OnePlus 8 Pro User Reviews

Overall user rating

9.0

The overall rating is the average of all user reviews, while the overall alternatives are the ones that has been listed most.

Everyday usage
9.0
UI speed
9.3
Camera
8.3
Multimedia
9.0
Internet
8.7
Call quality
8.3
Battery
8.7
Reception
8.7
Display
9.3
Build quality
8.3
Text input
8.3
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peterskimo posted on 3 days ago, 8:14 AM
Posts: 0; Member since: Oct 22, 2019

9.0

Excellent phone!

peterskimo has owned it for less than 3 months before publishing this review

This phone is my 5th OnePlus smartphone and i love. Display is bright and camera are awesome. I feel that color filter sensor is little bit useless maybe, im not sure.
I have used Samsung and pure Android phones and i must say that Oxygen OS gives the best Android experience!

Build quality
9.0
Reception
9.0
Call quality
8.0
Internet
8.0
Multimedia
9.0
Camera
8.0
UI speed
10.0
Everyday usage
9.0
Text input
9.0
Display
10.0
Battery
9.0

Pros

  • Display
  • Oxygen OS
  • Battery Life

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RVCos posted on May 13, 2020, 3:38 PM
Posts: 4; Member since: Apr 18, 2020

10.0

My Opinion vs the 7T PRO

RVCos has owned it for less than month before publishing this review

I had the 7T Pro McLaren edition before the 8 Pro. Sold that phone to upgrade and have not regreted it. The other reviewer points out that there is not a major differences, I have to ask, if they actually have the device. The differences are numerous. 1) Brighter, better screen with one of displaymates highest ratings. It gets much brighter than its predecessor with more accurate color and higher refresh rate, which is noticeable. 2) 5G supports the same Midband, but if you are a T-Mobile customer, their merger with Sprint will greatly enhance 5G performance. I am now getting 200Gb/s. While not quite mmWaves fast, it more than fits the bill for my needs. It does support VoLTE and VoWiFi on T-Mobile. I am not sure for Verizon, but considering they moved away from CDMA to VoLTE and this phone is certified on their network, I would say chances are good. 3) Wireless charging, the 7T Pro doesn't have it, and the 8 Pro has it on Steriods! Downside, only does super charging with their wireless charger, but it is fast enough not to rely on the wall wart. 4) Better Camera, while not the best in its category, it definitely holds it's own now and leads in some areas vs the competition. 5) Battery, even with 120hz, its battery life is significantly better than the 7T Pro., just google it. Bottom line it was a significant enough upgrade for me that I pulled the trigger, and the wireless charging feature along with the other items I outlined here made it worth the investment.  

Build quality
9.0
Reception
10.0
Call quality
10.0
Internet
10.0
Multimedia
10.0
Camera
9.0
UI speed
10.0
Everyday usage
10.0
Text input
8.0
Display
10.0
Battery
9.0

Pros

  • Screen, Wireless Charging, Improved Camera, Call Quality, Features

Cons

  • Camera sticks out in the back (Not an issue with a case on it) Only the verizon version supports mmWave 5G

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kalekter posted on Apr 26, 2020, 1:38 PM
Posts: 1; Member since: Apr 17, 2020

8.0

VS 7T pro

kalekter has owned it for less than month before publishing this review

I don't feel a major difference VS 7T pro that I had in the past. 5G option was no longer in the menu and limited vowifi support is a deal breaker for me. I thought that with 5G they will, at least, have wider support for volte and vowifi.

Build quality
7.0
Reception
7.0
Call quality
7.0
Internet
8.0
Multimedia
8.0
Camera
8.0
UI speed
8.0
Everyday usage
8.0
Text input
8.0
Display
8.0
Battery
8.0

2 out of 18 people found this review helpful.

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