It’s worth noting that the 8GB Glacial Green versions of both models are either out of stock or unavailable at the time of writing, but you can get notified of when that variant of either phone is back in stock on the OnePlus site. What you can snap up now is the 12GB OnePlus 8 for $699 ($100 off) or the 12GB OnePlus 8 Pro for $889.99 ($109 off). If you do manage to catch the 8GB phones in stock then you’ll get the OnePlus 8 or 8 Pro for $599 and $799 respectively.
The OnePlus 8 Pro dominated our Best of Android competition — as voted by editors and readers alike. You can pick up the Ultramarine Blue or Onyx Black versions with 256GB of storage for all your vids and music, plus a 5G-ready Snapdragon 865 chip and a large 4,510mAh battery with Warp Charge 30. All of that powers a massive 6.78-inch display with a smooth 120Hz refresh rate — yet another winner at Best of Android.
If you’re not ready to go pro, the $200-cheaper OnePlus 8 drops the 120Hz refresh rate for a 90Hz option, and the battery is slightly smaller at 4,300mAh. However, you’ll still get the powerful Snapdragon 865 chipset and 12GB of RAM backed up by 256GB of storage. It’s also equipped with a slightly slimmed-down triple-camera setup, but both are built around a 48MP rear shooter.
The 12GB variant of the OnePlus 8 is available in Interstellar Glow color which — let’s face it — looks just like an end of the summer sunset.
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If you’ve been eyeing a new OnePlus phone but you don’t need the Pro power, the OnePlus 8 is more affordable than ever. A triple camera setup, 4,300mAh battery, and Snapdragon 865 chipset are at the heart of this affordable flagship device.
OnePlus 8 Pro
If you want the best that OnePlus has to offer, you can’t top the 8 Pro. It packs a 120Hz refresh rate and a powerful quad-camera setup to capture your world.