Although OnePlus no longer uses the motto, they still embody the spirit of & # 39; Flagship Killer & # 39 ;. OnePlus is known for offering first-class bang for your buck smartphones every year. Of all the rumors and leaks so far, the OnePlus 8 Pro will continue this tradition and will probably be one of the best phones in 2020.
The OnePlus 8 Pro will not be slow based on everything we know and can assume . It comes from a year in which even as more prominent players enter his space, it still offers much better value. With a reversing camera ranked tenth by DxoMark, the 8 Pro is perhaps the first camera from OnePlus where the average consumer praises it. But OnePlus is even improving in areas where this is not necessary, making an already great phone a great phone.
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The OnePlus 8 Pro improves in almost every category compared to the 7 Pro. The fast charging is better, the display is now 1
We think that OnePlus will be the OnePlus 8 series phones in May 2020. Based on last year's release, we do not expect a pre-order date. Instead, we expect OnePlus to make the phone public the first Friday after the event.
- Release Date: May 2020
- Pre-Order Date: N / A
- Announced: May 2020
With the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 this year costs more money thanks to the required addition of the 5G modem, OnePlus is likely to minimize the price increase by leaving the storage options the same as last year. Rumors indicate that the OnePlus 8 Pro will be available on the same 128 GB internal storage at the entry level. It also has a 256 GB version and also 512 GB, with a higher amount of RAM.
- Available storage: 128 GB, 256 GB or 512 GB (McLaren Edition)
- Expandable storage: no
- Standard: UFS 3.0
Last year, OnePlus shook things up last year by introducing the world to their first "Pro" edition. This was a new line-up, separate from the "T" series, which closely matches their original slogan of "Flagship Killer."
We are on unknown territory this year because we are not sure which version the US will get, the OnePlus 8, 8 Pro or 8 Lite. Based on last year, we would get the 8 Pro first in the US, which means that the price should be about the same as the 7 Pro. But with Apple selling iPhone 11 & # 39; s for $ 749, we don't expect OnePlus to make their MSRP much higher than last year's $ 669 price tag.
- Price: $ 669 (128 GB with 6 GB RAM), $ 699 (256 GB with 8 GB RAM), $ 899 (512 GB with 12 GB RAM McLaren edition)
- Manufacturer's protection : Screen Protection Plan – $ 39.00 (6 months), $ 70.00 (12 months), Accidental Damage Protection Plan – $ 89.00 (12 months), $ 155.00 (24 months), Extended warranty – $ 46.00 (12 months), OnePlus Protection Plus Plan – $ 189.00 (24 months)
- Accessories: $ 34.95 (bumper cover), $ 99.00 (bullets) Wireless 2 Black) , $ 34.95 (protective cover), $ 62.90 (travel bundle), $ 54.90 (Warp Charge 30 Power bundle), $ 79.85 (Lifestyle bundle) and $ 119.80 (Premium bundle)  Body
Rumor has it that the OnePlus 8 Pro follows the same design language as previous phones and most phones are coming out this year. Both sides of the phone are made of glass, but unlike other smartphones, the back is matte, making it less sensitive to fingerprints. The warning slider is still present on the right side of the phone.
- Frame: glass (rear and front), aluminum (center frame)
- Finish: Unknown
Basics  It must again be exclusive to T-Mobile. The unlocked variant should work on AT & T and T-Mobile networks and, thanks to certification, also on Verizon. Last year, vacancies at OnePlus indicated that they wanted to extend the support of their careers to all four American airlines. There is a chance that this will come to fruition, but so far nothing has come up.
- Height: 6.51 inch
- Width: 2.93 inch
- Depth: 0.35 inch
- Weight: Unknown
- Fabric / water resistance: no official rating
- Supported carriers: AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless
- Infrared blaster: no
The operating temperatures must be exactly what we expect from every smartphone, with the same ranges as other popular models such as the Galaxy S11 and iPhone 11 Pro. However, we do not currently know the temperature ranges for when the phone is switched off, nor do we know the level of humidity and altitude that the devices can withstand.
- Operating temperature: 32 ° F –95 ° F
- Non-operating temperature: Unknown
- Relative humidity: Unknown
- Operating height: Unknown
One thing we know for sure is that OnePlus 8 Pro is the latest version of the Android operating system, Android 10, will perform. Although we fully expect that Android 11 should be in beta form by the time this phone is announced, the stable version is not ready.
Android 10 is an important shift for Google. This is the first operating system without a dessert code name, instead you choose just one number. There are more than 60 important changes that we have highlighted here but the largest are a system-wide dark mode, faster updates via the Play Store and fully screen-based navigation.
As usual, OnePlus 8 Pro will run the latest version of Oxygen OS on Android 10. Currently, the latest version is OxygenOS 10.0, but we expect the 8 Pro to run an even newer version with specific features for the new hardware.  OxygenOS has remained a leader in the OEM skins package, giving non-root users many LineageOS functions. Thanks to improvements to Android and the lightweight nature of OxygenOS, OnePlus is one of the fastest manufacturers when it comes to updates, updating the 7 Pro to Android 10 a just 16 days after the official release. In addition to Google and Essential, no OEM was faster.
The screen should again be 6.7 inches, but rumors indicate that it will use a refresh rate of 120 Hz. And it will still use a 1440p OLED panel, so image quality is not sacrificed for this high refresh rate.
The OnePlus 8 Pro will also no longer be a single screen without obstacles to obstruct the image. Instead of a pop-up mechanism such as last year's 7 Pro, it will use the perforation chart found in the Samsung Galaxy S10 and Note 10. Like the Galaxy S10 and S10 +, it has shifted to one side, but in one the left corner. This change solves the concerns of many users about the reliability of the pop-up camera in the OnePlus 7 Pro.
- Screen size: 6.7 inch
- Screen resolution: 3180 x 1440 pixels
- Total pixels: 4,579,200? pixels
- Pixel density: 521 ppi
- Screen type: 2nd gen. liquid AMOLED (bent)
- HDR: HDR10 / 10 +
- Notch: no
- Punch hole: yes
- Screen-body ratio: less than 93, 22% percent
- Aspect ratio: Unknown
- Minimum brightness: Unknown  Maximum brightness: Unknown
- Refresh rate: 120 Hz (120 Hz for touch sensitivity)  Color temp: Unknown
- Color range: Unknown
The OnePlus 8 Pro is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865, the latest SoC from Qualcomm. The new chip works at the same frequency as last year's Snapdragon 855, but with more modern cores that contribute to faster performance and better energy efficiency. The real change is for gamers, because the GPU is 25% faster than last year's Adreno 640.
In addition to its rough performance, this chip offers a large number of upgrades across the board, including support for displays with a higher refresh rate, the ability to shoot 8K at 30 fps and 4K at 120 fps, native support for super slow motion at 960 fps, better AI support and 5G connectivity (more on that later).
Regarding RAM, rumors indicate that the entry-level model starts at 6 GB. The 256 GB (which is probably the best value for money) is linked with 8 GB and the McLaren edition is linked with 12 GB. Memory: 6 GB, 8 GB, 12 GB RAM LPDDR5
Early leaks give a 4,500 mAh of battery, an increase of 12.5% over last year. However, the battery life is probably comparable to last year thanks to the 120 Hz display. For wired charging, OnePlus 8 Pro will upgrade to a 50 W Super Warp charger. As there has been no significant improvement in wireless charging, OnePlus is unlikely to include the technology in the 8 Pro.
- Battery: rechargeable lithium ion
- Capacity: 4,500 mAh, 3.85 volts (17.33) watt-hour)
- Wired charging: yes, Super Warp charger  Wireless charging: no
For 7 Pro users, one of the first changes you will notice is the removal of the motorized slider with the front camera. OnePlus has instead opted for a hole design (similar to Samsung) on the left side of the screen. We think this will be a controversial change.
In addition to the location, OnePlus switches from the 16 MP sensor to a 32 MP Sony IMX 616 sensor. On the 8 Pro, it also has a Time-of-Flight (ToF) camera that not only improves depth detection in photos, but also facial recognition. Early leaks indicate that only the 8 Pro will have this addition, while the OnePlus 8 and 8 Lite will use an in-display fingerprint scanner.
- Resolution: 32 MP + ToF sensor
- Aperture: Unknown
- Sensor size: 1 / 2.8 "
- Pixel size: 0.80 µm
- Model : Sony IMX616
- Zoom: Unknown
- Flash: yes, screen flash
- Image stabilization: yes, OIS
- RAW support: yes
- ] Object detection: yes
- Formats: JPEG, RAW  Reversing camera
Last year's 7 Pro scores well in the DxoMark tests and we expect the 8 Pro to continue this improvement with a combination of AI, Qualcomm & # 39; s new ISP and better image recognition.
Regarding hardware, the 8 Pro will have a lot to work with, because OnePlus gives it another triple rear camera & # 39; s. The primary camera & # 39 ; s are 64 MP Sony IMX686 sensors.This is the newest sensor to Sony and allegedly ƒ / 1.4 aperture. to a 20 MP telephoto, and 12 MP ultra-wide, and ToF sensor. The other lenses have ƒ / 2.2 and ƒ / 2.4 respectively.
- Configuration: Wide Angle, Telephoto, Ultra-Large, ToF
- Resolution: 64 MP (Primary), 20 MP (Primary) Telephoto), 12 MP (Ultra-Wide)
- Pixel Size: 0.8 µm (primary), Unknown (telephoto), Unknown (ultra-wide)
- Sensor size: 1 / 1.94 "or 1 / 1.72"
- Aperture: ƒ / 1.4 (primary), ƒ / 2.2 (telephoto), ƒ / 2.4 (ultra wide)
- Sensor: Sony IMX686 (primary)
- Zoom: yes, 3x optical, 10x hybrid, unknown digital
- Flash: yes, double-tone LED
- Image stabilization: yes, OIS + EIS (primary)
- RAW support: yes  Lens cap: sapphire glass
- Object detection: yes
- Formats: JPEG, RAW
Regarding videography, we don't know much about performance but speculate. In particular, thanks to the new SoC, it should be able to make video recordings up to 8K at 30 fps. Recording in slow motion no longer has a set duration, so you can record unlimited at 720p at 960 fps. There is also a chance that it supports slow motion at 4K because the SoC is capable.
- Resolution: 720p, 1080p, 4K and 8K
- Maximum frame rate: 30 fps for 720p and 8K, 60 fps for 1080p and 4K
- Slow motion: yes, 4K at 120 fps, 1080p at 240 fps and 720p at 960 fps
- Time-lapse: yes
- Photos: Unknown
- Zoom: Unknown
- Speed camera access : yes, see above
- Image stabilization: yes, see above
- Object detection: Unknown
- Autofocus: Unknown
- Audio: stereo
- Formats: H.264
After the OnePlus 7 Pro first brought stereo speakers, we expect the 8 Pro too. The speakers are likely to be upgraded while maintaining their Dolby Atmos certification. And before you ask, the headphone jack won't come back.
- 3.5 mm headphone jack: no
- Stereo speakers: yes, front and bottom fires
- Mics: Unknown  Max. Speaker volume: Unknown
The OnePlus 8 Pro contains a number of additional audio formats, including EAC3, EAC3-JOC and AC4. Audio: MP3, AAC, AAC +, WMA, AMR-NB, AMR-WB, WAV, FLAC, APE, OGG, MID, M4A, IMY, AC3, EAC3, EAC3-JOC, AC4  Video: MKV, MOV, MP4, H.265 (HEVC), AVI, WMV, TS, 3GP, FLV, WEBM
The OnePlus 8 Pro contains the same sensors as the OnePlus 7 Pro.
- Sensors: accelerometer, color temperature ambient light, compass, gyroscope, proximity
We believe that the OnePlus 8 Pro retains the double frequency GNSS of its predecessor. The 7 Pro was the first dual-frequency phone to be released in the US and it is likely that OnePlus will continue to offer this benefit.
- GPS: yes (L1 + L5)
- aGPS: yes
- Glonass: yes
- BeiDou: yes
- Galileo: yes (E1 + E5a)
- QZSS: no
It must also have Wi-Fi 6, making it the first OnePlus phone with the latest version of Wi-Fi . With a push from providers toward eSIM, don't be surprised if it's included in the OnePlus 8 Pro, but so far no rumors have mentioned its inclusion.
- Wi-Fi: 802.11 a / b / g / n / ac / ax 2×2 MIMO
- Bluetooth: 5
- NFC: yes
- Mobile: dual nano-SIM
- Port: USB Type-C 3.1 GEN 1
Due to Qualcomm's policy of forcing OEMs to buy the 5G modem with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865, the 8 Pro a 5G phone. FDD LTE: B1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, 28, 29, 32, 6
For the first time in a OnePlus device, safe face recognition must be available. The 8 Pro uses the ToF sensor to create a 3D map of your face that is stored locally with Qualcomm Snapdragon Trust Execution Environment (QTEE). Although this method will probably not be fast as a face unlock on the iPhone or Pixel, it is safe.
- Fingerprint scanner: no
- Face scanner: yes
- Iris scanner: no
- Manual authentication: password, pin code, pattern, wipe
In the box we expect the same package as the 7 Pro with only two changes, the 8 Pro instead of the 7 Pro and the new Super Warp charging adapter suitable for 50 W.
- OnePlus 8 Pro
- Super Warp charger (50 W) Power adapter
- Warp Type-C cable (USB 2.0 support)
- Quick Start Guide
- Welcome letter
- Safety information and warranty card
- LOGO sticker
- Screen protector (pre-applied)
- SIM drawer