- It has the most “clear” QHD+ display
- Accurate colour reproduction
- The most “cool” high-frame screen adaptation of MEMC
Snapdragon 865, UFS3.0, 4300mAh
The core hardware configuration part, OnePlus 8 is equipped with the top Snapdragon 865 SoC and X55 5G chips in the current Android camp. It supports two networking modes of SA and NSA, covering n1, n3, n41, n78, n79 and other mainstream 5G frequency bands. Available in 8GB + 128GB and 12GB + 256GB storage combinations (LPDDR4X + UFS3.0). According to the Antutu, OnePlus 8 scored 582,741 points. It is no problem to run the popular mobile games on the market such as Honor of Kings, PUBG. Battery As for the battery life that everyone is more concerned about, the battery capacity of OnePlus 8 is 4300mAh, which supports Warp 30T wired flash charging, but does not support wireless charging. From our actual test data, using the original charger can charge from 0 to 10% in 5 minutes, 22% in 10 minutes, 46% in 20 minutes, and 66% in 30 minutes. 100% takes about 61 minutes, and the overall charging speed is not bad. Also, when the 90Hz mode is turned on, under normal use (non-long-term gaming), OnePlus 8 can roughly hold the charge for one day.