OnePlus 8 Pro & OnePlus 8:Compared to specifications, Price and Features

OnePlus has launched two new smartphones for 2020.  Both the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro follow the 'Never Settle' philosophy and are offered as a premium flagship, which is reflected in the price of the two handsets.  But what are the differences?  Come learn… fluid performance

  The display of OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro has impressive technology.  Both provide superior color accuracy and HDR10 + support
 OnePlus 8 Pro Price and features
OnePlus 8 Pro Price and features
  OnePlus 8 Pro - 6.78-inch fluid AMOLED, 19.8: 9 aspect ratio, 3168 x 1440 pixels (513 ppi), 120 Hz refresh rate.

  OnePlus 8 - 6.55 inch fluid AMOLED, 20: 9 aspect ration, 2400 x 1080 pixels (402 PPI), 90 Hz refresh rate.

  While there is very little difference in terms of physical size on diagonal measurements, pixels at a difference of one inch meet OnePlus's reduced resolution.  You're still getting an HD ready screen (with enough extra pixels on either picture OS. Don't bother with the punch for the selfie camera.

  You also have a slower refresh rate on the standard model, but I wouldn't worry too much about this.  While the difference in stepping from 60 Hz to 90 Hz is something that has an effect, speeds from 90 Hz to 120 Hz are less noticeable if you get used to the 90 Hz screen that was prevalent last year.  The OnePlus 8 Pro has slightly improved color accuracy, and MEMC features video interpolation of up to 120 frames per second to match the refresh rate.  Depending on the source material, depending on the video, it may feel natural, or a slightly clueless valley, but it is optional.

  The OnePlus 8 Pro screen has some small advantages, but there are no major show stoppers that weaken the display on the OnePlus 8. display language and options

  Apart from the physical size, there is almost no difference in the exterior between the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro.  But there is an important difference.

  OnePlus 8 Pro: 165.3 mm x 74.35 mm x x8.5 mm, 199g, IP68 rated.

  OnePlus 8: 160.2mm 72.9mm x 8.0mm, 180 grams.

  Firstly, OnePlus did not talk at the launch event, OnePlus 8 is not a compact phone.  It may be a few millimeters smaller in every dimension, but there is no world where I would consider a smartphone with a 6.55 inch screen to be compact.

  Both handsets come with the same contour glass around the rear of the device, and the display has 3D Corning Gorilla Glass.  Three colors (Onex Black, Interstellar Glow, and Glacial Green) are available on both handsets (although the available colors depend on the storage and memory options you choose).

  The main difference is in the IP rating of the two handsets.  OnePlus has not previously certified the security available on its handset, noting that the increased cost of certification will not be passed on to the consumer.  In the case of the OnePlus 8 Pro, the company has decided that IP authentication is required - possibly because there is not an obvious difference in the spec sheet compared to the Samsung Galaxy S20 and the likes.

  There is no IP rating for the OnePlus 8 ... unless you buy a handset on contract from Verizon or T-Mobile in the US.  Those handsets come with the same IP68 rating as the OnePlus 8 Pro.

  For some, there will be a difference in waterproofing on the OnePlus 8 Pro which seals the deal, though I'm going to be more interested in any tearing of the Vanilla OnePlus 8 than the IPP6 rated OnePlus.  Are there fundamental design differences or is it not just OnePlus paying for authentication on smaller handsets unless it is required for network sales?


  The main specifications are the same under the hood

  OnePlus 8 Pro and OnePlus 8 - Qualcomm Snapdragon 865, X55 5G modem, Adreno 650 GPU

  Two SKUs are available or each handset, 8 GB RAM / 128 GB storage or 12 GB RAM / 256 GB storage.  The 8 Pro uses LPDDR5 RAM, while the 8 LPDDR uses 4X, but it's unlikely you'll notice a difference in day-to-day usage.

  It should come as no surprise that OnePlus is using the top of the line Qualcomm Snapdragon chip - this has been the case for many years now.  The Snapdragon 865 is bundled with the X55 modem, meaning that the 5G will be available in every handset with the 865 (on the one hand, this is how you increase the 5G market share).

  There is a thin difference between the two handsets, but it is so small that it is negligible.

  The camera

  The biggest difference comes with the camera.  OnePlus spent a lot of time in the launch presentation talking about the camera presentation and there is a clear distinction between the two devices.  While the regular OnePlus 8 sports a two-megapixel macro lens, the OnePlus 8 Pro has a telephoto lens and a new camera filter camera.

  OnePlus 8 Pro

  Main rear camera: Sony IMX689 sensor, 48 megapixels, OIS, EIS, f / 1.78, 1.12 IM pixel size.

  Ultra wide angle camera: 48 megapixels, f / 2.2, 119.7 degree field of view.

  Telephoto camera: 48 megapixels, OIS, f / 2.44, 1.0 micron pixel size.

  Color filter camera: 5 megapixels, f / 2.4

  OnePlus 8

  Main rear camera: Sony IMX586 sensor, 48 megapixels, OIS, EIS, / 1.75, 0.8 micron pixel size.

  Ultra wide angle camera: 16 megapixels, f / 2.2, 116 degree field of view.

  Macro camera: 2 megapixels, f / 2,4, 1.75 micron pixel size.

  OnePlus 8 Pro is ready to take pictures of distant things, OnePlus 8 is for things that are very close.  You still have digital zoom on the OnePlus 8, but there will always be a loss of quality.  While macro lenses are welcome, there are very few use cases for this lens compared to telephoto lenses.

  I think there is more use for macro lenses than the color filter camera that the OnePlus 8 Pro offers.  It works together with the main camera, and the resulting image sits on top of the main image and acts as a physical filter layer, which is then extended into the software.

  But the real difference is in the pictures produced.  The OnePlus 8 main camera ships with an older Sony sensor, so the 8 Pro has a very slight edge in terms of color and accuracy.  This is not really evident in daylight photography, but there is a difference when you go into low light conditions.  Both handsets are an improvement over the previous OnePlus models but if camera performance is an important consideration for you, then the OnePlus 8 Pro is a clear winner.

  Battery power and charging

  There is only one difference in terms of battery capacity between the two devices, but power is one of the obvious differences where there is clear water between the two devices.

  OnePlus 8 Pro: 4510 mAh, Warp Charge 30T (5V / 6A), Warp Charge 30 Wireless, Qi compatible, reverse wireless charging.

  OnePlus 8: 4300 mAh, Warp Charge 30T (5V / 6A).

  Both handsets have the same endurance in terms of daily usage ... Suppose you set the screen to 1080p resolution and refresh rate to 60 Hz.  Take the refresh rate to 90 Hz or 120 Hz and you will see additional demand on the battery.  With the 8 Pro offering greater resolution, the 8 Pro will be available by the end of a day of mixed use when everything runs at maximum speed.  The OnePlus 8 has a slightly higher reserve, even though it has a smaller battery (due in large part to being limited to 90 Hz with a smaller screen).


  With two models and two variants of each model, OnePlus has adopted a simplified $ 100 pricing method.  Price bands are evident starting at $ 699 to $ 999.

  OnePlus 8 Pro: $ 899 128 GB, $ 999 256 GB.

  OnePlus 8: $ 699 128 GB, $ 799 256 GB.

  These prices have been much discussed on the OnePlus forums, but to give some context to those numbers, the entry-level OnePlus 8 with 128GB is the same price as the iPhone 11 with 64GB storage;  While the top level OnePlus 8 Pro with 256 GB storage is priced like the iPhone 11 Pro with 64 GB.  OnePlus prices are no longer reducing flagships by a significant amount, but the specs are very close to the top tier handsets (and in the case of the OnePlus 8 Pro you can argue that they are higher than the iPhone Pro)

  , Which one to choose?

  Taken individually, most of the differences between the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro are small, but they don't add up.  Number one is the difference in quality between the cameras, the second being the IP rating for waterproofing, and the third the higher resolution fast refresh screen.  Personally, I have been on a wireless charging boat for many years, but your mileage may vary (especially both handsets have fast wired charging).

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