A listing in the Giztop web store (now removed) revealed the full specs for OnePlus 8, OnePlus 8 Pro, and OnePlus 8 Lite. While the list should be taken with a grain of salt, the specs do agree with earlier rumors and leaks. As expected, OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro will be equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 865. However, OnePlus 8 Lite will opt for MediaTek MTK Dimensity 1000. Other specifications (listed below) are decidedly flagship level. The OnePlus 8 is one of the most anticipated phones of 2020. Thanks to an accidental early release from the e-commerce site Giztop, we now know what to expect from the 2020 "Flagship Killer". Perhaps the most surprising revelation is the CPU that powers the OnePlus 8 Lite, a reduced version of the OnePlus 8.


Despite MediaTek's history of disappointing SoCs, Dimensity 1000 has proven to outperform the Snapdragon 855 Plus at some benchmarks, at least based on early leaks. Both Snapdragon 865 and Dimensional 1000 support 5G connectivity, though the leaks don't mention 5G support. As such, it is still unknown if the OnePlus 8 family will be 5G-ready, but given OnePlus's penchant for making "iconic killer" smartphones, 5G connectivity remains a possibility. While these specs were taken directly from the Giztop web store, they still need to be taken with a grain of salt. We have not seen an official presentation of OnePlus 8, OnePlus 8 Pro or OnePlus 8 Lite, so nothing here should be seen as final. However, these specifications coincide with previous leaks and rumors. If these specifications and prices are true, the OnePlus 8 family can return the brand to its "flagship killer" status. In a world of ever-increasing smartphone price tags, a phone under $ 550 with premium specs is sure to be a hit. What do you think about OnePlus 8 Pro, OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Lite? Let us know in the comments.

OnePlus 8 Pro review:


OnePlus' latest top-range 8 Pro phone puts Samsung on the alert, with a sleek design, 120Hz, 5G display, upgraded cameras, and even wireless charging. Starting at £ 799, the 8 Pro builds on the success of last year's £ 649 7 Pro and £ 699 7T Pro, but priced higher on par with its premium rivals. By offering it, OnePlus has shifted from its self-proclaimed "flagship killer" roots of cut prices to competing directly with people like Samsung and Apple without a huge price advantage. The 8 Pro simplifies the design of last year's models. Gone is the new pop-up selfie camera, replaced by a more traditional hole punch located one-sixth of the top left of the screen. It is small and quite discreet during use. OnePlus' latest top-range 8 Pro phone puts Samsung on the alert, with a sleek design, 120Hz, 5G display, upgraded cameras, and even wireless charging. Starting at £ 799, the 8 Pro builds on the success of last year's £ 649 7 Pro and £ 699 7T Pro, but priced higher on par with its premium rivals. By offering it, OnePlus has shifted from its self-proclaimed "flagship killer" roots of cut prices to competing directly with people like Samsung and Apple without a huge price advantage.


The 8 Pro simplifies the design of last year's models. Gone is the new pop-up selfie camera, replaced by a more traditional hole punch located one-sixth of the top left of the screen. It is small and quite discreet during use. The difference between previous standard 60Hz displays and a 120Hz display is quite different: scrolling through lists, sites, content, and other animations is much smoother at 120Hz. It is difficult to return. The display can be used in FHD + or QHD + at 120Hz, unlike the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, which is limited to FHD + at 120Hz. This year, a glass top isn't just aesthetic, as the 8 Pro is OnePlus' first phone to wirelessly charge, more on that later. The 74.4mm-wide 199g 8 Pro is 1.5mm narrower and 7g lighter than last year's models, making it much more manageable than most, including the oversized Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra. I didn't feel the need to immediately put a Popsocket or a phone ring on the back to help me hold it. However, it is 2.7mm longer than the 7T Pro, making it more difficult to fit comfortably in a pocket. The 8 Pro has the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor with 8 or 12 GB of RAM, depending on the storage version, as the OnePlus 8 and performed equally brilliantly: agile and more responsive than anything else, with built-in 5G capability. too. The 8 Pro also matches the 8 in battery life. It lasts more than 32 hours between charges, so it is from 7 a.m. M. From the first day until 3 p.m. M. From the second day.

Three of the 32 hours were spent on 4G, the rest connected to Wi-Fi, with the FHD + 120Hz screen on for more than five hours, including 50 minutes of video, plus seven hours of Spotify through Bluetooth headsets and about 20 photos. Increasing the screen resolution to QHD + reduced battery life by just an hour or so. 5G's performance was similar to that of a Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra in EE and Vodafone, but I couldn't test its impact on battery life during the crash in the UK. The phone is limited to 4G only when two sims are used at the same time, pending an update. Warp Charge 30T super fast cable charge reached 50% in 28 minutes and full charge in 77 minutes. New for this year is Optimized Charging, which conserves the battery by delaying charging 100% overnight until just before you normally need it. Another novelty for the 8 Pro is wireless charging, which includes Qi and OnePlus patented Warp Charge 30 standard wireless charging, which requires a special charger with a cooling fan but reaches a peak of 30W, considerably faster than the five to 15W offered by its rivals. The 8 Pro can also wirelessly charge other Qi-enabled devices from its back. Sustainability OnePlus rates the battery in the 8 Pro for 800 full charge cycles up to 80% capacity, better than the typical 500. Battery longevity is enhanced by the optimized charging system. The battery can be replaced and OnePlus can generally repair the smartphone in the UK. The firm offers an exchange program for both its own phones and the models of its rivals. He did not comment on the use of recycled materials in his smartphones.

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