OnePlus 8 Pro
OnePlus 8 Pro smartphone price in Kenya is in the range of 86,500 to 94,500 shillings depending on storage option. It runs on the Android v10 (Q) operating system. It is powered by Octa-core (2.84 GHz, Single core, Kryo 585 + 2.42 GHz, Tri core, Kryo 585 + 1.8 GHz, Quad-core, Kryo 585) processor. The phone runs on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Chipset. It has 8/12 GB RAM and 128/256 GB internal storage.
The OnePlus 8 Pro also serves up one of the best mobile displays of 2020 so far. Great news for any media fans. That’s 6.78-inch fluid AMOLED panel super-crisp visuals are right at your face without quad HD plus resolution. So even though this is a massive screen, everything stairs, pleasingly. The refresh rate has been bumped up from 90 Hertz to 120 Hertz for this pro model, not as you can personally notice any difference between the two. The motion was just as buttery smooth on the standard OnePlus 8. Plus this phone can smash well past the 1000 nits barrier on that maximum brightness.
When you venture outdoors so no worries are for visibility. The OnePlus 8 Pro also boasts the same, just noticeable color difference rates of 0.4, which means that you can expect accurate, true to life color reproduction, which is ideal when editing pics and the like. And if you’re picky about your visuals as well, you can dive into the OnePlus 8 pro display settings. You got full customization in there so you can bump up or scale down the resolution and the refresh rate. Don’t worry about manually tweaking the resolution and the refresh rate because the OnePlus 8 Pro can intelligently do it for you based on the actual situation.
Crammed inside the OnePlus 8 pro you get the Snapdragon 865 chipset as the standard model, but now back to the 8 or 12 gigs of RAM. So, they do not make the most of that 120 Hertz tech, but all assemblies pub G doesn’t drop below that 40 FPS rates at all. Even on that maximum EHTR given settings, while the 240 Hertz touch response means that your, every swipe and puck is instantly registered, of course, a flat-screen is technically better suited to action games like this.
The OnePlus 8 pro is fully 5g ready. You’ve got dual SIM support in there, and it’s got a bit of wi-fi 6 support as well. So, it was future-proof and you sorted for storage you’ve got either 128 gigs or 256 gigs, depending on how much you splash out of those suddenly there’s once again, bigger all micro SD memory called support. Visit the official product website for this phone.
OnePlus has crumbed even more cover tech onto the pro as well, including an HDR boost feature to dynamically improve the contrast and the colors on any SDL level video. It’s not a feature that you can toggle for comparison purposes. But the contrast levels here are certainly strong with pleasingly the blacks and of course, those perfectly natural colors, one feature that you can, however, turn on and off is the fresh new motion graphic smooth in which can upscale any standard 30 FPS video content to a 120 FPS to match that refresh rate.
What speed is that? It will slow it down. So, the phone doesn’t get hot and that fan doesn’t kick into action and keep you awake all damn night. Now the final area where the pro model stands tall over that standard one, plus it is the camera tech with a completely overhauled quad lens set up slap there on the back. So not only do you get an upgraded Sony sensor for that 48-megapixel primary lens. You also get pumped up 40 megapixels ultra-wide-angle lens. You get a telephoto lens with three times optical zoom.
Of cause, there’s a boosted slightly at times for a vibrant finish, which I personally quite liked. The HDR stats are an improvement over the previous OnePlus 8 Pro as well. The likes of the portrait mode to the night-scape more performance expected. We can shoot up to 4K resolution video at 60 frames per second, with strong image stabilization and a worthy dedicated HDR mode on board as well.
And the battery tech has also been boosted for this fresh pro model. So, you get a mighty 4510 mAh battery in there. It’s great to see that OnePlus has put a bit of smart optimized charge in here on the OnePlus 8 Pro this ensures that your OnePlus 8 Pro doesn’t overcharge If you leave it plugged in overnight. You’ve got to love the OnePlus Pro 30-watt wireless charging, which is very quick. It’s so quick that the charging part has a built-in fan to stop your phone from overheating.
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