YUKI93, 19 Apr 2020Let me just say this: the most expensive Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro 5G cost exactly the same as the most... moreMi 10 is much better buy than OnePlus 8.
But the OnePlus 8 pro is a much better buy than Mi 10 Pro.
AnonD-754814, 19 Apr 2020Yeah ! Like last election. LOL !Very true. But not only like the last US election, but also the upcoming 2020 election between Trump and Biden (most probably).
My last phone to use from this company is OP 6T. They are getting really greedy. I will be looking else where in my next purchase.
The last flagship killer made by OP was the OP3 - then they shifted gears. Since then I've been buying Redmi Note Phones with each new release as they do what OP used to do.
The indian prices show clearly that their USA, Canada, Europe and other of their prices is a complete scam. Overpriced highly. Even Huawei, Samsung, etc, are offering better prices for their flagships today.
The poll is also a bad joke. All positive options for OnePlus, so that pull smell badly. The single option to vote against OnePlus is the 7T. But it doesn't matter, we will vote closing our wallet less in the few countries where it seems that they put the right price. In the rest of the world boycott them!!!!! Avoid the scam, buy good offers from other brands with better phones.
Oneplus 8 and 8 pro is the successor to Oneplus 7 and 7 pro, please do not compare with 7T and 7T pro
AlexP, 19 Apr 2020The OnePlus 8 Pro starts at $900/â‚¬900/Â£800. Thatâ€™s the MSRP o... moreYou might wanna check your fact before digging GSMARENA's fault,
S20 is 799$ in US with warranty.
I don't understand why people are complaining about the 8 Pro, it's not the 7T Pro successor, it's a true flagship phone and the cheapest compared to huawei, apple, samsung and google. The problem is the vanilla 8, that's the true oneplus 7T successor, it offers nothing special compared to the 7T (new soc aside) and the price is unreasonably higher.
title: is oneplus still making itself distinct from other brands
questions: are you getting the latest model or nah
The OnePlus India prices for the 8 series where release a little while ago and all of the US users ought to be pretty pissed off I will never buy another device from them ever again after 4 people don't like being taken advantage of
The flagship price is hard to stomach especially when gaming phones like Red Magic, ROG and Black Shark are taking OnePlus place as flagship killer.
TheArtist, 19 Apr 2020Yes to the question. Why do we still have notch and puncholes.. This is ridiculous. The aspect... moreEven I don't understand the reason behind notches and punch hole. Companies are willing to sacrifice the whole user experience just to increase the screen size by maybe 0.2" which you can't even use it in many games and apps.
Same story with aspect ration, the most used streaming platform in the world is YouTube which has most videos in 16:9 aspect ratio, most TV Series on Netflix and other streaming platforms have 16:9 aspect ration. 20:9 aspect ratio shows letterbox on sides and in fullscreen mode the video gets cropped. So I have no idea at all why these companies use 20:9 instead of 16:9. Even 18:9 is a good option than 20:9 at least use that if not 16:9.
Phones post 2017 are full of garbage (notch, punch hole, curved screen, ads, bloatware, useless aspect ratio), but since these steaming pile of **** are considered to be hot cakes now a days. I'd say, you are out of luck dude at least until the trend shifts to under-display cameras.
Garbage poll options. In response to the title, YES! The 3T, which I still use was probably the last good deal for a OP phone. In any case, I'll never buy a chinese phone ever again. Their flagships have become just as overpriced as Western/Korean phones so I'd rather pay the same or even more for a Samsung or a Pixel and not support the CCP as much.