No more “Flagship Killer” and savings on hardware, OnePlus is now tackling the biggest names on the market head-on with its OnePlus 8 Pro, and this is reflected in its price with a device now offered at the basic price of € 899, a first for a brand telephone. This price increase comes to be justified by the new functionalities which the device embarks but even at this price, the OnePlus 8 Pro pays itself the luxury of being still a little bit cheaper than its various competitors which are Samsung, Apple, and Huawei.

– One of the best OLED panels to date
– The transition to 5G and the ultra-fluid 120 Hz display
– The advent of wireless and reverse wireless charging
– A price that is starting to be felt
– The fairly protruding photo module on the back
– Storage offer lower than OnePlus 7T Pro cheaper

The OnePlus 8 Pro in summary

Forget what you thought you knew about OnePlus, the brand is today more than ever premium. The latter wants to assert its newly acquired place at the table of the greats of this market and the vintage of this year is there to make it heard by the competition: we will now have to reckon with them.

Where the OnePlus 7 Pro and 7T Pro still made some concessions to be able to cut the grass under the feet of their competitors, the OnePlus 8 Pro no longer hides its intentions and comes to operate a real showdown with devices at prices one little higher than hers like the Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus, the iPhone 11 Pro and the Huawei P40 Pro.

OnePlus continues to attack its competitors where it hurts: the wallet, with prices always a little below what is practiced elsewhere. But we regret that this is now accompanied by their side a fairly sharp rise in the price of their own devices, suggesting that the time when the price-quality ratio took a central place in the development of products of the firm is now behind us. However, the result is there: the OnePlus 8 Pro is truly a high-end device in its own right.


Weight: 199 g
Dimensions: 165.3 x 74.35 x 8.5 mm
Screen size: 6.78 inches
Resolution: QHD +
Refresh rate: 120 Hz
Pixel density: 513 ppi
Processor: Snapdragon 865
RAM: 8 GB / 12 GB
Storage: 128 GB / 256 GB
Camera: 48 Mpx + 48 Mpx + 5 Mpx + 8 Mpx
Front camera: 16 Mpx
Battery: 4 510 mAh
Certification: IP68
Connectivity: dual Nano SIM drawer, USB type C port

The Shenzen company here gives us its best screen ever made, even claiming that it will be the best of the year for all smartphones combined … Nothing is less certain at the rate where things are going now, but what is on the other hand, it is that the formula with what to please: a screen of 6.78 inches with a refresh rate of 120 Hz, compatible HDR10 + and a resolution QHD +. Taken together, all these elements effectively place it among the best screens currently available on the market.

On the back of the device, we find a quadruple photo sensor offering a range of varied possibilities: an ultra-wide-angle, a zoom up to x30, a night mode as well as the new photochromic filter of the Chinese brand which has sparked some debates lately of the fact that we could see with through certain materials including certain clothes.

Although these sensors are a clear improvement compared to the previous generation, as far as the photo is concerned, they are still a few strides away from what Samsung, Huawei, or Google are currently doing, but they nevertheless remain very efficient. and will perfectly suit the majority of users.

In addition, OnePlus has decided this year to accede to a request that its fans have been formulating for a little while finally including a very requested function: wireless charging.

But beware, not just any, since this is an ultra-fast wireless recharge allowing you to go from 0 to 50% battery in just 30 minutes. Please note, however, this will only be permitted via a charging station that the brand sells separately. The OnePlus 8 Pro also has a larger battery to meet the increased energy demand of the device and can easily last you the day on the same charge according to our tests.

Add to that the power we know from OnePlus devices: a Snapdragon 865, the latest processor from Qualcomm coupled with 8 or 12 GB of RAM, the addition of 5G on the 8 Pro (as well as on the 8 as well) and you will understand that the brand is no longer willing to look pale on even just one of its specifications.

In summary, the OnePlus 8 Pro is today all that one can expect from a truly high-end smartphone in 2020 and is playing the card of the future by embarking on 5G.

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OnePlus 8 Pro release date and price

  • Price: € 899 (8 GB + 128 GB) | 999 € (12 GB + 256 GB)
  • The OnePlus 8 Pro is already available in France at various resellers as well as on the OnePlus brand website

The OnePlus 8 Pro was announced on April 14, 2020, and has been on sale in Europe and around the world since April 21, 2020.

This new model is to date the most expensive smartphone that the brand has launched. This fact is not so surprising because OnePlus has only followed year after year the increase in prices to keep pace with the market; however, it does mean that the brand loses some of its initial appeal in passing, which was seen as the “affordable” brand by consumers, which had been a resounding success at the time of the first OnePlus One and OnePlus 2. .

The OnePlus 8 Pro, therefore, starts this year at € 899 for the variant with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. It is 140 € more than the starting price of the OnePlus 7T Pro launched only a few months ago, and for this price, you will get here only half the storage of its predecessor (which had 256 GB of internal storage ). You will not have the choice of color either if you opt for this version since it is only offered in a simple black color. Positive point nonetheless: 5G connectivity is at the rendezvous and will allow this smartphone to last over time, even if we regret a little the absence of a 4G version that might have allowed the smartphone to arrive with a slightly less aggressive price.

There is a second variant of the device, which has 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage and it increases the price of the smartphone to the threshold of 999 €. It’s again € 140 more than the McLaren edition of OnePlus 7T Pro from last year, which already had this same configuration when it was launched.

Even if this price increase is alarming, it is still cheaper than its direct competitors namely: the Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus which was offered at its launch at a price of € 1009 for the version with 128 GB of storage, while the iPhone 11 Pro, it starts at € 1,159 in its standard version of 64 GB and goes to € 1,329 for the version with 256 GB of storage.

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OnePlus 8 Pro screen

  • A diagonal of 6.78 inches with a QHD + resolution of 1440 x 3168 pixels
  • 19.8: 9 aspect ratio with a pixel density of 513 pixels per inch
  • Fluid Display with 120 Hz refresh rate ideal for video and gaming appeal

If there is one thing the brand seems to be particularly proud of, it is the fluidity of its display. The arrival of a 120 Hz mode was therefore inevitable in order to be able to think of keeping this phone title at extraordinary speed, and the bet was successful.

It is right here to say that this screen is one of the best and most fluid that currently exists on a smartphone. One of its assets is also in the way in which this refresh rate is delivered. Indeed, the OnePlus 8 Pro is for the moment one of the only smartphones of big brands capable of delivering a refresh rate of 120 Hz while maintaining the resolution of the phone at its maximum, which are not for the instant ability to make other phones like the Samsung S20, which they need to get there to lower their display in Full HD + to preserve the power and autonomy of the device.

The refresh rate is becoming more and more a criterion in its own right to be taken into consideration for many smartphone manufacturers. This trend has only grown since the arrival of the first Razer Phone which came to institute it in 2017 with its LCD screen at 120 Hz, and since then, more and more manufacturers are starting to offer it. The advantages of this type of technology translate into a more fluid display of the interface of the phone but also by a better graphic fluidity in compatible games which thus offer a better final experience to the user. For example, OnePlus recently teamed up with Epic Games to have the first smartphones capable of running the famous Fortnite game at 90 fps before all others.

If we observe some high-end phones recently released such as the Huawei P40 Pro, the Pixel 4 XL, and the OnePlus 7T Pro, all bring 90 Hz screens.

The Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus and the other models in its range have a refresh rate of up to 120 Hz although it is set by default when the device is started at 60 Hz because activating this mode directly causes an increase in the energy consumption of the smartphone and eventually melt the battery faster.

The OnePlus 8 Pro takes full responsibility for the addition of this new mode and activates it by default in its machines even if, at first, it is only at Full HD + resolution. However, this will not prevent you from going to increase the resolution in QHD + in the device settings in order to take full advantage of it (this is also possible on the latest Find X2 Pro from the Oppo brand, logical when you know that the two firms share a common origin).

OnePlus 8 Pro

OnePlus claims to have done a lot of work on this phone in terms of optimization, this in order to be able to conserve the battery of the smartphone while continuing to offer a maximum resolution and refresh rate. And from what we have been able to test, it seems to have paid off. The battery loss in QHD + resolution at 120 Hz is slightly faster than with a lower resolution, but the difference seems quite minimal in terms of our use, gaming and video viewing included.

And it is not finished, the screen evaluation site DisplayMate gave the OnePlus 8 Pro an A + rating for its screen (ie the best rating), the smartphone offering a brightness peak of 1300 nits which allows a good visibility outdoors, and good accuracy in color calibration.

All this is supposed to mean that this screen does not really have a real defect, everything that can be viewed there will come out perfectly, from photos to websites to videos and games, the OnePlus 8 Pro will offer an excellent level of detail, as well as colors very close to reality and very good viewing angles.

In terms of video playback, two changes can be made in the settings: you can first activate the option “Bright Color Effect Pro” to improve the general appearance of your content but also the option “Graphical displacement attenuation” which is there to improve your viewing experience by increasing the refresh rate of what you are watching in order to improve the fluidity of the movement and thus obtain a better final rendering.

The “Bright Colors Pro” option will optimize the colors and contrast of what is displayed on the screen in order to provide more vivid images that will appeal to people who like to have content whose colors stand out more. . The option “Graphic attenuation of displacement” will increase the frame rate of the videos but this will only work for certain applications (in particular the photo gallery, YouTube, Netflix, and Prime Video) and that only when the video is displayed in full screen. Whether or not you like the result afterward will be a matter of personal taste, but the option remains.

Some will appreciate this ultra-smooth reading, and it is impressive to see what the technology is capable of as it works so well; for others, however, the movements may seem somewhat artificial and off-putting. We’ve watched several shows and movies with this option turned on, and in scenes where there is a lot of crowd movement, technology tends to want to do too much. Both of these settings are off by default, so if you’re not a fan of how they tailor your viewing experience, it’s best not to touch them.

A small problem we encountered with the screen of the OnePlus 8 Pro was that of “false positives”. While some phones have a “palm rejection” system that detects when your hand is placed on the side of the screen so that the phone does not try to interact with it, this is not the case with the OnePlus 8 Pro which will tend to make contact with the palm of your hand a few times for the desired typing attempt.

This doesn’t happen all the time of course but can get frustrating when you find yourself in a game and the phone confuses your palm or any part of your hand that is not the tip of your finger with an impulse. … and we are absolutely not trying here to justify our poor scores on certain games, even if all excuses are good.

OnePlus 8 Pro design

  • A premium finish that feels in the grip of the device
  • The first IP68 certified OnePlus smartphone, water, and dust resistant
  • A photo module that emerges from the chassis and that may take marks if used without a protective shell

The OnePlus 8 Pro looks like most other high-end smartphones of 2020: a large curved screen with two glass plates that sandwich a metal aluminum frame.

Our test model came to us in “Glacier Green” (green) alongside the “Ultramarine Blue” version (blue), it should be noted that this version has a frosted glass back on the back, always with Gorilla Glass 5 for resistance to falls, it is smooth, pleasant to the touch and it takes fewer fingerprints than the black model. This finish offers a better feeling in hand than the glass found on the back of the Galaxy S20 Plus or the iPhone 11 Pro, for example, it greatly improves the feeling when handling the phone but the grip on it is somewhat reduced and because of this the OnePlus 8 Pro can turn out to be a bit slippery.

Of course, this won’t be a problem if you decide to use the clear plastic protective cover that came with the phone (one of the other advantages when buying an OnePlus phone). This will slightly harm the premium aesthetics of the smartphone, as is the case for any protection of this kind, but you can nevertheless admire the green color of the smartphone, which is very attractive, and this will help protect this famous one to a minimum. an outgrowth that constitutes the photo module of any external threat. We recommend using it if you are the clumsy kind with your smartphone. It’s easy to point a finger at OnePlus for the size of its photo sensor but the fact is that all manufacturers have recently enlarged theirs,

With its new dimensions, the OnePlus 8 Pro is a large smartphone, what am I saying, a very large smartphone, and many users will find that it will often be necessary to use both hands to be able to use it with confidence. It is taller and wider than the Galaxy S20 Plus, the P40 Pro or the iPhone 11 Pro and has a larger screen than these but in terms of weight, it is in the middle with its 199 grams.

There is only one port on this OnePlus 8 Pro, and it is the USB-C port which will be used to charge the phone. There is no jack here, OnePlus has already abandoned it over a year and a half ago. The phone also has a dual SIM drawer and a stereo speaker, which can be attenuated if you put your hand on it while playing or watching videos in landscape mode.

The ignition/lock button on the phone is located on the top right of the edge. Pressing it twice will give you quick access to the camera while pressing it will activate the Google Assistant. Above is the famous alert button specific to OnePlus, which will allow you to quickly switch from one mode to another: silent, vibrating, or activated sound; always with this little texture that makes it easier to spot.

On the left side of the phone, we will find the volume keys, which for us are quite easy to reach when you hold the phone with one hand, but we think that for people with the smallest hands it may be difficult access it serenely this way without dropping the phone. It is therefore not a smartphone intended for people who want to be able to reach everything with one hand.

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One of the features that appeared on the 7 Pro and 7T Pro models, but which OnePlus has abandoned here, is the retractable camera, the OnePlus 8 Pro presenting this year instead a punched hole in the upper left corner of the ‘screen. This is the first time that OnePlus has adopted such a design for the front camera, the brand saying it has made this change to free up space inside the phone and at the same time reduce its weight.

This camera implanted in the screen measures only 3.8 mm in diameter, which means that it does not take up much space. Notifications are displayed comfortably alongside, and during daily use, we usually forget about its existence.

The OnePlus 8 Pro is also the first phone of the brand to officially bear the IP68 rating, which means that it will be officially protected against dust and water. While previous generations, they were only “resistant” to dust and water by proclamation of the brand itself, OnePlus had so far never provided real certification for its devices.

This certification will protect the device against dust and against submerging it under a meter of water for 30 minutes, which means that you should get away with it if your phone is accidentally immersed in your bathtub for example.

The OnePlus 8 Pro is available in three colors: “Glacier Green” (green), “Onyx Black” (black) and “Ultramarine Blue” (blue).

OnePlus 8 Pro camera

  • 4 rear sensors: an ultra-wide-angle of 48 Mpx (f / 2.2), a main lens of 48 Mpx also (f / 1.78), a telephoto lens of 8 Mpx (f / 2.44) and a lens with filters 5 MP color (f / 2.4)
  • The highest number of lenses ever seen on an OnePlus phone

The OnePlus 8 Pro is equipped with four rear cameras. This is the first time that the company has implemented such a design on one of its smartphones. OnePlus is now more than a serious camera standard, and it reveals, first of all, that there is not one, but two 48 MP Sony sensors on this unit.

When you turn on the camera on the 8 Pro, you will come across the 48 MP main sensor preview, the largest that OnePlus has ever used. This is a Sony IMX689 sensor with an aperture of f / 1.78, OIS (optical stabilization), and EIS (electronic image stabilization). It also allows recording of videos in 4K up to 60 fps.

Above this main sensor, there is another 48MP sensor, the Sony IMX586, an ultra wide angle with an aperture of f / 2.2 and a field of view of 119.7 degrees. This is not the widest lens that we have seen on a smartphone, but it will easily allow you to integrate a larger landscape in each of your shots.

At the bottom of the sensor stack is the new lens with 5 MP color filters, which has an aperture at f / 2.4 and which is apparently present for the sole purpose of integrating type filters. Instagram directly into the camera app.

Finally, the last sensor on the back of the OnePlus 8 Pro is on the left of the photo module. It is an 8 MP telephoto lens that allows a 3x optical zoom and a digital zoom up to 30x to be able to capture subjects that will be located at a certain distance with the least possible loss of quality.

We have recently seen some phones offer much higher zoom levels than this one such as Samsung with the “Space Zoom” at 100x of the Galaxy S20 Ultra, but OnePlus says that for its audience, a 30x zoom is for the ‘instant enough.

This configuration of sensors therefore seems to give the user many possibilities, but then how do they perform?

The sensors of the OnePlus 8 Pro represent a big improvement compared to those of the 7 Pro and 7T Pro. The OnePlus 8 Pro produces photos that are much more realistic in color compared to previous models.

This means that it does not have the saturated colors of its rivals in photos, like the Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus, which will tend to bring out its colors to make the images more visually appealing.

The default shooting mode when you open the application is that of the main lens of 48 MP, but the images are in fact set to be taken in 12 MP. There is a button at the top of the screen that will allow you to switch between 12 and 48 MP modes.

However, we advise you to keep the 12 MP mode most of the time, because it offers a better dynamic range, ideal when taking pictures of more colorful subjects. You will only really want to switch to 48MP mode when you are taking your photos in a well-lit outdoor environment.

The 48 Mpx images will contain much more detail, but their colors will not be as vivid as in 12 Mpx and the file size for each image will increase from 4-6 MB to 14-20 MB. With a minimum of 128 GB storage on the device, it’s not like you have to worry about the space it will take in your memory, but it’s worth keeping in mind, especially if you’re the type to back up your photos in the cloud or when posting these images on social networks for example.

This device is also not to be complained about in terms of functionality with, as mentioned above, the choice between a 3x, 10x and 30x zoom, a night mode for low-light shots and a photochromic filter which allows you to modify your images thanks to four effects easily accessible.

They’re not all that different from the filters you might find on Instagram, this addition to the photo app seemed somewhat redundant to us – but they’re there if you want to use them and don’t interfere with the experience in any way.

OnePlus 8 Pro battery life

  • A 4,150 mAh battery, the largest to date for an OnePlus phone and that will easily last the day
  • Larger capacity than competing phones like Samsung, Huawei and Apple
  • Ultra fast charging both wired and wireless with the Warp Charge 30T and Warp Charge 30 Wireless

The OnePlus 8 Pro is equipped with a 4,510 mAh battery, the largest ever integrated in a phone of the brand, it is at the level that you will find in the Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus, the Huawei P40 Pro and the iPhone 11 Pro.

So it’s no surprise that we find that the OnePlus 8 Pro can comfortably last an entire day on a single charge, with normal use including games, video playback, social media browsing, messages , video calls and photography.

We often ended the day with a two-digit number always displayed, but if you plan to watch a lot of videos, and moreover if you have activated the options previously mentioned for the video (the effect of bright colors pro and the displacement graphical attenuation), you will probably need a charger once evening has arrived.

To test the endurance of the smartphone, we played a 90-minute video in Full HD resolution, with the screen brightness set to the maximum and by being connected to Wi-Fi, the phone did not lose as a result. only 10% of its battery, whether in Full HD + or QHD + resolution.

Battery consumption seems to be faster when you activate the enhancement settings for video, so you’ll need to keep an eye on the battery life if you ever need to watch a movie with any of these settings. activated.

OnePlus has also improved its Warp Charge 30T charging system, to take you from 0 to 50% in 23 minutes by wire (if you use the charger supplied in the box), but there is also a novelty that we expected long overdue and finally arrived.

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Indeed, for the first time here, OnePlus has decided to include wireless charging in one of its devices. This technology, called Warp Charge 30 Wireless, will allow you to go from 0 to 50% in 30 minutes, but that, on the only condition that you use the Warp Charge 30 wireless charging station from OnePlus announced at the same time as the phone himself. If you come to use any other wireless charger, the charge drops instantly at a lower speed, limited to 5W.

This charging station represents an additional cost, however, since it is sold separately at a price of € 69.95. But the fact is, it works. We could see during our tests that the OnePlus 8 Pro was able to reach the 50% indicated in 30 minutes of charge, but it was not without noise.

There is a small fan built into the brand’s wireless charger to keep it at lower temperatures during the intense charging process, which produces fairly audible noise.

The wireless charger is loud enough to distract you if you have it on your desk while you work, but if you play music, even lightly, you won’t notice the sound.

This noise was a source of concern for us when we tested it on our nightstand, but luckily OnePlus thought of everything. The OnePlus 8 Pro automatically detects when it is dark and thereby reduces the speed of wireless charging. As the heat becomes less, the fan is no longer necessary and this allows you to benefit from a quiet and noise-free night.

Another feature that benefits the OnePlus 8 Pro is reverse wireless charging. We have already seen this technology on other high-end phones since last year, especially on those of Samsung and Huawei, but it is good to see this technology being adopted by another manufacturer.

It allows you to use your OnePlus 8 Pro as a wireless charger for other compatible devices, such as wireless headphones, or even a friend’s phone if you see that their friend no longer has a lot of battery .

It worked perfectly well when we wanted to charge our AirPods and Galaxy Buds on the back of the phone. The function is also rather simple to activate, all you have to do is scroll down the notification center and touch the “Reverse charge” button in the quick settings, then place the phone screen down and put your device on the back, just below the OnePlus logo.

The 8 Pro will however automatically deactivate this feature when its own battery reaches 15%, in order to prevent the phone from being completely drained.

OnePlus 8 Pro performance

  • The OnePlus 8 Pro carries with it a Snapdragon 865 processor, a 5G modem and 8 to 12 GB of RAM
  • A fast and fluid interface, signature of OnePlus, which can run any application or game as greedy as it is
  • It incorporates Dolby Atmos certified stereo speakers, and has the latest standards in effect with Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.1

The OnePlus 8 Pro is a very powerful phone, equipped with the latest processor from Qualcomm, the Snapdragon 865, and delivered with the X55 5G modem from the same company. This phone will allow you to reach theoretical speeds never seen on a smartphone … at least, when 5G will be made available in France, which should be the case in part of the country at the end of the year, if everything is fine.

It is coupled with 8 or 12 GB of LPPDDR5 RAM (depending on whether you choose the version with 128 or 256 GB of storage), which guarantees it can manage any task you offer, long gaming sessions on Fortnite or PUBG to the marathons of your favorite series.

LPDDR5 RAM is 30% faster than LPDDR4 RAM on board the OnePlus 7T and consumes 20% less energy, which makes it another welcome update for the OnePlus 8 Pro which should boost its performance even further. .

According to our tests on Geekbench, the OnePlus 8 Pro in 12 GB version of RAM records an average score of 3305, which places it comfortably above the OnePlus 7T Pro with its score of 2564 and even allows it to beat the Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus, which reached a score of 3,034.

All this means that the OnePlus 8 Pro is an extremely beefy device, and it should be the test of time in terms of power, as well as in terms of connectivity thanks to its 5G capabilities.

Editor’s note: we could not test the 5G capabilities of the OnePlus 8 Pro because we do not live in an area with access to the 5G network currently.

The phone’s dual SIM tray allows you to use two SIM cards simultaneously, although only one SIM card can access 5G at a time. However, while there is room for two SIM cards, OnePlus still doesn’t offer expandable storage, which means you’ll have to make do with the storage you have when you get the phone.

It also has a dark mode, for those of you who will appreciate this aesthetic, and it extends to all the applications preinstalled by OnePlus, which includes the phone, messages, camera, gallery, and files.

The 8 Pro will allow you to comfortably listen to music or watch a video at a high volume without too much distortion. However, by pairing the smartphone with a decent speaker or headset, you will get better audio quality.

Support for Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.1 is also present. So if you have a router or accessories that support these technologies, you can enjoy faster connection speeds and more energy-efficient Bluetooth.

Buy it if …

You want one of the best screens on the market
If you spend a lot of time playing or watching videos on your phone, the OnePlus 8 Pro should be at the top of your list. The 120 Hz QHD screen will make a real difference in your daily experience, with smoother movements in games and optimized video content for greater visual enjoyment.

Looking for a future-proof smartphone
With the latest specifications, more RAM than necessary and 5G connectivity, the OnePlus 8 Pro is designed to keep you at the forefront of performance for at least a few years. It shouldn’t suffer from slowdowns in the future, and as 5G networks continue to roll out in all countries (and that Wi-Fi 6 is gradually becoming the norm everywhere), you will be able in the future take full advantage of its connectivity potential.

Do not buy it if …

You need an affordable high-end phone
OnePlus has built its reputation by offering products that have nothing to be ashamed of in front of the biggest on the market, while always maintaining an affordable price. But each year, the price of its smartphones has increased following those of the competition, and if the OnePlus 8 Pro continues to compete today with the offers of the biggest brands, the difference with these is now much smaller than it was before. You will definitely get your money’s worth with this device for sure, but for those who, in the past, considered OnePlus as a more affordable option than the average, it seems that the ball has now been passed in the court of brands like Xiaomi, Oppo or Realme which continue to offer devices at more competitive prices.

You will not make any compromise on the camera of your future smartphone
Make no mistake, the camera of the OnePlus 8 Pro is very good, and constitutes a great improvement compared to that which equipped the 7T Pro last year. However, it is not the best on the market. Samsung always makes better cameras in many ways, the Huawei P40 Pro has an excellent zoom and a very good night mode, while the Pixel 4 can do a lot with only 2 sensors.


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