Even though only a few months have passed since the launch of OnePlus 7 Pro, lineup speculations about the next flagship killer, OnePlus 8 have already started to float.
Many have reported the flaws or issues with the OnePlus 7 and so here few changes that could happen in the OnePlus 8.
The biggest concern is the HDR support. Even though OnePlus7 is HDR10+ certified, we feel that the device lags behind when it comes to the darkness of the screen.
As reported by ExpertReview, movie scenes that are shot in broad daylight have a thin layer of muted darkness, which indicates that something is broken. If OnePlus manages to improve the display, it surely will enhance the movie watching experience.
The second issue with OnePlus 7 is the size of the phone. The OnePlus 7 Pro beats Apple XS Max, Samsung Galaxy S10E, and Samsung Galaxy s10 when it comes to the size.
Many complained about the large dimensions of 6.4 x 2.99 x 0.35 inches and 162.6 x 76 x 8.8 mm as they struggle to put the device in the pocket.
We hope that OnePlus 8 will ship with a smaller footprint or the company would make a smaller variant of the device that has the same specs.
If OnePlus manages to cut down the bulk while increasing the battery size of the phone, the sales would undoubtedly touch new heights. There is no doubt that OnePlus 7 4,000 mAh is enough, but it would hurt no one if the battery size gets even bigger.
OnePlus 8 Price
The info on the price of the OnePlus 8 is still pretty dodgy, and it is possible that haven’t decided the price yet.
Looking at the pricing of the variants launched in the past it is likely that OnePlus 8 will surpass the $800 mark.
OnePlus 8 Release Date
OnePlus has constantly released phones every year since its first launch, OnePlus One.
Even though the exact date is not clear, we expect the device to be launched in 2020.