OnePlus is gearing around launch its next flagship, so it’s not surprising that charges for the prevailing generation are needs to fall. The OnePlus 8 happens to be $100 off on Amazon and the company’s own website, with the 128GB model now opting for $599 rather than $699. The 256GB configuration is currently $699 rather than $799, which is apparently the only real model on Amazon at the brief moment.
The OnePlus 8 Pro, this season which is among well known Android phones, is discounted similarly, though only the 256GB option can be acquired on Amazon and the company’s website. For the initial $900 starting price, the OnePlus 8 Pro supplies a 6.78-inch Quad HD+ AMOLED screen with a hole punch cutout because of its selfie camera. The display refreshes at a speedy 120Hz for smooth animations and scrolling at that higher resolution, in comparison to Samsung’s version on the S20 Note and Ultra 20s, which only support 120Hz at 1080p.
You’ll get yourself a capable Snapdragon 865 processor also, a triple camera system with a 48-megapixel main sensor and ultrawide lens in addition to a less-sharp telephoto option. With specs that rival Samsung’s S-series, the OnePlus 8 line had costs to complement at launch. Given that they’re $100 cheaper, it may be a great time to choose one up if you were defer by the price before. Those that want the most recent and greatest specs may would rather wait till Oct. 14th to see what the company’s next flagship might bring.