|Model Name||OnePlus 8 NORD 5G|
|RAM Size||256 GB|
|Memory Storage Capacity||256 GB|
|Flash Memory Installed Size||12|
|Digital Storage Capacity||12 GB|
|Operating System||Android 10.0|
|Special Features||Dual SIM, 4K Video Recording|
|Mounting Hardware||OnePlus 8 NORD, Warp Charge 30T Power Adapter, Warp Type-C Cable (Support USB 2.0), Quick Start Guide, Welcome Letter, Safety Information and Warranty Card, LOGO Sticker, Transparent Case, Screen Protector (pre-applied), SIM Tray Ejector|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Standing screen display size||6.44 Inches|
|Optical Sensor Resolution||48 MP|
|Supported Audio Format||Playback: MP3, AAC, AAC+, WMA, AMR-NB, AMR-WB, WAV, FLAC, APE, OGG, MID, M4A, IMY, AC3, EAC3, EAC3-JOC, AC4|
|Device interface - primary||Touchscreen|
|Product Dimensions||15.83 x 7.33 x 0.82 cm; 184 Grams|
|Item Weight||184 g|
|Batteries||1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)|
|Date First Available||21 July 2020|
OnePlus NORD (5G) 12GB RAM 256GB UK SIM-Free Smartphone with Quad Camera, Dual SIM and 2 Years Warranty - Blue Marble
|Price:||+ $13.36 Delivery|
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|Model Name||OnePlus 8 NORD 5G|
|Memory storage capacity||256 GB|
|Operating System||Android 10.0|
About this item
- 6.44” 90 Hz AMOLED Display. Scrolling is smoother, swiping is snappier and everything feels more responsive on this incredibly smooth display. Once you go 90 Hz, there’s no going back.
- Four rear and Two front cameras - but who’s counting? 48MP Primary rear sensor with optical image stabilisation (OIS) + 8MP Ultra wide angle, 5MP Depth, and 2MP Macro Camera. 32MP Primary front sensor + 8MP Ultra wide angle camera.
- 12GB RAM + 256 GB internal storage for stutter-free performance, powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G 5G Mobile Platform.
- A full day’s power in just 30 minutes with Warp Charge 30T. 4100 mAh Battery that keeps up with you all day.
- OxygenOS 10.5 - complete with gesture navigations and Zen Mode. Also pre-installed with Google communication apps - including Messages, Phone and Duo - for the safest user experience.
- Included components: OnePlus 8 NORD, Warp Charge 30T Power Adapter, Warp Type-C Cable (Support USB 2.0), Quick Start Guide, Welcome Letter, Safety Information and Warranty Card, LOGO Sticker, Transparent Case, Screen Protector (pre-applied), SIM Tray Ejector
- Operating system: Android 10.0
- Wireless communication technology: Cellular
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OnePlus Nord - Pretty much everything you could ask for Powerful front camera Ultra clear selfie, Ultra wide angle selfie with your friend or family just one click 90 Hz Fluid 6.44" Display Smooth, Responsive, and Amazingly Vivid 4100mAh battery and Warp Charge 30T, gives you a day’s power in half an hour Quad camera - 48 MP Main Camera with OIS, Ultra wide angle Camera and Macro Camera Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G gives you a high-performance. Including 5G connectivity.
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It kills the background process so you are not able to get notifications while the phone is not unblocked/used. That means, that you won't get whatsapp messages on time. Whatsapp web doesn't work either because of this. Turning the battery optimization off didn't work. Totally unacceptable for a more than 400 pounds phone (not even for a 100 one).
I will wait until the new oxygen version is released for it and I will return it if not fixed. But after googling a bit you can tell that this problem has been there for a while.
The best thing about the phone is the extraordinary 5G data transfer speeds; it takes a full 7 seconds to download a 1 hour television programme wirelessly from BBC iPlayer. Seeing this feature in operation with my own eyes on my home network was one of those lightbulb moments that a) 5G is no joke or affectation; data transfer speeds are *everything* in mobile technology and b) whatever the share price says, Apple are dead in the water; their closed loop technology model makes so many things that should be effortless unnecessarily difficult if not impossible. Having struggled with iTunes for the last 10 years and having used this phone for three weeks I would say confidently Apple are done, living on borrowed time and will eventually go the same way as Nokia.
Data transfer, processing capacity and memory size are all fantastic but there are some issues. First, battery life is poor. OnePhone's warp charging is *really* fast but you are quickly aware that this phone has minimal battery capacity; if you are more than a moderate user and cannot recharge at least on a daily basis or dislike using an external portable charging source think very carefully about this phone. Turning the gloomy default brightness (someone let marketing out if their padded cell to fiddle with the standard specs I think) up to something that is actually visible and shows the screens capabilities only makes the problem worse. I am lucky in working from a desk, if I was on the road I would always have a couple of back up external batteries to hand; you are certainly going to need them. Second the instructions with the phone are superficial, remote support is limited and the device has some usability howlers. The worst example of this, the phone's file system shows in File Explorer in an anonymous subfolder called AC2003 with a completely separate, unrelated and practically useless but boldly labelled OnePlus Directory complete with OnePlus logo that lists only the drivers. Why didn't they put everything in a Folder called "OnePlus Nord?"... I am not surprised to read several new users struggling initially to connect the phone to their PC... Add to this their online support is very poor, I am typically kept hanging around for hours while some knownothing asks irrelevant questions pitched way above my head in an attempt buy time to read an online manual and in an attempt not to look stupid. I would rate the online support 2/10 - it really is that bad. So battery life and some issues about usability show I spent £400 rather than £1000 but overall I am hopeful it has enough processing, memory and data transfer horsepower to future proof me and give the 8 years I got out of the iPhone.
I contacted them about it by talk on the site
It send round and round in circles asking the same questioAll that was missing was the pin to insert my SIM
In the end I gave up
Then I was asked if there was ani else
I stated that if I turned it off to charge and then turned it back on ,all red and green Chinese came up on the phone
Then it went off and reset itself
I said I would see how it goes over the next few days
It was OK so I loaded a few Apps and next time I charged it up they disappeared and it resit itself again
It is now nearing the 30 days I have to send it back if it happens again
I will send it back
It's a pity because other than the problem about resetting itself the phone is great