The most striking thing about the Oneplus 8 Pro is its design and display. The 6.78-inch device has round edges, with screen extending all the way, and a matte finish on the back, giving it a premium feel. Though it is slightly longer than 8, it is still quite convenient to use with one hand. The 8 Pro comes with a fluid AMOLED QHD+ display and a 120 Hz refresh rate. The result is a display with stunning color and details and makes watching videos and playing games an immersive experience.
The pop camera is gone, and what we have is an in-screen selfie camera on the top left of the screen. Notifications on display come right next to it, and this new design quite welcomes change. Inside a phone, there is the Oxygen OS with lots of customization options. 8 Pro also has Dark Theme 2.0, a universal dark mode.
OnePlus 8 Pro comes in three colors. The 8 GB and 12 GB RAM options, with storage going up to 256 GB with snapdragon 865 chipsets, be assured of an incredibly smooth experience. No matter what usage, The camera is a major upgrade to the 7T Pro and the 8. The quad-camera comes with a 48-megapixel wide an 8-megapixel telephoto and 5-megapixel depth camera. OnePlus captures very good pictures in daylight conditions. The three lens options allow you to take wide, and closer angels, each delivering great details. It doesn’t disappoint in low-lit conditions either. The 8 Pro comes with a 4510 mAh battery, wireless charging and is water-resistant. 8 GB + 128GB at 54,999 Rs and 12 GB + 256GB at 59,999 Rs.
In conclusion, the OnePlus 8 Pro is the most expensive phone from OnePlus yet. But if a premium device is what you are looking for, then the OnePlus is a great choice. In comparison, the Galaxy Notes and iPhones are a lot more expensive.
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