The OnePlus 8 Pro is incredibly phone — with beautiful screens, top-tier hardware, and snappy performance.
The OnePlus 8 Pro has this huge, 6.8-inch AMOLED screen, and a power user might go thinking.
The OnePlus 8 Pro is the biggest, most beautiful, and best smartphone OnePlus has put out thus far.
The features of this wonderful smartphone is a fantastic set of cameras, a big, gorgeous, 120 Hz AMOLED screen, the fastest possible hardware on an Android phone, and an impressive battery.
The 8 Pro’s camera is definitely an improvement over its cheaper sibling, but it also has a bunch of quirks that you may or may not like.
The display on the 8 Pro is a beautiful AMOLED panel — as we’ve come to expect from OnePlus.
It provides a ton of color sliders and options, so you can set it up to your personal taste, ranging from accurate to wildly vibrant.
The OnePlus 8 Pro has a quad-camera setup, but let’s get the 4th one out of the way real fast. It’s a “color filter camera”, which OnePlus proudly says is inspired by the color tones that professional photographers use. To put it in less vague terms — it will process colors differently. Reds become gray, greens become yellow, et cetera. It can really change a scene and cast a dreamy look on it. But its 5 MP sensor also introduces a lot of noise and fuzziness in that dream. Gimmick or not — you decide.
The main camera has a 48 MP sensor which takes 12 MP photos by default. You know — pixel binning, bundling individual pixels in groups of 4 so that the phone can gather more light while taking a shot. This works with a smart HDR on board to create stunning photos even in highly dynamic scenes.
The camera is certainly a well-rounded performer. Its colors are lively yet grounded, its details are sharp, but not jagged. When it gets dark, it does get fuzzy, but still manages to brighten up shadows to make a coherent image. Nightscape mode does wonder at sharpening everything back up, so you can use that if you are shooting a static scene. In other words, it can hold its own against the greats on the market, and it’s better than the camera of the OnePlus 8 (slightly better for daylight, very noticeably better at night).