Ultimate Reviewer, 23 Apr 20205G is "patchy" BECUASE it barely aviable anywhere. Ofc you will get poor reception as 5g is v... moreDid you used the OP 8 Pro? I did and return it so use it and then offer us your opinion on 5G... Until then I can tell you that you're totally wrong
Ultimate Reviewer, 23 Apr 20205G is "patchy" BECUASE it barely aviable anywhere. Ofc you will get poor reception as 5g is v... moreIn many cases you need to input the 5G settings for many networks (they add one by one) and we are getting to the same situations with volte, when OP will not support many networks. I am not talking coverage but compatibility. Please try to understand the difference. It is not about what YOU can use but what the device supports. It is not HATE it is an observation. You like it or you don't, that is not my problem.
AlexP, 23 Apr 2020You are not RealisticCan you please comment to the point if you have something to say related to the device and my point of view?
It you manage to find a list of supported networks in terms of vowifi please share and then let's compare with the mainstream brand. If not, please refrain.
RobinHood, 23 Apr 2020I think OnePlus 8 pro is the beast of Android devices. No one catch up the speed the of OnePlu... moreI mean, unless you are actually playing games, speed is not the most relevant. It is important but there are other things to consider:
- Proper Dual 5G Support (that will arrive at some point via OTA)
- Multiple Vowifi/Volte support (not just for a few networks and this info is not even public)
- Proper UBC C PD support on top of Warp Charge (so not limited to 15W cause they only want to sell they hyper expensive chargers)
- Proper Technical support
Anonymous, 23 Apr 2020They have the price of an iphone but: 5G patchy - you don't even see the option (which exis... more5G is "patchy" BECUASE it barely aviable anywhere. Ofc you will get poor reception as 5g is very limited with all 5g phones. Also vowifi is great on my OnePlus 7 pro and is not such a big feature in my opinion. The OnePlus 8 pro has better displays and cameras then both the phones you listed. Stop hating bruh.
Re: Dual-SIM capability
Anyone who is intending to purchase the OnePlus 8 Pro should be made aware of a recent posting on the OnePlus community site.
(1) The OnePlus 8 Series does NOT and WILL support dual 5G SIM, either now or in the future.
(2) Currently the OnePlus 8 Series does NOT support the following dual-SIM configurations (4G/5G ; 4G/4G). Support for these two configurations shall be made in a future OTA update.
So for now, until an OTA update becomes available, the OnePlus 8 is essentially a single SIM phone. That said, it shouldn't be too long until an update is made available.
I wouldn't be surprised if this oversight is corrected with the 8T version.
If the second SIM slot doubled up as a micro SD slot, this pain would have been more bearable. The wisdom of not incorporating SD card.
Realistic, 23 Apr 2020Well, just look how many VOLTE/VOWIFI does Samsung support and then compare with Oneplus... of... moreso u will pay for mainstream brand that is basically asking over 1lakh INR (ultra) and almost 80K (s plus).. knowing that u r being ripped off with an inferior device with poor battery and performance.
good on you.
JNS, 23 Apr 2020True... It seems everyone wanted all the bells and whistles for the price of One Plus 5. Peopl... moreWell, just look how many VOLTE/VOWIFI does Samsung support and then compare with Oneplus... of course I'm willing to pay 1000 euro to have volte and vowifi with almost any network in the world and not 1000 euros to have very limited support with oneplus? This is why people stick with mainstream brands.
Anonymous, 22 Apr 2020everyone there is someone that complaining ! everytime! they wanted wireless charging, they wa... moreTrue... It seems everyone wanted all the bells and whistles for the price of One Plus 5. People might pay for Samsung Galaxy S20 with Exynos (India) instead of going for this, just to protest one plus raising prices.
Nirosky, 23 Apr 2020That's your opinion. I grade phones by brand/quality/Spec and not by country or location.
As... moreThey made the market more competitive but no longer the case... At this price, it should be considered a premium device but lacking many features as compared to Samsung/Huawei/Iphone: Volte/Vowifi support which is a must in 2020
I don't care if they are a small producer or not, 1000 EUROS, they should have it
They have the price of an iphone but:
5G patchy - you don't even see the option (which exists on Mi 10 Pro and Samsung S20 Ultra)
Volte/Vowifi very limited vs competition
This is unacceptable in 2020.
Technical support limited AT Best
So the only thing that has improved so far it the price and their level of autism in listening to consumer. It's a joke.
PaRas, 23 Apr 2020samsung has 9W reverse wireless chargingAnd?
egcg, 22 Apr 2020Will never pay $900 for a Chinese phone.That's your opinion. I grade phones by brand/quality/Spec and not by country or location.
As long as the phone has what I want I go for it.
Bear in mind Chinese phones have made the smartphone market more competitive. Cheers
im using gp2 for a couple years, and im thinking about upgrading to this phone, can anyone tell me that this phone is recommended?
I think OnePlus 8 pro is the beast of Android devices. No one catch up the speed the of OnePlus provided to it's devices however it will take some time to get all the apps optimized for OnePlus 8 pro!