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  1. The OnePlus 9 Pro is expected to launch earlier than its usual time next year which means we’re already starting to see leaks of the phone surface online. A new leak via @OnLeaks shows off what the upcoming phone can look like based on CAD renders. Along with the design of the phone, details about its camera and other specifications have also leaked which are both good and bad news. © Twitter_OnLeaks This time around, the OnePlus 9 Pro is expected to have a camera module similar to the OnePlus 8T. Instead of being centered, the camera module will be mounted on the left side. The camera module is expected to have four lenses according to leaks and will have metal rings around the two primary lenses. According to @OneLeaks, the phone is expected to have a 6.7-inch curved display panel and the back of the phone will be made of glass on top of a metal frame. The phone will have the OnePlus staple design ethos i.e. a power button, volume rocker and an alert slider. © Twitter_OnLeaks It’s worth pointing out that the design is based on a CAD render and could change before launch as the design has not been finalised yet. Having said that, OnLeaks added that while the vast majority of the design is set in stone,“ there’s still a good chance small changes could be made before the launch of the phone. 91Mobiles also detailed what the phone’s camera module might entail. OnePlus is expected to use a 48MP primary camera that will have a focal length of 6mm. The second primary lens is expected to be a 48MP ultra-wide sensor and a third sensor that has not been identified yet. © Twitter_OnLeaks Previous leaks from Geekbench’s website also hinted that the OnePlus 9 series will be powered by Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 875 chipset. The results were quite impressive from what we’ve seen so far, however it could be different at launch provided all the optimisations OnePlus might do before and after the launch of the phone. We will know more about the OnePlus 9 series closer to the launch when updated leaks will start to appear. Having said that, we advise taking this piece of information with a pinch of salt as it has not been confirmed by OnePlus yet. Source: @OnLeaks, 91Mobiles View the full article
  2. POCO managed to shake the market with its first offering, the POCO F1, after which it went on hiatus. The company did bounce back with a couple of phones in 2020 and is looking to keep the momentum going with a new device. We're looking at leaked renders of the POCO M3 that expected to land in Europe on November 24. POCO hasn't revealed anything about this phone yet, but we do have our very first look at the phone and some specs. Before we discuss the phone's specs, here's a quick look at the leaked render - © 91Mobiles As you can see, the phone has a very different design from what we've seen with their other offerings. In fact, the POCO M3 looks very similar to the recently released OnePlus 8T Cyberpunk edition phone. Here, check it out - © OnePlus Of course, there are some differences between the two but there's no denying that it looks, well, quite "inspired". The camera module, as you can see, stretches across the width of the phone horizontally. There's POCO branding there, which looks very modern. The render also shows the phone in some bright colors and we're really excited to check them out in person. Although it looks like the design was inspired by OnePlus 8T Cyberpunk edition, we do like what we see here. On the front, there's a waterdrop notch to house the selfie camera and at the back, there's a triple camera system. As for the specs, the phone is expected to sport a 6.53-inch FHD+ Dot Drop display and it's said to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 SoC. Sadly, that's all we know about the specs for now, but we'll have more to talk about once it goes official in Europe. Source: 91Mobiles View the full article
  3. OnePlus is already working on its next smartphone and we’re already seeing the phone appear on benchmark test runs even before it launches next year. The OnePlus 9 Pro appeared on Geekbench’s website earlier this week, however this time around the non-Pro variant also showed up on the benchmark website. © MensXP The smartphone has been given the codename ‘LE2113” and it confirms a few details of the upcoming smartphone. For starters, it shows the OnePlus 9 will be powered by Qualcomm’s next generation of its flagship chipset i.e. the Snapdragon 875. The phone tested in this particular case has 8GB of RAM and runs Android 11. From the result, we can see the apparent OnePlus 9 scored 1,115 (single-core) and 3,483 (multi-core) on Geekbench 5. If we take these scores at face value, it shows the smartphone’s chipset is quite powerful and faster than the current Snapdragon 865 chipset. However, it is unclear whether the smartphone was running stock Android 11 or was using OnePlus’ OxygenOS 11 Skin on top. © 91Mobiles Every OEM’s Android Skin does have a significant impact on a smartphone’s performance depending on how much bloatware is present and how much optimisation has been done. For now, we suggest taking this Geekbench score with a pinch of salt as no further details are currently available. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla Rumours suggest that the OnePlus 9 Series will launch next year albeit sooner than its usual launch cycle. This time around, OnePlus may launch the new lineup of smartphones in March 2021 instead of their usual time due to several reasons. OnePlus is not the only company looking to launch new smartphones sooner as even Samsung is preparing to launch the Galaxy S21 or S30 in January 2021, one month earlier than their usual launch cycle time frame. Source: Geekbench View the full article
  4. There's a lot happening around CD Projekt Red's Cyberpunk 2077. It's all over the news right now because the devs just announced a delay, pushing the game's release to December 10. While all that is happening, OnePlus just decided to launch a new variant of the OnePlus 8T that is inspired by the game. Yes, we're looking at the OnePlus 8T Cyberpunk 2077 Edition. Here, check it out - © OnePlus Looks badass, right? We're looking at a completely new design of the OnePlus 8T from the back. The camera module has been extended horizontally to cover the body and you can see the '2077' branding there. The back of the phone also has three different textures with Cyberpunk engraving towards the bottom. As is the case with most limited edition phones, the OnePlus 8T Cyberpunk Edition also ships with a software theme. You get a live wallpaper too which uses the spiritual symbol in the game. The fingerprint unlock animation is also inspired by the game and it looks like the artificial eye scan in Cyberpunk 2077. Even the charging animation shows a sick hacking animation. The phone also ships with custom sound effects, and two custom filters to be used while taking pictures or recording videos. As seen in the images, the phone also ships with a custom case. And in addition to that, the box includes a manual that doubles as a poster and six limited edition badges. © OnePlus Pricing & AvailabilityBesides the visual flair, nothing's new in this limited edition phone. It's basically the same as the vanilla OnePlus 8T in terms of the internals. In case you're wondering, the OnePlus 8T Cyberpunk 2077 edition comes in 12GB + 256GB version and is priced at 3,999 yuan which roughly translates to around Rs 44,000. You'll be able to order one today and get it shipped from China once it goes on sale on November 11. We're not entirely sure if it's coming to the other markets, but we suggest you stay tuned for more info. View the full article
  5. It hasn’t even been a week but we’re already hearing about the OnePlus 9 and when it is expected to launch next year. Usually, OnePlus reserves the months April-May for the launch of their flagship smartphones, however it seems like this time around the company may move their plans ahead. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla Smartphone cycles don’t seem to stop and that was evident even during the COVID-19 pandemic amidst limited production and output from factories. However, that did not stop companies from launching their latest products including the recently announced iPhone 12. Now, a report from Android Central claims that an insider source tells them that the OnePlus 9 is expected to launch a month earlier than the company’s usual launch cycle. The OnePlus 9 is being planned for a March launch in 2021 according to Android Central’s report which is a month before OnePlus' usual launch date for their phones. OnePlus is not the only company looking to move up their launch schedule as last week reports suggested even Samsung is moving up its launch schedule for the next ‘Galaxy S’ smartphone. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla There’s no additional information about the OnePlus 9 as of now however we can make an educated guess about the upcoming phone. Much like every other OnePlus device, we can expect the OnePlus 9 to be powered by Qualcomm’s latest flagship chipset which could be the Snapdragon 875. The OnePlus 9 will also use the company’s new 65W Warp Charge feature since it has now launched on the OnePlus 8T and it will be a standard feature for future OnePlus smartphones. Similarly, the OnePlus 8T also comes with a 120Hz display just like the OnePlus 8 Pro and there’s no reason why it wouldn’t make a return on the OnePlus 9. There could be a chance that the smartphone may even come with a 144Hz display on the Pro model since we’ve already seen OnePlus’ competition i.e. ASUS and Xiaomi roll out smartphones with 144Hz refresh rate displays. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla It would be prudent to point out that most of the information above is still very early to be accurate and should be taken with a pinch of salt. In terms of specifications, we’ve speculated based on OnePlus’ past launch trends and weighed in what the competition is offering in order for the company to keep up with the industry. Source: Android Central View the full article
  6. It seems like OnePlus is going all-in when it comes to marketing their products as we’ve seen before with the company using Robert Downer Jr. as the face of the company. However, there is yet another marketing partner that has gotten me way more interested than any other partnership OnePlus has come up with. OnePlus had previously partnered with Star Wars, Marvel’s Avengers, and McLaren, however a new partnership has got me more excited than any other in recent years. © Weibo OnePlus 8T just launched in India and other parts of the world but there is a special edition of the phone that we did not get to see. OnePlus has partnered with one of the most anticipated games of this decade i.e. Cyberpunk 2077 and came out with a special edition device that is currently exclusive to China. We haven’t seen the phone in much detail yet, however OnePlus did post a teaser for the upcoming Cyberpunk 2077 special edition phone. The preview shows off the new Warp Charge 65 tech, moves on the camera system and then the phone receiving a call. OnePlus did not show off the back of the phone or any of the accessories for this special edition device as it was shown off in a preview. However, the teaser does show the phone will have a yellow accent colour and a special case. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla If we can take cues from other Cyberpunk 2077 products such as the Xbox One X and the RTSX 2080ti, there is a good chance the phone may follow the same design ethos. It is expected to have a yellow back with black accents and the Cyberpunk 2077 logo. We could also see a futuristic case from the company and probably a charger with a yellow cable if they follows through. © Microsoft Nevertheless, we want this phone. However, it is not expected to launch until November. In fact, the phone will be available for pre-order right before the launch of the game on November 4. Would you like to get your hands on the Cyberpunk 2077 Special Edition of OnePlus 8T? Let us know in the comments if you are interested and it may just convince the company to launch the phone in India as well. Cyberpunk 2077 is Cd Projekt Red’s upcoming first-person RPG based on the popular books written by Mike Pondsmith. The game has been anticipated to release for over a decade and is easily the biggest release of 2020. View the full article
  7. It hasn't even been full six months since the OnePlus 8 launched in India and the company has already come out with a new phone today. The OnePlus 8T was announced moments ago and we've been using the phone for about 10 days to see whether this new phone was even required to launch in such short notice. While OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro are still available to purchase as we speak, there isn't an 8T Pro model this year. This means the OnePlus 8T comes with some incremental upgrades, a familiar design and many features missing which you can find on the OnePlus 8 Pro. Usually, the “T” nomenclature of OnePlus phones come with the latest Qualcomm flagship chipset, however this is not the case with the 8T. The phone is powered by the same Snapdragon 865 chipset and not the plus variant of the SoC like the company did with the 7T last year. While it may not seem a big upgrade from the previous phones, the 8T is meant for users who've been using older phones like the OnePlus 7 or even older Android phones. Here's what we think about the OnePlus 8T at launch. Design and Display The OnePlus 8T resembles the OP8 quite a bit apart from one noticeable difference. At the back, the camera module has now been moved to the top left corner similar to Samsung Galaxy phones. However, it does not have a massive bump here. There is a very slight overhang, however it does not offset the phone when kept on a flat surface. The camera module houses four camera sensors which we will talk about in detail in the camera section of the review. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla Additionally, the phone has a set of two logos at the back of the phone which we still don't understand why. There's the official OnePlus logo at the centre and another one at the bottom centre which spells the brand name on bold letters. We didn't like these logos on the previous phones and the case remains the same here with the OnePlus 8T. From the front, you will not notice much difference compared to the OP8 and OP8 Pro phones as it features the same punch-holder display. However, it does have a flatter design rather than being curved which we prefer more over the OnePlus 8 series smartphones. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla The display is also the same size as the OnePlus 8, measuring at 6.5-inches and has a refresh rate of 120Hz. The phone does push the frames for better scrolling and gaming experiences however we would like to have seen OnePlus make some improvements in this department. While the 120Hz refresh rate display feels great to use, it affects the battery life. OnePlus should have by now implemented some form of dynamic refresh rates like the iPad Pro and the new Samsung Galaxy flagship smartphones. Not only does it help in saving battery life, but also puts less pressure on the GPU which results in longer life for the SoC. Having said that, we do have to talk about a problem we faced during our review period. Our review unit has a slight green tint problem which is quite common in AMOLED displays. The green tint was viewable in every menu, app, and video applications which meant it hindered our experience quite a bit. We can't talk much about the display since our review unit's display is faulty, however, we did reach out to OnePlus and here's what they had to say: “Under certain low-light settings, users may notice a slight discolouration around the edges of the display. This is likely a result of the circuit design and light-emitting characteristics of the AMOLED display and will not affect the daily use and durability of the screen. OnePlus has calibrated the display extensively and is committed to always provide a better user experience. Using software we did our best to address the issue.” © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla At the time of this review, no OTA update hasn't been rolled out yet that fixes the display issue at launch. We can expect OnePlus to calibrate the display before it goes on sale. However, for some reason, we suspect this has more to do with the hardware than software calibration. We could be wrong though as one can only be sure once an update is issued by OnePlus and we get to test it for ourselves. As for other assessments about the display, we can't give an opinion at the moment and will update this review if a fix is rolled out soon. Cameras © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla The OnePlus 8T comes with a quad-lens setup consisting of a 48-megapixel Sony IMX586 wide main camera, a 16MP ultra-wide camera, a 5MP macro lens and a 2MP monochrome sensor. Speaking from experience with the OnePlus 8, since it has the same setup, you will probably only use the main and ultra-wide sensor more. The macro lens doesn't work at all times and when it does, it doesn't capture all the right details. The monochrome sensor is just another filter lens you can use for your images, however nothing is stopping you from doing that in post with third-party applications either. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla As far as the picture quality is concerned, it still has the same old problem as every OnePlus device that has launched prior. Some images have a blur effect going on and some images tend to be very dull. The camera also ignores a lot of the bright colours and the saturation levels don't match up with the asking price of the phone. There are times the camera algorithm boosts the saturation to levels that aren't worthy of being shared on social media. There's something seriously wrong with the way the camera works on the OnePlus 8T as you will always have hits or misses. If you just like to point and shoot like 90% of smartphone users out there, you will be disappointed. Portrait images look sub-par with very little accuracy around the edges and it doesn't work with objects. While there have been some improvements in OnePlus' night mode, it's still not at par with phones that cost less. You will be able to capture better night mode images with budget phones by Xiaomi or Realme than what the OnePlus 8T is capable of. If you are interested in looking at some of the camera samples, check out our gallery below: Performance and Battery Much like every other OnePlus phone, the OP 8T is impressive in the performance department. While it is powered by the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset, it still delivers a flagship-level performance in games. Our review unit came with 12GB of Ram and 256GB internal storage. The 12GB RAM certainly played a crucial role in delivering a smooth and stable experience. It ran games and did everything at the highest setting possible with no frame rate drops whatsoever. In our Geekbench 5 test, the OnePlus 8T scored 883 in the Single-Core test and 3167 in the multi-core test. Oddly enough, the OnePlus 8T's benchmark scores are lower than the OnePlus 8 for the time being and that's probably because the phone runs on Android 11 and lacks the optimisations at launch. Nevertheless, the benchmark scores are still quite impressive and are at par with the iPhone 11 series. In our GPU test, the OnePlus 8T scored 1228 in the GFX Bench Aztec Ruins Vulkan test which is also less than the OnePlus 8. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla Having said that, in real-world usage, the phone is capable of handling some of the most graphic-intensive games with ease. We played quite a bit of Genshin Impact, an RPG that has very high draw distances and highly detailed character models. We played the game in the highest settings for mobile platforms possible and it ran consistently on 60 frames per second apart from when we faced huge bosses. There was a slight dip in the frame rates when there were too many enemies and elements on the screen which was expected as it also happens on Apple's iPad Pro. When it comes to the battery, the second significant upgrade is probably the new 65W Warp Charge speeds. The phone's 4,500 mAh battery can be fully charged in about 40 minutes, however it only works with the new charger in the box. Previous chargers will not be able to deliver the same charging speed and instead charge at 30W. The supplied charger in the box is also a 'Power Delivery' charger which can be used to charge compatible devices like laptops, other PD phones, the Nintendo Switch and various other devices up to 45W. This means if you are looking for a capable PD charger, OnePlus' charger can be used with multiple devices making it easier to travel with less charging bricks. If you plan to use your PD charger with the OnePlus 8T, it will charge at 27W as well. Software Probably our favourite part of every OnePlus device is its Android skin. The OnePlus 8T comes with Oxygen OS 11 based on Android 11 out of the box. It has taken a lot of design cues from Samsung's OneUI which may not be your cup of tea. However, the core OnePlus experience stays intact here while also bringing more intuitive design changes. There are also new animations and a new Always-on display feature that fans have been asking for a while. You can personalise the content in the AOD settings to your liking by picking your preferred clock faces, battery status, screensavers and personal messages. You can even use your Bitmoji avatar in the AOD settings, however this feature is exclusive to OxygenOS 11 right now. There's also now more emphasis on one-hand touch controls similar to what you may have previously seen on Samsung OneUI devices. If you have to do a lot of paperwork and need to send scans of your documents, you can now capture an image of the document from the camera app and straighten the image from the Gallery. Besides, it sharpens the text, automatically detects the edges and makes it worthy of being sent as a scanned document. Other new additions include a new speech-to-text feature where it captions everything you are recording within the application. If you are a blogger, journalist, or a video content creator, this is a very handy feature to have for transcribing the text or creating captions for your video. © MensXP_Akshay Bhalla Zen mode has also been expanded where you can use the digital wellbeing feature with other users. The new mode is called the “group Zen Mode” where you and your friends can use the feature together on individual devices and focus more on your conversation at hand. There are five themes in the new mode, namely Ocean, Space, Grassland, Sunrise, and Meditation. The Final Say The OnePlus 8T retails in India for Rs 42,999 (8GB+ 128GB) and Rs 45,999 (12GB+ 256GB) which is not a bad price when considering the hardware inside. However, it does make it hard to recommend this phone especially since the OnePlus 8 will be cheaper and is almost identical to this phone. OnePlus 8 has already received the Oxygen OS 11 update and from our experience, even performs better than the OnePlus 8T. Having said that, if you are using a smartphone from 2018 or earlier, the OnePus 8T is a great upgrade to consider, thanks to the 120Hz display and the new battery charging tech. If you are slightly strapped for cash, you can always consider OnePlus 8 as it too is a great phone even right now. View the full article
  8. OnePlus is back at it again with a 'T-series' upgrade and this time it's the OnePlus 8T 5G. Unlike last year, we're only getting one phone. OnePlus said it didn't have enough upgrades to make to the OnePlus 8 Pro and bring an 8T Pro version. So let's get on with the OnePlus 8T and see what it brings to the table. The OnePlus 8T sports a 6.55-inch 120Hz Fluid AMOLED display on the front with a punch-hole cutout for the camera. It's a sharp panel with a resolution of 2400 x 1080 pixels. It's covered with a Corning Gorilla Glass for durability. © Akshay Bhalla/MensXP The Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor is at the heart of this phone and it backed by up to 12GB LPDDR4X memory to keep the performance smooth. You also get up to 256GB UFS 3.1 storage inside, which is rated to give incredible read/write speeds. The OnePlus 8T also packs the Snapdragon X55 5G modem and Adreno 650 GPU for handling the graphics. In terms of the optics, you get a quad-camera setup at the back which includes a 48MP IMX586 sensor with OIS and EIS. There's also a 16MP ultrawide angle camera with an f/2.2 aperture. You also get a 5MP macro lens with a 3cm focal length along with a 2MP monochrome lens. On the front, the phone sports a 16MP sensor for selfies. © Akshay Bhalla/MensXP The OnePlus 8T packs a huge 4,500 mAh battery inside to keep the internals running. The highlight of the phone this time has got to be the Warp Charge 65 Fast Charging that's capable of charging the phone real quick. We have more to talk about it in our full review, so stay tuned for that. Pricing & AvailabilityThe OnePlus 8T 5G has been launched in India for a starting price of Rs 42,999 for the base variant which comes with 8GB RAM and 128GB internal storage. You can choose to get the 12GB+256GB variant for Rs 45,999. The phone will be available to purchase starting October 16 from Amazon, OnePlus' official website, and their retail stores. It'll be available in Aquamarine Green and Lunar Silver color variants. View the full article
  9. It’s time for the second OnePlus launch this year as the company is gearing up to launch the OnePlus 8T later this month. While many of its features have been confirmed by the company previously, there are still quite a few rumours out there about the phone. The phone is expected to be a direct competitor to the Galaxy S20 FE as there won’t be an 8T Pro model this year. The OnePlus 8 Pro is already the flagship phone that OnePlus needed to launch this year and it wouldn’t really make sense to launch another flagship-level device this year. Design © GSMArena Youtube The OnePlus 8T is expected to have a design inspired by the OnePlus 8 Series and leaked renders suggest it will have a flat design and a punch-hole camera at the top left corner of the display. The back of the phone is also expected to have a larger camera module that looks very similar to the design we’ve seen on the Samsung Galaxy S20 Fan Edition. OnePlus has already given a sneak peek of the phone via a video before the phone launches next week. In terms of features, the OnePlus 8T is expected to come with Oxygen OS 11 out of the box based on Android 11. While we can expect the same smooth performance from the operating system, the community is not a big fan of the design changes. Many of the UI designs have been lifted from One UI which wasn’t really required. Having said that, meaningful updates such as an Always-On-Display will be a part of the update too. There will be other additions such as one-handed reachability changes and UI overhaul. The phone is also expected to have an in-display fingerprint sensor and we are excited to see if any improvements have been made in that department as well. Specification RumoursThe OnePlus 8T is expected to have flagship-level components under the hood but none of them have been confirmed yet. The smartphone is expected to be powered by Qualcomm’s flagship chipset, however it is still unclear whether it will be the 865 or the 865+ SoC. There is a good chance that the OnePlus 8T may not have the slightly overclocked chipset due to pandemic and cost-saving measures. © LetsGoDigital While the chipset might still be a mystery, plenty of other rumours have already been confirmed for the OnePlus 8T. For starters, OnePlus has confirmed the 8T will have a 120Hz refresh rate display, at least 8GB of RAM, and 65W charging. The OnePlus 8T will also come with a power delivery charger where it can charge other devices using the PD protocol with 45W. The phone will also have a 4,500 mAh battery that supports OnePlus’ Warp Charge. Camera © OnePlus The OnePlus 8T is expected to have an 8-megapixel sensor with OIS, a 16-megapixel ultra-wide-angle sensor, a 5-megapixel macro sensor, and 2-megapixel monochrome sensor. The punch-hole camera is expected to be a 16-MP sensor. As for camera features, we expect the same usual capabilities such as Nightscape, PDAF, OIS< 4K 60 FPS video recording amongst others. It would be interesting to see what new camera features OnePlus plans to introduce with OxygenOS 11 which we should get to know more about closer to the launch date. Release Date The OnePlus 8T will be announced on October 14th via a live event and we expect it to go on sale right after. There are at least two colours expected according to leaks i.e. Aquamarine Green and Lunar Silver according to leaker Ishan Agarwal on Twitter. Agarwal also mentioned the phone is expected to launch at €599 for the 8GB RAM model. The phone is also expected to have a 12GB RAM and 256GB storage variant according to the same leak. View the full article
  10. There's been a lot of leaks about the OnePlus 8T and we pretty much know everything about the phone. A new leak surfaced yesterday that showed what the camera module of the phone looks like. Just minutes after that leak surfaced, the company decided to cut the drama and show us what the phone looks like. In a new video, the company showcased the phone's back design. Here, check it out. As you can see, OnePlus has decided to move the camera module from the center to the left corner. It looks more like the OnePlus Nord that launched earlier this year. In fact, it also looks very similar to the Oppo A52 that came out not too long ago. We also love the slick new green colour of the phone which is called 'Ultramarine Green'. A lot of manufacturers have started releasing phones in this new colour and we're all in for it. In fact, even Apple is expected to launch an iPhone in some shade of green on October 13. Coming back to the OnePlus 8T, the phone will be fully unveiled on October 14. The device is confirmed to feature a high refresh rate panel with support for up to 120Hz. It's also going to support 65W charging, which is great. © OnePlus Besides this, you can expect the phone to be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 865+ chipset and come with at least 8GB of RAM. This will also be a 5G supported phone, for those of you who are wondering. We'll have more to talk about the phone once it goes official, so stay tuned. View the full article
  11. The OnePlus 8T launch is right around the corner, but that doesn’t mean we won’t be getting any leaks before it actually launches. We already know quite a bit about the upcoming smartphone, however one particular feature remained a mystery until now. The OnePlus 8T is the company’s mid-year cycle refresh that usually comes with incremental upgrades. Now that OnePlus has confirmed there will be no 8T Pro model this year, all eyes are on the OnePlus 8T. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla A leak surfaced online via Twitter user and leaker Sudhanshu who tweeted a Geekbench 4 test result. While we review our phones on the newer Geekbench 5 scale, we can still run the older software to determine comparisons. According to the leak, the phone’s model number is expected to be “OnePlus KB2000” and the results look quite impressive. The leak shows the phone has a single-core score of 3,843 and a multi-core score of 11,714 which is in fact a downgrade over the OnePlus 8. We ran a similar test on the OnePlus 8 and the test yielded a 4,235 in the single-core test and achieved a multi-core score of 13,273. In comparison, the leaked results show the phone scored less than the OnePlus 8 in both tests. OnePlus 8T (KB2000) spotted on Geekbench 4 -Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor -12GB RAM -Android 11 OS#OnePlus8T #OnePlus8T5G pic.twitter.com/38NI1iiY0L — Sudhanshu (@Sudhanshu1414) September 29, 2020 The reason why the tests yielded results lower than the OnePlus 8 could be because the phone will not be using the Snapdragon 865 plus chipset. Last year, the 7T/7T Pro did use the Snapdragon 855 Plus chipset, however it seems like due to the pandemic OnePlus is looking to cut costs this year and just offer a slight design change instead of any significant upgrade when it comes to the specifications. OnePlus has already confirmed other features that will be there on the OnePlus 8T such as a 120Hz refresh-rate display alongside 65W fast-charging that will use a dual-battery system. Having said that, the OnPlus 8T won’t be offering wireless charging as it will remain exclusive to the OnePlus 8 Pro. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla While the leak may show something, we do recommend taking this piece of information with a pinch of salt. The Geekbench 4 listing could be of a model with a lower RAM configuration or could be false altogether. We’ve also seen new OnePlus phones lacking optimisation at launch and this test may just be a test to see the performance levels on the upcoming phone. Having said that, the phone will launch on October 17th and it shouldn’t be long before we know how the phone actually performs in real-life testing. Source: Sudhanshu View the full article
  12. The OnePlus 8T is now confirmed to get 65W fast charging for the first time on any OnePlus phone. Previously, OnePlus phones could only support up to 30W fast-charging, however, given how OPPO has made advancements with their SuperVooc fast-charging tech, OnePlus was bound to get the same support. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla It will be called Warp Charge 65 and it will fully charge the phone in under an hour, 39 minutes to be precise. However, 15 minutes of Warp Charging will yield 58% of battery charge which is quite impressive, since the phone will have a 4,500 mAh battery. Here’s what OnePlus said: “OnePlus announced today that its fastest charging solution ever, Warp Charge 65, will debut on the upcoming OnePlus 8T flagship smartphone. More than doubling the charging speed of its predecessor, Warp Charge 65 is capable of charging the OnePlus 8T’s 4500mAh battery fully in 39 minutes, and almost 58% in just 15 minutes.” © OnePlus In order to protect the battery, the OnePlus 8T will be using two battery cells within the phone which will charge at 30W simultaneously. This will keep the phone cooler and not affect the life of each battery. OnePlus will also be adding a new heat dissipations system that will protect the two cells. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla That’s not all, the OnePlus 8T will also work with third-party PD chargers albeit it will charger at a slower speed. In an interview with PCMag, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau revealed that the OnePlus 8T will charge at 27W with USB-C PD chargers and won’t include wireless charging. It seems like the OnePlus 8T Pro will have a wireless charger similar to the OnePlus 8 Pro and will probably also charge at 30W with the OnePlus wireless charger. That’s all we know about the OnePlus 8T at the moment, however, other specification about the phone did leak earlier this week. The phone is somewhat confirmed to launch in October 2020 and you can find more details here. View the full article
  13. OnePlus recently launched the new OnePlus Nord, an affordable smartphone with killer specs. But now it looks like it's working on a new phone and this time we're looking at an entry-level phone. Yes, OnePlus seems to be working on an entry-level phone. According to a new report, OnePlus is said to be working on a phone that's powered by Snapdragon 460 chipset. This news is coming from an insider who confirmed that the launch is imminent. The phone will apparently be available in the global markets, so we can expect it to arrive here too. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla This new phone is codenamed 'Clover' and it looks like it has a 6.52-inch 720p IPS panel, 4GB RAM, and 64GB internal storage. We also have info on things like the availability of a microSD card slot, capacitive fingerprint scanner, and more. As for the optics, we're looking at a triple camera setup at the back but the standout feature seems to the 6,000mAh battery. That with a 720p display and we're probably looking a battery life champ here. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla If the rumors are something to go by, then this phone will come later this year and it'll be priced at around $200. This looks like an interesting price point to tap into. OnePlus has never launched a phone at this price point, so we'll have to see how it works out for them. We still have no official confirmation on the arrival of this phone, so let's not speculate further and just wait. Source: Android Central View the full article
  14. OnePlus has already created a lot of hype for its launch event tomorrow where the company is expected to showcase a new phone called OnePlus Nord. Along with the new phone, we're also expecting to see OnePlus' first pair of truly wireless earbuds, the OnePlus Buds. In case you missed it, we already got a glimpse of the OnePlus Buds a few days back when OnePlus Co-Founder Carl Pei had an interaction with YouTube creator Marques Brownlee. You can check out the OnePlus Buds below - © YouTube/ Marques Brownlee But besides that, the folks over at 9to5Google have now showcased us some leaked renders. These renders give us our best look at the OnePlus Buds. So, the first thing to note is that the OnePlus Buds will be available in three colourways - While, Black, and Teal. Carl Pei is seen wearing the Teal variant in the video, but we'll have to see how it looks in person. As for the design, we can see a rounded case here that looks more or less similar to the Pixel Buds. The case seems to have a matte finish, although that could just be the rendered image. We also see an LED indicator for the battery on the front along with a physical button for pairing and switching button. The earbuds, well, they just look like any other TWS earbuds on the market. There's nothing unusually different here, so there's nothing much to talk about. © 9to5Google We are expecting OnePlus to launch these tomorrow alongside the OnePlus Nord. We'll have more to talk about its features once it becomes official tomorrow. OnePlus has officially confirmed that the earphones will weigh 4.6 grams each whereas the charging case weighs 36 grams. The company also noted that we can expect around 30 hours of life in total, so that's interesting. Let's just wait for more info about these tomorrow. Source: 9to5Google View the full article
  15. In the tug of war for entertainment, smart TVs beat the 6-inch smartphones every single time. Well, OnePlus realised that early on and rolled out premium smart TVs â the Netflix-enabled Q1 series, last year. However, our only itch was its starting price, a whopping Rs 69, 000, truly fit for the premium category. News is, the brand is now all set to turn that around with 3 affordable smart TVs launching on the 2nd of July 2020. Latest OnePlus TVs Will Be Thinner Than OnePlus 8 Starting at just Rs 20,000, the upcoming range of OnePlus TVs is touted to be heavy on specs, easy on the price. This series will include 3 smart TVs of 32-inch, 43-inch and 55-inch screen sizes, respectively. With a 95% screen-to-body ratio, we're pushing the boundaries of your TV experience. Literally. #SmarterTV pic.twitter.com/gulLxbVvHE â Pete Lau (@PeteLau) June 24, 2020 The TVs are likely to come with a thin-bezel form factor, an innovative Gamma engine for better picture quality, and an exceptional DCI-P3 93% colour gamut â simply the most top-notch display of colour out there. Our vibrant Cinematic Display, Dolby Vision, and Netflix: These are the makings of one great movie night. #SmarterTV pic.twitter.com/fsNGrxjeFm â Pete Lau (@PeteLau) June 19, 2020 A futuristic amalgamation of design and technology, the OnePlus Smart TVs will come in at just 6.9mm â yes, thatâs thinner than the OnePlus 8. We have to agree that the brand has risen in these testing times and has delivered a technological masterpiece. An Exclusive Live Stream EventWhile the brand has given us a sneak-peek into some features, thereâs a lot that still remains under wraps. Following the codes of the new normal, OnePlus has scheduled a digital-only launch for its latest range of smart TVs on July 2 at 7 pm on YouTube. This dedicated live stream event will unveil the stand-out features, definite prices and other details about this range. âIn 2019, the OnePlus TV Q Series was the first step towards the OnePlus ecosystem. In 2020, we hope to build on the momentum and start strategically diversifying into new product categories and new price points. The new OnePlus TVs are a step towards unlocking the full potential of technology in even more homesâ, OnePlus CEO, Pete Lau said. Quite naturally, the OnePlus community and first-time buyers have countless questions about the upcoming series. The simple answer being - tune into the live stream event for more details and big-ticket announcements. You can pre-book the OnePlus Smart TVs on Amazon now. View the full article
  16. OnePlus launched the OnePlus 8 in India after a few delays caused by the lockdown and a very serious problem at the factory. However, we got our hands on the phone last week and took our time testing the phone in various scenarios. Even though the phone seems like an upgrade, it is more of the same from last year's OnePlus 7T series. There are only minor changes in terms of design and is powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset. Having said that, the phone does offer the best Android experience on any phone right now mostly because of OxygenOS. The OnePlus 8 may not seem like a big change to people who bought last year's OnePlus phones, it does, however, pack a punch under the hood. Here's what we think about OnePlus' affordable flagship smartphone: Design and Display © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla When looking at the OnePlus 8; you will notice that it doesn't look much different than its Pro counterpart or even the OnePlus 7T Pro from the back. While the phone has been positioned as the more affordable model, the design itself is premium enough to classify it as a flagship phone on its right. It has an all-glass design at the back with a triple camera module, the logo and the new hideous logo. The old logo was just fine and looked great on OnePlus phones. It complimented the design language whereas the new logo simply looks out of place. It looks like someone left the caps lock button on and just typed the brand's name. It is quite jarring and doesn't fit the overall minimal design of the phone. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla At the front, you have a 6.55-inch full HD AMOLED display which is more than enough for viewing content on your phone. The first thing you will notice is a punch-hole camera on the top-left corner of the phone which we've seen earlier on Samsung Galaxy S devices. While the punch-hole camera doesn't interfere with the visual experience, we still preferred the pop-up design on the OnePlus 7T Pro. Although, without the pop-up camera module, the phone is significantly lighter and easier to hold. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla The display is also a bit different from previous OnePlus phones as it now has a curved design that wraps around the edges of the display. The curved display makes it easier to grip the phone as compared to flatter devices. Having said that, it does come with its disadvantages as well as the curved display also causes accidental touches. The OnePlus 8 also has a 90Hz panel meaning it runs smoother and faster than most phones. This is partly because OxygenOS has been fine-tuned for the higher refresh rate and in comparison, the scrolling speed was faster and smoother than the Galaxy S20's 120Hz panel. You don't even have to reduce the resolution to enjoy this feature which is still a caveat on the Galaxy S20 series. Having said that, the faster refresh rate does affect your battery life as smoother scrolling and increase the tick rate of the display requires more power from the CPU. Finally, the display is good enough for most users but certainly does not beat Samsung's display quality. There is a slight blue cast when watching movies with darker scenes. Blacks are not as well represented which can be annoying if you are particular about your viewing experience. Cameras © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla The one department OnePlus has always been lacking is the camera department and the case remains the same for the OnePlus 8. The smartphone has a 48-megapixel main shooter with its f/175 aperture, a 16MP ultra-wide camera and a 2MP macro lens. You will only end up using two camera sensors as macro-lens are not that important. As far as the picture quality is concerned, the main camera sensor has a lot of blurs which will not be noticeable to you on the phone's screen. Most images from the wide camera are fairly dull and tend to ignore bright colours. Once you view your pictures on a larger screen, you will notice the blur and the saturation levels which don't meet up to smartphone camera standards in 2020. Even the colours tend to be off at times as there was more saturation than we expected. As for the ultra-wide shots; let's just say you won't have a good time taking images with the phone for the time being. Having said that, the phone has improved in low light images and even the night mode works better than last year. If you like to take selfies, the OnePlus 8 is not the phone for you as we could not get the phone to take one decent picture without any blur. It looked like the image was captured by a phone from a decade ago. The overall camera experience isn't that great and can expect to be improved once fixes are rolled out via an update. Performance and Battery Life © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla OnePlus is known for delivering performance on their smartphones with utmost priority and the OnePlus 8 lives up to that ethos. It is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 865 chipset and is more efficient than any chipset made by Qualcomm ever. Our review unit came with 12GB of Ram and 256GB internal storage. The 12GB RAM certainly played a crucial role in delivering a smooth and stable experience. It ran games and did everything at the highest setting possible with no frame rate drops whatsoever. © MensXP/Akshay Bhalla In our Geekbench 5 test, the OnePlus 8 scored 911 in the Single-Core test and 3239 in the multi-core test. That is faster than the iPhone 11 in the multi-core test and outperforms the newly launched Xiaomi Mi 10 as well. OnePlus 8 is the only phone out there that can match up to the iPhone 11's performance and at times be faster. Similarly, the OnePlus 8 also fared well in the GPU test where it scored 1324 in the GFX Bench Aztec Ruins Vulkan test. The OnePlus 8 performed fairly well for its 4,300 mAh battery where the phone lasted for around 11 hours in our extreme stress test. For moderate users, you can expect the phone to last significantly more. However, the battery life does drop by two hours if you turn up the refresh rate to 90Hz. The phone does support 30W wired charging and can charge the phone to 70% from 0 in about 34 minutes. In short, the OnePlus 8 fast charging method is second to none and is amongst the fastest charging phones today. The Final Say When considering a flagship phone to buy this year, one can't ignore the OnePlus 8. The phone offers an extremely fast and reliable performance that can't be matched by any Android phone apart from its bigger brother right now. Having said that, the OnePlus 8 does need some major improvements in the camera department to make it a complete flagship smartphone. If you don't mind sacrificing the picture quality, the OnePlus 8 is a viable option to consider for an upgrade. View the full article
  17. After the prices for OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro were announced, we didnât really get to know when the two smartphones will be available in India. Now, the two phones are available to pre-book on Amazon for Rs 1,000 but thereâs still no official launch date of the phone yet. OnePlus was expected to be available on Amazon sooner, however, it was extended after the Indian Government disallowed e-commerce websites to sell and deliver non-essential items during the lockdown amid COVID-19. © OnePlus There is still no concrete word when the phone will be shipped to customers in India, however, the phone is expected to go on sale on May 11th. The OnePlus 8 retails in India for Rs 41,999 (6GB+128GB) and the 8 Pro starts at Rs Rs 54,999. If you want to know the full pricing details of the OnePlus 8 Series for each model, you can have a quick read here. © MKBHD In terms of specifications, the OnePus 8 Series is powered by Qualcommâs latest flagship chipset i.e. the Snapdragon 865 SoC. Both smartphones support 5G connectivity while the highest variant comes with 12GB RAM and 256GB storage depending on the model. The OnePlus 8 Pro also supports wireless charging and has an IP rating which is a first for the company. OnePlus is also selling a wireless charger alongside the phones, however, official pricing has not been revealed yet. Having said that, the price of the charger in India was leaked and it is cheaper than anywhere else in the world. © Youtube_Droid Life The OnePlus 8 Pro comes with a quad-camera setup where the primary sensor is a 48-megapixel Sony IMX 689 lens that has been paired with a 48-megapixel ultra-wide lens, a 5-megapixel colour filter lens and an 8-megapixel telephoto lens. Pre-orders for the OnePlus 8 Series is available now on Amazon where the cheapest model of OnePlus 8 i.e. the 6GB+128GB is exclusive to the e-commerce platform. If you have been wanting to buy that particular model, it will only be available on Amazon and not at physical stores or any other e-commerce website. View the full article
  18. While OnePlus may have announced the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro recently, the company also announced a wireless charger for the 8 Pro. It is called the Warp Charge 30 wireless charger that uses proprietary technology to charge the OnePlus 8 Pro wirelessly at 30W which translates to 50 per cent top-up in just 30 minutes. © OnePlus The OnePlus wireless charger was announced for $70 in the US and â¬70 in Europe but never revealed the official pricing of the charger for India. But a recent leak has confirmed the wireless charger will retail in India for Rs 3,990; cheaper than any region OnePlus has launched this charger. The charger also has an in-built fan to keep the phone cool while charging wirelessly. It can also be used to charge other devices that support wireless charging however it will only charge at 5W when not using a OnePlus phone. © OnePlus Previous tests have shown that the fan on the wireless charger does make considerable amounts of noise. However, that can be avoided by using a Bedtime mode. This mode will let users turn off the fan manually but the charging speed will then be reduced at 10W. As the name suggests, this mood should be used during sleeping hours for a more silent performance than the fast-charging mode. The charger is expected to sell in India by next month when the country is expected to relax the lockdown caused by the COVID-19 outbreak. The OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro are also expected to sell alongside the charger albeit it is only compatible with the âProâ model. View the full article
  19. Itâs always a sight to see whenever a new teardown video by JerryRigEverything shows up on Youtube, but this time, it is special. The OnePlus 8 Pro launched recently and in case youâre not aware, the smartphone comes with new hardware and features like wireless charging. While the smartphone is yet to launch in India, it is still exciting to see what the phone is actually made of. The OnePlus 8 Pro also comes with an IP 68 rating which means the innards of the phone have to be tightly packed as well. © JerryRigEverything The smartphoneâs teardown shows the OnePlus 8 Pro has a very neat and almost artistic design even from the inside. It shows that OnePlus designed the inside of the smartphone keeping everything in mind and with good planning. The smartphone was not easy to open because the back panel was helped by a strong adhesive, something OnePlus may have decided to use for the IP 68 rating. The phone is rated for water resistance which means the design of the smartphone cannot let any water seep in that can potentially damage the motherboard and other hardware components. There are even rubber caps on the SIM card tray to prevent water from getting in. © JerryRigEverything Once the panel is opened, the first thing you notice is the massive golden copper coils. These coils are used for wireless charging support which was a long-demanded feature by fans. The OnePlus 8 Pro supports 30W wireless charging via their proprietary charging stand. You can also see the massive camera sensors being used in the OnePlus 8 Pro which includes a 48MP main camera sensor in the middle, a 16MP ultra-wide camera and an additional macro sensor. The OnePlus 8 Pro also did well in JerryRigEverythingâs durability test where the smartphone was not easy to bend and did not crack in the process. The smartphoneâs display was also exposed to flame for 30 seconds that left permanent damage but was still usable after the test. If you are interested in seeing the full test for yourself, check out the video below: View the full article
  20. OnePlus recently launched the new OnePlus 8 series phones with a ton of cool features. A lot of those features are a part of the new OxygenOS that's running on the new phones and we're happy to report that a lot of them are making their way to the older OnePlus phones too. That's right, OnePlus is making some really cool features of the OnePlus 8 series available to the older devices in their line up with the new OxygenOS update. Here's a quick look at everything that's coming to the older phones - © Twitter/ @DurvidImel Smoother PerformanceOnePlus phones are all about that speed and smooth performance and things are only getting better with each update. OnePlus made as many as 280 tweaks under the hood to make the phones feel faster. They've completely redone the animations to make them feel smoother and faster. Obviously, the new OnePlus 8 Pro is going to benefit the most here since it has that 120Hz panel, however, the older phones should also theoretically feel faster across the board. OnePlus has some of the smoothest animations in the business, so we can only imagine how much difference this will make. UI TweaksOnePlus has also simplified the navigation gestures, so it should be a lot more intuitive to use that now on the older devices too. And on top of that, there are some other deeper customization options that are not limited to just themes. We're looking at things like accent colour customization, advanced settings for AMOLED Wide Gamut, sRGB and Display P3. The new OcygenOS also gets the Dark Theme 2.0, which is essentially the universal dark theme. So, more apps now are compatible with Dark Mode, which is always a good thing. Lastly, there will be some new dynamic wallpapers too. These are the ones that shift colour tones based on "current outdoor temperature conditions." © Reuters Faster Downloads & Smart SMSOnePlus has a nifty little feature called Dual-channel download acceleration with which the users can expect faster download speeds. This particular feature can be enabled to use both mobile data and Wi-Fi at the same time to speed up things. This is in addition to the OnePlus phones' ability to smartly switch between 3G/4G and Wi-Fi depending on the connectivity. Smart SMS manager is also a cool feature to have onboard as it automatically categorises things like spam and promotional messages. Smart SMS manager on the OnePlus phones can categorise the messages between up to 39 types, including OTPs, tickets and bank messages. © Twitter/ @DurvidImel Cricket Card 2.0Cricket scores will be visible on the OnePlus Shelf that sits on the left-mist screen on the home screen. Users will now be able to customize this card to add their favourite teams and access the stories quickly without having to load a website or Google the scores. A pretty neat feature for all the cricket fans out there. All these new features will be rolled out to the existing OnePlus phones, including the OnePlus 7T series and the OnePlus 7 series soon. So, keep an eye out for an update to get all the cool OnePlus 8 series features on your older device. Source: News18 View the full article
  21. The new OnePlus 8 Pro is probably the best OnePlus phone we've seen till date. It's got a really smooth display, a great design, and a powerful set of internals along with support for 5G. There's hardly anything to complain about, at least by looking at the specs sheet. And now that we know exactly how much it costs here in India, we think it's a good time to compare it with last year's OnePlus 7T Pro and see if it's worth upgrading. Let's take a look. Note: This comparison is purely based on the specs of both devices. We'll dive deep into a detailed comparison once we get our hands on the new OnePlus 8 series phones. Design © YouTube/ Marques Brownlee The OnePlus 8 Pro looks more or less the same as the OnePlus 7T Pro, however, there are some key differences. First off, it's worth pointing out that OnePlus has ditched the pop-up camera module for a punch-hole cutout on the front for the selfie camera. And now that there are fewer moving parts on the phone, it comes with IP67 rating for dust and water resistance. Great move. At the back, you'll also notice that the phone now comes with an additional camera sensor. Overall, the OnePlus 8 Pro is noticeably larger in size than the OnePlus 7T Pro, but it's both thinner and lighter, so we'll see how it feels in the hand. DisplayOnePlus had a lot to say about the new display on the OnePlus 8 Pro. It's apparently the best display they've ever put on an OnePlus phone. Experts say that it's currently among the best displays on the market too. It's a 6.78-inch panel with a resolution of 3168 x 1440 pixels on the 8 Pro as compared to the 6.67-inch panel on the 7T Pro. © YouTube/ Marques Brownlee Both panels are AMOLED, so you should be able to see rich colors and deep blacks. The OnePlus 8 Pro's panel, however, is a bit more advanced, so you might see a noticeable difference when compared side-by-side. It's also worth noting that the 8 Pro's display supports a 120Hz refresh rate compared to the 7T Pro's 90Hz refresh rate. Both panels also have an in-display fingerprint scanner. Overall, the OnePlus 8 Pro seems to have a better panel here, but we'll reserve our judgments for now. CameraCameras have been a huge talking point when it comes to OnePlus phones as they haven't had the best optics in the game. The 8 Pro, however, aims to change that with its quad-camera setup which includes two 48MP sensors, an 8MP telephoto lens, and a 5MP color filter camera. It certainly sounds like an upgrade from last year's OnePlus 7T Pro, but we'll do a detailed comparison later when we have both the devices. As for the selfie shooter, we're looking at the same 16MP sensor with fixed focus and 1.0µm pixels. Internal HardwareAs is the case with every other new OnePlus phone, the OnePlus 8 Pro also comes with the latest and the greatest set of hardware. It is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 865 SoC and comes with up to 12GB RAM and 256GB internal storage. The OnePlus 7T Pro, in comparison, is powered by the Snapdragon 855+ SoC. © YouTube/ Marques Brownlee On top of that, the OnePlus 8 Pro is 5G enabled, which the OnePlus 7T Pro isn't. The OnePlus 8 Pro also has a bigger battery coming at 4,510mAh compared to OnePlus 7T Pro's 4,085mAh unit. Both phones support the 30W Warp charge, but the OnePlus 8 Pro also supports wireless charging, which is great. The Final SayAs you would've already guessed, the OnePlus 8 Pro offers a lot of upgrades over last year's OnePlus 7T Pro. We're looking at a better display, upgraded internals as well as a new camera setup. Other things like 5G support and a larger battery with wireless charging make its case even stronger. The OnePlus 8 Pro is clearly a superior device, at least on paper. That being said, the OnePlus 7T Pro is still an exceptional phone and we think it's worth holding on to if you already have one. But if you're planning on upgrading from an older device, then clearly the new OnePlus 8 Pro is the way to go. View the full article
  22. OnePlus finally revealed the India pricing of the OnePlus 8 Series and it's good news for every OnePlus fan in India right now. Last week, we speculated that the company would be launching their smartphones in India at a cheaper price by taking cues from its China pricing. However, OnePlus has managed to launch the two smartphones at even cheaper prices in India, showing the companyâs commitment to the Indian smartphone market. While this move was highly unanticipated, it far exceeded our expectations and probably every OnePlus fan's as well. © Youtube_Karl Conrad The OnePlus 8 starts in India at Rs 41,999 while the starting price of the smartphone in China is around Rs 43,160. Similarly, the OnePlus 8 Pro in India starts at Rs 54,999 while it costs considerably more in China for the same model. This couldnât have been possible without OnePlus localising the production of the smartphone in India and the fact that India is the companyâs most important market when it comes to revenues. India accounts for over 33% of OnePlusâ global sales and it only seems to be growing with each launch every year. View the full article
  23. Last week, OnePlus announced its new OnePlus 8 series phones in an online event amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, without much fanfare or even a launch event, OnePlus has revealed how much its new phones will cost in India. Both phones i.e. the OnePlus 8 and the OnePlus 8 Pro support 5G connectivity and are powered by Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 865 SoC. They're just as powerful as you'd expect OnePlus phones to be, by now. Anyway, here are the variant-wise prices - © Twitter/ @DurvidImel A special 6GB variant for India OnePlus has announced that the OnePlus 8 will be available in three variants. The variant with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage will cost you Rs 41,999. This is a region-exclusive variant for India. The 8GB+128GB variant is priced at Rs 44,999. The most powerful variant with 12GB RAM and 256GB storage is priced at Rs 49,999. As for the OnePlus 8 Pro, it starts at Rs 54,999 for the 8GB+128GB variant. The 12GB+256GB costs Rs 59,999. In addition to the phones, OnePlus has also revealed that the new Bullets Wireless Z earphones will cost you Rs 1,999 in India. Overall, it's safe to say that the OnePlus 8 Series' India pricing is quite aggressive. Given the fact that the new iPhone SE has just been launched in India for Rs 42,500, it'll be interesting to see how they both will be received in the market. © Twitter/ @DurvidImel Availability Since India is currently under a complete lockdown due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, OnePlus hasn't announced any availability details yet. Given the fact that the e-commerce platforms are getting ready to ship electronic items including smartphones again soon, we hope to hear more from OnePlus very soon. So keep your eyes peeled. View the full article
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