8T in 80 Challenge | Share your first impressions of the 8T!

  1. Oneplus2user , via OnePlus Community App , Oct 18, 2020 :
    I wanted to know, are there any chances of battery burst in the OnePlus 8T because of its fast charging capabilities. I think the dual batteries are not safe together. If one gets burst the second one will also may not survive. So please share something on the PROTECTION FROM BATTERY BURST. Because it has happened with some phones earlier. Fast charging can lead to overcharg and burst chances get increased with it. Thanks

  2. Sridhar Ananthanarayanan
    Lollipop Oct 18, 2020

    Sridhar Ananthanarayanan , Oct 18, 2020 :
    About 110 GB. OOS 11 (or System) takes up about 18 to 20 GB.

  3. psygarden
    Gingerbread Oct 18, 2020

    psygarden , via OnePlus 6T Midnight Black , Oct 18, 2020 :
    According to OnePlus it has implemented many safety standards for the battery heating amd charging. And many of these implementations are made in the Charging brick so battery degradation can be avoided and make it more safe for use.

  4. Sridhar Ananthanarayanan
    Lollipop Oct 18, 2020

    Sridhar Ananthanarayanan , Oct 18, 2020 :
    Negligible risks. There are sufficient safeguards in place.

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  5. Mevrick@05
    Froyo Oct 18, 2020

    Mevrick@05 , via OnePlus Nord , Oct 18, 2020 :
    No wireless charging no IP rating and not upto the mark camera.
    They are telling lies that they included two batteries instead of one normal battery then added two mini batteries.
    Not even here they stole this tech from Tesla, electric car maker company they use this technology from long time.

    They are presenting it as Flagship in my opinion it is not even a flagship killer.

    "You die as a Flagship killer or live long enough to become a flagship." This is the dream of OnePlus but they are not doing anything innovative.

    OnePlus is overrated in India. It is a premium phone for middle class. And in this range they don't have competitors as Samsung and Apple don't have smartphone in 30 to 50k range.

    They used the same camera for three years consicutely for their so called flagships this shows there innovation.

    OnePlus is overrated.

  6. Anshumanthakur_
    Cupcake Oct 18, 2020

  7. Sid_Ck
    Ice Cream Sandwich Oct 18, 2020

    Sid_Ck , Oct 18, 2020 :
    OnePlus 3? Wow... Go for 8T ofcourse

  8. Sid_Ck
    Ice Cream Sandwich Oct 18, 2020

    Sid_Ck , Oct 18, 2020 :
    Only chance of bursting is if you tie it to firecrackers on diwali.

  9. Sid_Ck
    Ice Cream Sandwich Oct 18, 2020

    Sid_Ck , Oct 18, 2020 :
    Loving the fresh colour feel it has and of course the flat display . Looks slick and lovely to hold with a cup of T.

  10. Pavan_ChowdaryK
    Eclair Oct 18, 2020

  11. AhedShaker , via OnePlus Nord Blue Marble , Oct 18, 2020 :
    Oneplus 8T, a nice surprise
    All that for a fantastic price
    120 hertz in this great device
    Battery charged not once but twice
    65 watt this is way too fast
    Double than what we had in the past
    One of the best phones now indeed
    A great experience is guaranteed
    An amazing 6.5 inch display
    Which should I get the green or the grey?
    Oneplus I have been a really big fan
    waiting till next year to repeat this plan

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  12. YRJ
    The Lab - OnePlus 7T Reviewer Oct 18, 2020

    YRJ , Oct 18, 2020 :
    That's a very interesting question, one that can be explored indepth in a thread of its own. ;)
    Depends on what you like more. If you prefer the premium look and curved display of the OnePlus 8 but are ready to miss out on 65w charging and 120Hz, the OnePlus 8 sounds good. Else the 8T is always the better choice ;)

  13. plusgee
    Gingerbread Oct 18, 2020

    plusgee , via OnePlus Community App , Oct 18, 2020 :
    we can just address it. I feel the 8T has been positioned in a very difficult position for consumers. And which target market were One Plus looking at? Because they have the 8 & 8 Pro, Nord Series & then the 8T.

  14. plusgee
    Gingerbread Oct 18, 2020

    plusgee , via OnePlus Community App , Oct 18, 2020 :

  15. triple_s.thakur
    Cupcake Oct 18, 2020

    triple_s.thakur , via OnePlus 5T , Oct 18, 2020 :
    For years, OnePlus phones have delivered exciting new features, affordable prices, and more. For 2020, that’s changed a bit. The OnePlus 8 series was significantly more expensive, but it finally brought some much-needed improvements. Now, we’ve got the OnePlus 8T, a redesigned and slightly improved version of this year’s less-exciting phone.

    The OnePlus 8T has been my main smartphone for the past few days, and, getting right to the point, I don’t think there’s a ton to say about it. It’s a really good phone, just like the OnePlus 8 was. It’s fast, it has a great spec package, and it’s relatively affordable in a world of overly expensive flagships. It also has a good design that, while a bit derivative of Samsung’s Galaxy S20, looks nice!

    I honestly don’t have anything to complain about with the OnePlus 8T, at least based on my first impressions. The camera seems slightly improved from the 8 (samples below) and battery life is solid, too. OxygenOS 11 speeds with this hardware as well, which I thoroughly enjoyed.

  16. bartp70
    Froyo Oct 18, 2020

  17. Ranjit2206
    Froyo Oct 19, 2020 at 3:49 AM

    Ranjit2206 , via OnePlus 8 , Oct 19, 2020 at 3:49 AM :
    Display - Butter smooth (120hz)
    Performance - Cyclonic ( SD-865)
    Charger - Lightning (65 watt warp)
    Design - Flat n Fiery (flat display fiery outlook)
    Scrolling - Touch of petal (Fluid amoled with 120 hz)
    Color - Sexy Mermaid (Aquamarine green)
    Camera - Colory eyes
    Brightness - No sunburn ( 1100 nits peak)

  18. Drishtant Kumar
    Donut Oct 19, 2020 at 4:36 AM

    Drishtant Kumar , Oct 19, 2020 at 4:36 AM :
    No, not the launch event. I'm talking about the 8T's Fluid AMOLED screen! Finally a new flagship with flat screen curved screen good to look bad to handle.

    120 Hz ..meh ...shud have been automatically set but still good

    A+ rating (DisplayMate)...noice(for all Brooklyn 99 fans[e]1f60f[/e])

    HDR 10+

    Dual speaker .... pure awesomeness

    Camera sensor seems to be same from 7t

    And 65 watt charging goodness
    Last edited: Oct 19, 2020 at 10:14 AM

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  19. freedomchuks
    Froyo Oct 19, 2020 at 5:18 AM

    freedomchuks , via OnePlus 7 Pro Mirror Gray , Oct 19, 2020 at 5:18 AM :
    What got my attention to the one plus 8t event
    *First bitmoji support *
    Supports for 90fps of fortnight
    60 wat charge
    Flat display
    Not absolutely sold by android 11 skin hopefully if I can get my hands on it I might have a change of mind
    The displays you say sound like it would be pretty better my hopes for that
    Defiantly the price
    For the cameras I am not sure a full phone usage would tell me if it better than the current 8 pro

    Hopes high for 8t pro if it ever going to be considered

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