|Model Name||OnePlus 8T|
|RAM Size||12 GB|
|Memory Storage Capacity||256 GB|
|Flash Memory Installed Size||256|
|Digital Storage Capacity||12 GB|
|Operating System||Android 11, Android|
|Special Features||Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 + X55, Up to 12G RAM and 256 UFS3.1 ROM, Ultra Wide Lens: 16 MP IMX481 Macro Lens: 5 MP Monochrome Lens: 2 MP123° FOV f/2.2 FF, 120Hz fluid display, Main Camera: 48 MP IMX586 OIS 0.8μm 1/2” f/1.7 6P OIS and EIS|
|Mounting Hardware||Oneplus 8T, Warp Type-C Cable，Power Adapter， Ejector tool，Quick Start Guide, Safety Information and Warranty Card|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Standing screen display size||6.55 Inches|
|Optical Sensor Resolution||48 MP|
|Battery cell composition||Lithium Ion|
|Package Dimensions||24.79 x 9.7 x 6.6 cm; 500 Grams|
|Item Weight||500 g|
|Item Model Number||KB2005|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Date First Available||16 October 2020|
OnePlus 8T Lunar Silver, 5G Unlocked Android Smartphone U.S. Version, 256GB Storage + 12GB RAM, 120Hz Fluid Display, Quad Camera
|Price:||+ $13.75 Delivery|
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|Model Name||OnePlus 8T|
|Memory storage capacity||256 GB|
About this item
- 15 Minutes for a Full Day’s Power – Eliminate charging anxiety with Warp Charge 65. All it takes is a short charge to get you ready for your day.
- 120Hz Fluid Display – Experience a 6.55” ultra-smooth display, with stunning color accuracy. The OnePlus 8T display refreshes twice as fast as standard displays, making everyday use on the smartphone feel much smoother.
- 48 MP Quad Camera – Shoot brilliant photos and videos with the 48 MP main camera, a sweeping 16 MP Ultra-Wide-Angle Camera, a 5 MP Macro Lens for portrait mode, and an all-new Monochrome Lens.
- 5G Powerhouse Performance – Play the most graphically intensive games and use demanding productivity apps with ease, thanks to the powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor.
- 256GB Storage + 12GB RAM – Store more of your favorite apps, games, and media with an expansive 256GB storage. Open apps quickly and smoothly with 12GB of RAM.
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5G Unlocked Android Smartphone U.S Version, 12GB RAM+256GB Storage, 120Hz Fluid Display,Quad Camera, 65W Ultra Fast Charge, Lunar Silver, U.S Warranty
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The OnePlus 8T has a 6.55" Fluid AMOLED Display, with an amazing 120 Hz refresh rate. Witness a smooth and immersive experience on your device, with stunning color accuracy. Don't just take our word for it. OnePlus 8T has an A+ rating from DisplayMate, SGS certification, and HDR 10+.
DisplayMate's A+ rating on the basis of objective lab tests and measurements of display features, including, but not limited to aspect ratio, color accuracy, intensity scale accuracy, brightness, contrast accuracy Reports details subject to revisions. Actual display experience varies depending on settings and environmental conditions. Other company names and marks mentioned herein are the property of their respective owners.
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7" / 17 cm
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The performance is unbelievable. Snapdragon 865 and 12 GB of RAM make this a scary-capable computer. No task ever is capable of slowing it down.
That 120 hz screen. My god. So good. Scrolling is just so smooth you won't believe your eyes.
Battery life is good. Expect 5 to 8 hours of SOT depending on your specific usage and habits. Charging speed is frightening. 0 to 100 percent in less than 40 minutes!
Camera is excellent. Pictures are sharp, detailed, vibrant and colorful.
This is an incredible phone that offers a true flagship experience/performance.
I do plan to keep this phone for the next couple of years and will be updating this review periodically every now and then.
Go for it! You won't regret it!
4-MONTH UPDATE: Have owned this phone for the past 4 months and it's still as incredible as it was on day one. Everyday performance is just as good as that of the latest flagships. It has also survived a few drops despite not being protected by tempered glass. No complaints. Still a solid device that I can see myself keeping for the next year and half or so. Stay tuned for another update at 8 months.
Eso sí, lamentablemente el telefono no esta homologado para Altan, por lo que si usas un OMV que utilice esta red aunque podras usar internet y enviar mensajes, no podras realizar llamadas a menos que instales el malhecho programa VozApp. En Telcel, Movistar y At&t funciona al 100.
The fingerprint reader is amazing. OnePlus seriously has the best in-screen fingerprint readers in the industry. It's accurate, fast, and so easy to use. I do not know of a phone with a better fingerprint reader. The phone is capable of facial recognition but I do not trust facial recognition as no matter how good the technology; it can be used to quickly unlock your phone without consent. To each their own.
Another fantastic thing about this phone is that OnePlus still allows customers to unlock the bootloader of the device. Many other US smartphone manufacturers no longer allow you to do this. Why does this matter? When the phone reaches end-of-life and no longer receives support from the manufacturer you can flash an alternate ROM like LineageOS. It also allows you to root your device if you're into that sort of thing. I personally think it should be criminal to sell a device with a locked bootloader. Can you imagine if you bought a laptop running Windows 8 but were artificially prohibited from upgrading to Windows 10? Many smartphone brands do the equivalent of this and I refuse to purchase their products because of it. Thank you OnePlus for respecting consumer choice and fighting e-waste.
The phone's software is smooth and fairly close to a "stock" Android experience. Some tweaks are definitely made under the hood but OxygenOS is far from obtrusive and is highly customizable. Of course, having an unlockable bootloader means you have the freedom to load something else if you want. One thing I love is that unlike some other brands, OnePlus mostly relies on Google's own software suite of apps and doesn't attempt to force duplicate manufacturer-branded versions of things like e-mail software on the user. There are exceptions to this, special features such as "Zen mode" and OnePlus does have their own Gallery as well as a File Manager. I see the File Manager as a bit of an odd addition alongside the default Files app. My mentality is that device manufacturers shouldn't spend too much time on developing device-specific software. If a user has a problem with the default Files app they can find an alternative in the Play Store. I don't see it as necessary for OnePlus to include out of the box solutions to problems that may or may not exist for users. It's certainly not a bad app but it seems redundant. Keep it simple. Let people install what they want after they have the device in their hands. This is a minor grievance however. OxygenOS as a whole is smooth, responsive, and receives frequent updates. It's one of the few manufacturer Android skins I don't hate.
This is where my review will turn a bit more critical. First things first, the hole punch camera. It's hideous. I have long been putting off buying a new phone because I hate how almost every flagship on the market has a notch or hole punch in its screen. Why? I never had a problem with bezels on my smartphone, and while having a high screen-to-body ratio is nice, it's not nice when it comes at the cost of putting a giant black dot in the corner of my screen. I watch a lot of videos and consume a lot of content on my device. Every time I look at this phone I see this ugly blemish on my screen, like a blob of dead pixels. I hate it. The only thing I can praise OnePlus for is that at least they put it in the left corner and not the center like some other manufacturers. It's still awful. You see it when the screen is off, when it's on, and it's especially noticeable when watching videos shot in aspect ratios wide enough to fill the screen (contrary to popular belief, many movies and online videos are not in 16:9). I know that OnePlus is not the only manufacturer to utilize a hole punch yet just because everyone else is doing it doesn't make it okay.
Next, it lacks a 3.5mm audio jack, colloquially referred to as a "headphone jack". Again, OnePlus is not the only manufacturer to do this with their devices, that doesn't make it okay. I love listening to music. Thing is, Bluetooth quality sucks. I have a decent sound system in my car and I can clearly make out the difference between a wired connection and a Bluetooth one. I'm switching from a Google Pixel XL which had a 3.5mm audio jack and I almost feel like I'm downgrading. No 3.5mm to USB-C adapter is included in the box and OnePlus doesn't actually sell an official one listed as compatible with the OnePlus 8T. OnePlus is basically telling all their customers with hi-fi audio equipment that they don't care if said customers can enjoy their music. "Never Settle" seems like a silly slogan for OnePlus to have nowadays. There's plenty of space inside the phone and there is no official IP certification so I refuse to accept those as reasons to lack the jack.
Next, there's the bloatware. There isn't a lot, though Netflix sticks out like a sore thumb. I use Netflix, there's nothing wrong with the app. The problem is that it comes preinstalled and can't be uninstalled. You can disable it if you like but it will still take up storage on your device. I don't think this is acceptable. If somebody has the desire to uninstall a preinstalled application they should be able to do so unless doing so would directly inhibit the functionality of the device. This is simply a consumer rights issue for me and I'm pretty passionate about it.
On a final note, the aesthetic of the phone is good. It looks like a flagship smartphone should and is built well. The hole punch camera makes the screen ugly, other than that I like how it looks. The Lunar Silver color is a bit less glossy than I was hoping for, and it almost looks blue under light. Personally I think the glossier silver finish of the OnePlus 7 Pro looked better. The screen is bright and color accurate though not as bright as I've seen on a few other flagships
Overall, I like this phone but dislike the compromises (hole punch camera, lack of 3.5mm audio jack, bloatware) that come with buying it. There's a lot to like, not enough to love. I was in desperate need of a phone and this was the only thing on the market that appealed to me at all. I really hate that I had to settle for a hole punch camera and no 3.5mm audio jack.
Update: Decided to return this phone after it was causing me a lot of stress. I'm not okay with where Bluetooth technology is in 2020 and I'm disgusted by manufacturers removing the 3.5mm audio jack from devices and trying to force customers to use an inferior technology. Bluetooth sound quality is awful and it constantly fails to pair. I couldn't consistently get this phone to connect to my car's stereo unit from one day to the next.
You might say just use a USB-C to 3.5mm adapter, I tried that. Sound quality was slightly better but barely. Overall I found myself having to keep my stereo lower than I'm used to simply because the signal that this phone outputs is not good.
In addition to this, I also see OxygenOS as becoming bloated and filled with things that are not relevant to the Android experience. Why is "Shot on OnePlus" on my phone? Why is Netflix preloaded and why can't it be uninstalled? Why is Zen mode a thing? I'm tired of manufacturers trying to put their own spin on Android. Keep it simple, please. Just copy what Google does with the Pixel series, please.
Camera quality was also another concern for me. Sometimes the OnePlus 8T takes amazing photos, other times they come out blurry, over-saturated, or there's so much shutter lag between hitting the capture button and the photo actually taking that you miss your shot. It's infuriating. Coming from a Google Pixel which captured amazing shots almost every time, feels like a bit of a downgrade. I also hate that it the 8T doesn't have a telephoto lens.
The cost of charging accessories is another huge thing for me. Warp Charge accessories are extremely expensive, it's over $50 just for a Warp Charge 30 car charger. I can't justify spending that much money just to charge my phone even if the actual experience of using Warp Charge is awesome. The 8T doesn't have wireless charging which I personally don't care about much, but why does OnePlus use the slogan "Never Settle" when they clearly are expecting the customer to settle?
In addition to this, OnePlus has been releasing so many devices lately that customers have been complaining about slow updates and poor support for older phones. Also, I've just never gotten used to the ugly hole punch camera. I just don't see OnePlus as the brand it thinks it is. "Never Settle" is a funny slogan for a company that tries to make their customers settle for so much. Glad to be returning this mediocre phone.