In-store for the consumer is a more powerful Oneplus 8 Pro 12GB RAM / 256GB storage model for $1,398. Compare to its Oneplus 8 counterpart, the current 8 Pro version has a bigger 4510 mAh battery, as well as a bigger 6.78-inch display, while sporting the same a hole punch on the top left.
The OnePlus 8 Pro in Singapore is equipped with Snapdragon 865 processor with 5G modem, one of the most powerful chipsets to-date, Quadcamera (48 MP wide +48 MP super-wide +8 MP 3X telephoto + 5 MP filter lens) and OLED screen which runs at 120Hz refresh rate, as to compare to other displays on the market which runs at 60Hz.
Interestingly, although the device is quite expensive with respect to OnePlus standards, it is still relatively cheaper than similar phones from other brands. For instance, the OnePlus 8 Pro is about $500 cheaper than Galaxy S20 Ultra. Still, at a retail price of 1,398 Singapore dollars, it’s still a good catch considering the price-point, without compromising top performance and the latest software.
The OnePlus 8 Singapore is now available to order from the Hitec Mobile website. You can pick up the standard model starting at $998 which gets you 8GB RAM and 128GB of storage or the higher grade 12GB RAM, 256GB ROM version.
While OnePlus stepped into premium flagship phones over the past few years, now it has returned to rule the mid-range category again, with the Oneplus Nord. This all-new smartphone is created to offer a premium user experience that you can only expect from some of the best smartphones but at half the price. Here’re the key specifications of the Nord that would help you understand why it’s the most-anticipated smartphone of this year.