OnePlus 8 versus OnePlus 8 Pro: What's the difference?
Which one you should buy?
OnePlus 8 is here, and the company also landed along with the also high-end OnePlus 8 Pro.
This is a thorough analysis of the two models, with their sizes, displays, cameras and other features in mind, such that it can be seen how close – or different – they are.
One plus 8
The OnePlus 8 plays the position of value flagships in 2020. The style refinements are based on other flagship features, although the handset is an extremely elegant model, featuring waterfall curves and a punch hole for the front-end sensor. Snapdragon 865 is up to 12 GB of Memory, rendering it the cheapest 5 G smartphone on certain markets and a high-performance mobile, which cost significantly less than other flagships.
One plus 8 pro
The OnePlus 8 Pro is a decent camera. There are no more corners to carve. No more underdog slogan of ‘flagship hunter.’ OnePlus also combines it jointly with the top smartphone stars. It also ensures that the 8 Pro is the most expensive computer yet, but it’s worth it for the dollar-plus it’s always a lighter hue than Samsung, Apple and Huawei rivals.
The OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro each have a glass back and a metal base, which, like other flagships, feature bent edges each front and back.
The OnePlus 8 is available in Interstellenar Glow, while the OnePlus 8 Pro is now available in ultramarine gray. It also features Onyx Black and Glacier Green shadings.At 160.2 x 72.9 x 8 mm and 180 g the OnePlus 8 also arrives on a slimmer, lighter handset, and OnePlus 8 Pro is 165.3 x74.35 x 8.5 mm and 199 G.
That indicates that the OnePlus 8 Pro is even larger and narrower, but still has a small panel that is accessible below.
The two OnePlus 8 variants have a Snapdragon 865 processor and either 8 GB or 12 GB of RAM but in the OnePlus 8 you get LPDDR4X Rom. The OnePlus 8 Pro has LPDDR5 Rom, which increases processing speeds by about 30% and decreases power usage by 20%.
Space is available on all versions at 128GB or 256GB, with 5G, Android 10 (OxygenOS-overlaid) and two fingerprint scanners with dual stereo speakers. There’s not a major gap here, therefore.
The OnePlus 8 is 6.55-inch, while the OnePlus 8 Pro is 6.78 inches larger. The OnePlus 8 display is even more resolute than a 1080 x 2400 and a 402 pixels per inch in OnePlus 8 at a 1440 x 3168 (for 513 pixels per inch).
On OnePlus 8 Pro, there is a 120Hz refresh rate and on onePlus 8, it’s 90Hz – even if the ‘normal’ is already considerably better than the ’60Hz’ than other smartphones give. Nevertheless, the image OnePlus 8 Pro is bigger than the onePlus 8 phone, clearer and smoother.
But both versions have an AMOLED Fluid panel with HDR10 + support; they also have a single lens punch-hole camera in the top-left corner. The OnePlus 8 is 20:9 and OnePlus 8 is 19:8:9.
Battery & Camera :
The OnePlus 8 has a 48MP f/2.75 primary sensor, an ultra-wide 16MPf2.2 and 2MS f/2.4 macro camera. This is fitted with three lenses.
The OnePlus8 Pro has an ultra-wide 48MP f/2.2, an 8MP F/2.44 (three dual zoom) and a 5MP F/2.4 (focused on lighting impact and filter), quad-lens sensor, designed by the main body.
Thus, the OnePlus 8 Pro has more optics, but they all have a 16MP sensor. As far as the battery is concerned, the OnePlus 8 has 4,300mAh and the OnePlus 8 Pro has a 4,510mAh. The battery in the OnePlus 8 Pro is only marginally smaller, but still has a much higher, sharper capacity.
Warp Charge 30T can be powered easily on both tablets, only one plus 8 Pro allows wireless charging, the first one being the OnePlus handset.This also supports wireless reverse loading to enable you to launch certain apps wirelessly.
Price and availability :
The OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro will also be popular in the United Kingdom and in the United States and will be sold in British and US shops on 21 April and 29 April.
The OnePlus 8 begins off at $699/€599 for a models with RAM 8 GB and storage space of 128 GB, up to $799/€699 with RAM 12 GB and storage of 256 GB.
The OnePlus 8 Pro currently begins at $899 / £799 for RAM 8 GB and storage 128 GB up to $999 / £899 for RAM 12 GB and Storage 256 GB. But for the comparable Pro edition, you pay $200/$200 more than standard OnePlus 8.
There is a ton more from OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro with identical architectures, the same processor and the same applications as well as several other same functions, such as the on-screen fingerprint scanner.
You get a bigger, smoother, higher refresh rate on your OnePlus 8 Model, more cameras with some of them – on screen, at least – superior features, better RAM, a bigger battery and wireline storage.
It does sound like a much nicer phone than this, but it is also much costlier, and it might not be worthwhile. As for the strong results of each smartphone – check out our OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro reviews.