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Lead with Speed – Introducing the OnePlus 8 Series

  1. maarten_lisboa
    The Lab - OnePlus 6T Reviewer Apr 19, 2020


  2. Sourav.jana
    Cupcake Apr 19, 2020

    Sourav.jana , via OnePlus 7T , Apr 19, 2020 :
    price is revealed in India.

    starting price- OnePlus 8- Rs.41999
    OnePlus 8pro- Rs.54999.

    due to the current lockdown situation, still not available.
     

  3. H1542153384332
    Gingerbread Apr 19, 2020


  4. mdhubail
    Eclair Apr 19, 2020

  5. M1587325196275
    Cupcake Apr 19, 2020


  6. G_Стаматов
    Eclair Apr 19, 2020

    G_Стаматов , Apr 19, 2020 :
    The differences are visible.828 euros in the US, 724 euros in India and 999 euros in Europe. Guess Who We Are ****** Are We Not Interesting For You Or We Are The Richest?
     

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  7. João Figueiredo
    Gingerbread Apr 19, 2020


  8. xTitan
    Cupcake Apr 20, 2020

    xTitan , Apr 20, 2020 :
    Been using my OnePlus 3, then 5T, then 6T.

    Looking at all the specs and reviews(esp Linus tech tips) on the OnePlus 8 Pro.
    Oh man, I'm not sure why I'm feeling so disappointed.
    Feels like they're chasing after the other big players and its now a features race.

    I've always loved the OnePlus series because there's no useless bullshit, this is just me but,
    All I wanted was a good, blazing-fast phone which OnePlus has always been.

    Top of the line CPU + loads of Ram. Great Performance. Competitive prices.
    DONE. I'm sold.


    BUT Now we've some fancy 120hz screen
    5G-ready which my country(and most) will not roll out till more than a year later with proper coverage
    30watts wireless charging with a noisy-fan charging dock[sold separately]
    48MP *QUAD* camera. 4 cameras. ugh.
    10-bit colours? see all 1 billion of them? ugh.
    curved screens? ok.
    1440p on that tiny screen? ok.

    All the incremental tech optimizations which tbh, we wouldn't really significantly notice.
    except for the price hike that accompanies it.
    If we wanted the fancy specs above, we'd have gone with Samsung, Huawei, etc.

    I miss the old OnePlus.
     

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  9. K.v.chaitanya Reddy
    Cupcake Apr 20, 2020


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    Gingerbread Apr 20, 2020


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  11. Karun Deep
    Jelly Bean Apr 20, 2020


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  12. Cavist
    Eclair Apr 20, 2020

    Cavist , Apr 20, 2020 :
    55 000 IR = 660 EUR for 8Pro (EU price: 900)
    42 000 IR = 504 EUR for 8 (EU price: 700)

    Prices according to current Google rates.


    Thanks OnePlus for those cancerous prices.
     

  13. Sourav.jana
    Cupcake Apr 20, 2020

    Sourav.jana , via OnePlus 7T , Apr 20, 2020 :
    i believe importing from India might have little less in cost
     

  14. Alex_Cerv
    Gingerbread Apr 20, 2020

    Alex_Cerv , Apr 20, 2020 :
    @Pete, @dsmonteiro, @Manu J.

    OK being dispappointed is not that much, maybe angry or something i cannot describe without being a moron...
    In Italy(economically huge hit by CV, but not a point tbh) must pay 260 euro(one third more) for the same price of indian model? Are all Europe damn idiots for you OnePlus? seems so? instead or making everytime different models(same except small modem hardware) do one model with same price tag, you will be sell phones like icecream in summer.
    Except again, you treat Europe as retarded, you will know that most, will buy it from India imported, pay a lot less, then moan everywhere due to updates and bugs(i have few small, buyed from Oneplus)

    let me say that you earn at least 100 euro for 8Pro so:
    55 000 IR = 660 EUR device cost 560, income 100
    EU price = 919 EUR device cost 580, income 339

    so new campain for OnePlus

    Every Indian buyer must know and thank(probably sending gifts and thanks) to a European user, so Indian box may have all instruction how to find its European part to become some kind of discount partner.

    After this, my beautiful beast 7 Pro will last long time, if will die, or i will be in mood of changing, OnePlus(well it does exist?) will not be on my choices, bye bye OP, nothing last forever :-(
     

  15. bobsta
    Honeycomb Apr 20, 2020

    bobsta , Apr 20, 2020 :
    I've read all the posts on here regarding location, logistics, marketing strategies etc. The truth of the matter is that OnePlus have increased prices by a significant amount this time around for the EU, USA and Canada. I bear no grudges towards the Indians and Chinese - it's OnePlus and pricing that I object to. Will OnePlus do anything if sales falter? Unlikely. It is at this point that other manufacturers should step in. The likes of Samsung and Apple just need to release a couple of phones with the latest tech (with their buying power they can get good discounts) and price it lower than OnePlus. It can be done and that’ll soon kick OnePlus into touch and realize they can't take buyers for granted.
     

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  16. Cavist
    Eclair Apr 20, 2020

    Cavist , Apr 20, 2020 :
    Even if you add EU +22% VAT tax (average) to Indian prices, it's still almost 100EUR premium.

    Are people feeling enough "premium" to pay more?
     

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  17. aslamshaikhisdi
    Froyo Apr 20, 2020


  18. bobsta , via OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren Edition , Apr 20, 2020 :
    That's a good question. I'm one of the lucky ones still working but I certainly don't feel "premium" to warrant a purchase even if the current crisis wasn't happening.
     

  19. D.Sai Suhail Baba
    Jelly Bean Apr 20, 2020