Bad performance... display is very bad and touch response
It just amazing I can't compare this phone with any phones
First of All, OnePlus phones are now Made In India totally from the OnePlus 8 series. Even Apple phones are Made in China, but not OnePlus Now. Now coming to the Phone, The OnePlus 8 sets the bar high for affordable flagships in 2020. While its design refinements borrow elements from other flagships, it's an undeniably sleek phone, with waterfall display edges and a punch-hole for the front-facing camera. With a Snapdragon 865 and up to 12GB of RAM, the phone is high-performance despite costing notably less than most flagships, making it the cheapest "5G" phone in many markets. As for how the OnePlus 8 measures up to devices beyond those made by OnePlus itself, there's a compelling case to be made for this flagship phone. The OnePlus 8 performs as well as any leading Android device and even makes the iPhone 11 sweat a little. You'll get very good battery life — at least when the phone's faster refresh rate isn't taxing the battery. The display itself is the same size as the OnePlus 7T's, measuring 6.55 inches. It's an AMOLED panel, with a full-HD+ resolution, HDR10+ compatibility, and a refresh rate of 90Hz. OnePlus also brags about the panel's high colour accuracy. From what i have seen so far, the display is definitely bright, with good sunlight legibility and punchy colours. You also get lots of options in the Settings app to tweak the colours to your liking. For a phone with such a big screen, the OnePlus 8 doesn't take up that much space, at least when it comes to width. At 6.3 x 2.9 x 0.31 inches, OnePlus' phone is taller than the iPhone 11 5.94 x 2.98 x 0.33 inches and Galaxy S20 5.9 x 3 x 0.31 inches, though not as wide. With 8mm of thickness, the OnePlus 8 is also fractionally thinner than Apple's iPhone 11, so you'll have minimal trouble slipping the OnePlus device into a pocket. At 6.3 ounces, it's lighter than the iPhone 11, too, though not as light as the 5.7-ounce S20. The OnePlus 8 comes with a 4,300-mAh battery — bigger than the 3,800-mAh power pack in the OnePlus 7T though not as large as the 4,510 mAh battery you'll get by paying up for the OnePlus 8 Pro. That shouldn't matter too much, as the OnePlus 8 delivers superlative battery life. A bigger tradeoff that OnePlus 8 owners have to make, at least compared to the OnePlus 8 Pro, concerns the cameras. While the Pro model features four lenses, the OnePlus 8 sports only three — and one of those isn’t a telephoto lens. Instead, the 48-megapixel main shooter with its f175 aperture and 16MP ultra wide camera are joined by a 2MP macro lens. That's great, in theory, for taking detailed objects, but if you want to zoom in, you're at the mercy of a digital zoom that can add noise to your shots. But yes, its getting betterand better with every other updates OnePlud is launching like every week. Overall, would i recommend this phone? Obviously Yes, its a steal deal for the price! Plus you get the best android experience! I would say even better than iOS
It's fantastic phone. Performance is excellent. Curved screen is just a gimmick. Not recommended for small hands as the device is very tall. Fingerprint sensor is good too. Rear cameras are good except the macro and front camera is decent. 910
Great Performance, fingerprint is quite fast and great batter life.
i received oneplus 8 yesterday in amazon camera was excellent but i cant do the aspect ratio is not working full its working only 4:3 aspect ratio and back camera 48 also aspect ratio is4:3 ..full ratio not working
Pros: Good battery life, screen resolution, responsive fingerprint scanner, Cons: WiFi connectivity issues, slow apps loading, Alexa is poor to respond, Google assistant does not function properly
I have got defective mobile, phone has hanging problem, touch is not at all good and I am facing voice problem also
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