Best Mobile Phone Under 55000 In India 2021 OnePlus 8

OnePlus yesterday presented its new two top-of-the-range smartphones to the world. After reviewing OnePlus 8 Pro, let’s move on to the “basic” version. Let’s find out if the non-Pro version remains the most interesting for the general public also in 2020.

The beautiful red box of OnePlus 8 reveals inside a content absolutely in line with the product. We have a 30W power supply, a USB / USB-C cable and a silicone cover that has the Never Settle print on it. Great attention to detail, with a card dedicated to SAR values ​​and cute stickers.

OnePlus 8 has a great advantage, that of not being great. Or at least not to be by current standards. It will not be OnePlus X, but the new smartphone from OnePlus certainly has its greater portability in the pro list, both compared to the competition and compared to its older brother. It is only 8 millimeters thick and this results above all in a thickness of the camera on the back lower than that of the Pro variant. It is also lighter with its 180 grams of weight, few if we consider that the smartphone is made of metal and glass. Both are opaque and the glass finish is satin and is truly a pleasure to the touch. The feeling is that of a high quality product. The fact that it hardly holds fingerprints at all increases the premium feel of the product. OnePlus 8 has a great advantage, that of not being great. Or at least not to be by current standards. It will not be OnePlus X, but the new smartphone from OnePlus certainly has its greater portability in the pro list, both compared to the competition and compared to its older brother. It is only 8 millimeters thick and this results above all in a thickness of the camera on the back lower than that of the Pro variant. It is also lighter with its 180 grams of weight, few if we consider that the smartphone is made of metal and glass. Both are opaque and the glass finish is satin and is truly a pleasure to the touch. The feeling is that of a high quality product. The fact that it hardly holds fingerprints at all increases the premium feel of the product. 

The hardware is that of a true top of the range and is substantially identical to that of the Pro variant. We have a 2.84 GHz octa core Snapdragon 865 processor with Adreno 650 GPU, 8 or 12 GB of RAM (LPDDR4X) and 128 o 256 GB of internal memory in UFS 3.0 technology. As always, the memory is not expandable. Excellent connectivity: we have support for 5G networks, the new Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.1 and NFC for payments. In addition, the USB-C 3.1 port is compatible with video output. The smartphone is still dual SIM (with dual nanoSIM support), we have dual band GPS and a new excellent vibration motor that guarantees a valuable and top of the range haptic feedback. Good stereo sound provided by the lower speaker and supported by the ear capsule at the top. The physical switch for the ringer on the right side is always excellent, while it is always a shame to see that the audio jack is now only a distant memory.

OnePlus 8 is a recognizable OnePlus smartphone. Great display, beautiful design, and great build quality. All “seasoned” with excellent software. As the price increases, however, this smartphone has crept into a minefield, made up of equally valid alternatives. To choose for the size, while for everything else it is better to aim for the Pro variant. It is worth the extra money requested.

Pro

Great hardware

Great software

Beautiful screen (at 90Hz)

Charging at 30W

cons

Non-expandable memory

The price goes up

Cameras only average

No waterproof and wireless charging