pro variant packs stronger LPDDR5 RAM but our tests do not display many discrepancies in output between the two as ever. When you’re playing games or just surfing the internet, the OnePlus 8 series offers top-notch efficiency.

The two handsets look close day by day. Performance junkies don’t need to think about losing out because they go for the Pro edition. Those are two of the best phones on the market and they can’t manage any device you can throw at them. Just as you decide to delve into certain functionality can we continue to see significant changes in the user interface?

Despite needing to turn to 60Hz mode, both handsets can quickly bring you to a full day of usage though. You can’t tell anything about a number of telephones with quick refresh screens on the market right now.

Conclusion

We have discussed one plus 8 and one plus 8 pro in detail. We studied its features in-depth and had some ideas about its specifications and release dates. One plus 8 and one plus 8 pro is a revolutionary smartphone with a lightning-fast processor. Your experience will be at the next level. We also had a brief comparison between the two.  We are assuming that like its previous versions, this model will also be the number one bestseller in the global market.

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