The days when the brandOnePlus Served as a quality alternative to the flagship products of other manufacturers at half the price are officially behind us, it seems - when the new generation was unveiled with an initial recommended cost of 700 euros
It's no secret that top smartphone prices have been rising steadily in recent years, with a common price of $ 800 or Euro for the most advanced models a few years ago becoming $ 1,000 or Euro as a base, with even more advanced and sophisticated models leaping above this threshold - and the order seems to be The new global also allows manufacturers who built the good oil as a more competitive and informed choice (without compromising technology and processing power) to enjoy increased profit margins.
עבור OnePlus Chinese, which has become a popular choice in quite a few Western markets since 2014, the process began several years ago - and now with the official announcement for OnePlus 8 andOnePlus 8 Pro It seems that everyone can agree that the company's devices can no longer belong to the popular and budgetary category, for better or worse.
The standard OnePlus 8 maintains a display panel very similar to that of the OnePlus 7T, with 6.55-inch Super AMOLED technology (known as Fluid AMOLED), and a 2,400 × 1,080-pixel resolution alongside support for the HDR10 + standard and a refresh rate of 90 Hz, chip Snapdragon 865 updated of course with the addition of a modem Snapdragon X55 for 5G network support, 4GB or 8GB LPDDR12X memory, storage Fast internal UFS 3.0 standard of 128GB or 256GB, connectivity Wi-Fi 802.11ax Dual-channel and 4,300mAh battery with fast Warp Charge 30T charging up to 30 watts.
The exterior design of the smartphone returns to a style similar to the OnePlus 7 from the middle of last year with a triangular photo array inside a vertical elliptical element in the center of the device body, and with a 16-megapixel selfie camera in a tiny 'hole' notch on the top left of the screen. There is an Android 10 system with an OxygenOS 10.0 interface above it, chip Built-in NFC, under-screen optical fingerprint scanner, array speakers Stereo and main photo array that includes a 48-megapixel main sensor with optical stabilization, a 16-megapixel sensor for wide-angle photography and a 2-megapixel macro sensor - where what you will not find in this device is a 3.5 mm slot for headphones, Infrared transmitter, radio receiver, formal water protection or wireless charging support.
The big one OnePlus 8 Pro certainly stands out as the more interesting choice in the current incarnation, with an elongated 6.78-inch Fluid AMOLED screen with a resolution of 3,160 × 1,440 pixels, with support for a unique 10-bit display and support for a new increased refresh rate of 120 Hz, chip Snapdragon 865 combined with memory 5GB or 8GB LPDDR12 and 3.0GB or 128GB internal UFS 256 storage, connectivity Wi-Fi Dual-channel 802.11ax connectivity Bluetooth 5.1 up to date and 4,510mAh battery with support for both fast 30 watt wired charging and fast 30 watt wireless charging (along with a 5 watt reverse charge as a bonus).
The OnePlus 8 Pro symbolizes a welcome and significant change for the manufacturer with official support for IP68 water and dust protection, similar to the flagship products of companies such as Samsung, Apple, Huawei, Sony and LG - and there are also chip Built-in NFC course, built-in optical fingerprint scanner, speakers Stereophonic and square main photo array (in a centered design very similar toOnePlus 8 standard, as well as toOnePlus 7T Pro) with a main 48-megapixel unit, an additional 48-megapixel unit for wide-angle photography, an 8-megapixel telephoto unit with optical stabilization and a 5-megapixel depth sensor.
The pair of models will be available for pre-purchase in European countries within a week, which may also indicate that an official launch in Israel will arrive in a relatively short time - but the prices will be the highest ever in the OnePlus family: from 700 euros (including tax) to The basic OnePlus 8 with 8GB of RAM And 128 GB for storage, 800 euros for OnePlus 8 with doubled storage capacity and 12 GB of RAM, Up to 900 euros and 1,000 euros perOnePlus 8 Pro with 128GB for storage and 256GB for storage respectively. A jump of 150 euros for theOnePlus 8 and 200 for Euro-OnePlus 8 Pro in just one year, compared to opening prices for theOnePlus 7 andOnePlus 7 Pro which stood at 550 euros and 700 euros respectively.
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