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The OnePlus 8T is the best OnePlus so far. Here's why.

  1. Hammad1234
    Froyo Nov 16, 2020

  2. ashil17
    Gingerbread Nov 16, 2020


  3. Vishal Chanchala
    Eclair Nov 16, 2020

    Vishal Chanchala , via OnePlus 8T , Nov 16, 2020 :
    If your bluetooth gets paired successfully and you are not able to hear anything from it then your bluetooth device doesn't support HD audio (AAC) format so it goes into silent. Go to settings, bluetooth and device connection then select bluetooth where you can see your paired bluetooth device. Click on the gear icon beside the paired device name and under HD audio select SBC option. While doing this whole process your bluetooth device should be connected to OnePlus 8T. My boat airpods were going into silent and when I switched it to SBC option they are working fine till date. Try this and do let me know if it's working for you as well.
     

  4. Onnem101
    Eclair Nov 16, 2020

    Onnem101 , Nov 16, 2020 :
    Nice review! The Oneplus 8T is indeed a very nice phone. Also it would be nice to see the comeback of the 2.5 mm audio jack port in the next Oneplus phone's. that's something i still miss these days.
     

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  5. Mateenk
    Donut Nov 16, 2020

  6. ANIX JOJU SEBASTIAN
    Gingerbread Nov 16, 2020


  7. M157164958108
    Cupcake Nov 16, 2020


  8. MTk88
    Cupcake Nov 16, 2020

    MTk88 , via OnePlus 8 Pro , Nov 16, 2020 :
    I think it depends much on what device you're coming from, personally I am at my first experience with OP and I just got the 8 pro, I upgraded from a S10+ and boy it really feels like an upgrade, the display is amazing, warp charge is truly something else and I simply love oxygen OS...I had all the samsungs since the S2 and now I am genuinely convinced that I made the right choice between the S20 Ultra and the 8 Pro...don't think I'm gonna go back anymore.
     

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  9. Subh_Chandan
    Eclair Nov 16, 2020

    Subh_Chandan , via OnePlus 8T , Nov 16, 2020 :
    Any one facing black smearing in dark mode in settings when u scroll up and down plss tell me only one plus have this problems I think like green tint and black smearing no other brand like samsung and I phone or huawei
     

  10. Subhbettiah
    Gingerbread Nov 16, 2020



  11. Kanny_7
    Cupcake Nov 16, 2020

  12. nickrabbo
    Donut Nov 16, 2020

    nickrabbo , via OnePlus 8T , Nov 16, 2020 :
    Does the ultrawide angle camera on the 8T not have focus capability? This is really unfortunate if it's the case.

    In this set of two photos, I used the regular main wide camera to focus first on the phone in foreground. You can see the text on the phone is sharp. Then I focused on the bottle in background. You can see this worked normally:


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    Then I switched to ultrawide camera and did the same test. You'll see both pictures look similar in terms of focus between foreground and background:


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  13. nickrabbo
    Donut Nov 16, 2020


  14. sunil lahoti
    Cupcake Nov 16, 2020


  15. M.Word
    Froyo Nov 16, 2020

    M.Word , Nov 16, 2020 :
    This is just how cameras work. The wide angle lens has a smaller aperture (f2.2) than the main one (f1.8) which gives it a much larger depth of field - so much more is in focus in the frame. It's not software focus or anything the phone is doing wrong, it's just how lenses work.
     

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  16. nickrabbo
    Donut Nov 17, 2020

    nickrabbo , via OnePlus 8T , Nov 17, 2020 :
    With all due respect, no, that's NOT how cameras work. If that was the case, how come I'm able to select different focal points on the ultrawide camera on the iPhone 12?
    If that's not enough, check out this excerpt from Android Authority which states: said:
    "Phones with fixed focus ultra-wide cameras don’t give you the benefit of tapping to focus anywhere. Tapping usually only adjusts the exposure. Instead, your phone can only focus on objects/subjects far away or landscapes and other backgrounds.
    Having autofocus can also yield better ultra-wide images in general, as the camera is able to properly focus on the desired scene instead of just taking a fixed-focus shot that ends up looking soft."

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.an...ra-wide-cameras-smartphone-guide-1165562/amp/
     

  17. nickrabbo
    Donut Nov 17, 2020

    nickrabbo , via OnePlus 8T , Nov 17, 2020 :
    With all due respect, no, that's NOT how cameras work. If that was the case, how come I'm able to select different focal points on the ultrawide camera on the iPhone 12?

    If that's not enough, check out this excerpt from Android Authority which states:

    "Phones with fixed focus ultra-wide cameras don’t give you the benefit of tapping to focus anywhere. Tapping usually only adjusts the exposure. Instead, your phone can only focus on objects/subjects far away or landscapes and other backgrounds.

    Having autofocus can also yield better ultra-wide images in general, as the camera is able to properly focus on the desired scene instead of just taking a fixed-focus shot that ends up looking soft."


    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.an...ra-wide-cameras-smartphone-guide-1165562/amp/
     

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  18. DirtyMeow
    Donut Nov 17, 2020


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  19. Anuj kala
    Cupcake Nov 17, 2020

    Anuj kala , via OnePlus 7T , Nov 17, 2020 :
    High end specs but still no telephoto lens. Actually I don't know much about this however every single high end phones have telephoto lens