OnePlus CEO Pete Lau says that the OnePlus 8 series of phones won’t cost more than $1,000.
- The OnePlus 8 series is guaranteed to be powered by Snapdragon 865 SoC
- The phone will cost less than the newly launched Stage S20 series
- DisplayMate offers a +1 rating on the OnePlus 8 series for display
The OnePlus 8 Pro and OnePlus 8 phones will be used to launch on April 14. Prior to this, the company has been making fun of the features of both phones. In a new report, OnePlus chief executive Pete Lau unveiled price estimates for the OnePlus series 8. Separately, DisplayMate examined the OnePlus 8 phone display prior to its launch, and offered it an A + grade. In addition, it seems that OnePlus 8 Pro has broken 13 performance records in the DisplayMate test.
Lau Buster Insider said that the OnePlus 8 series of phones would not cost more than $ 1,000 (about RS. 76,400). Although he did not listed the pricing of each of the OnePlus 8 models, his statement indicates that the most unusual of the OnePlus 8 will be $ 1,000 shorter. This means that the more expensive OnePlus 8 series phone will still be cheaper than the Samsung Galaxy S20 5G base, starting at $ 999.99 (about RS. 76,400). OnePlus 8 phones are already certified to offer 5G network, and phones are also rumored to be powered by Snapdragon 865 SoC.
Although it may cost less compared to the competition, it can still be less expensive than its predecessor. Lau reportedly said the biggest cost was due to the technical challenges brought by 5G. “Prices across the globe, from non-manufacturing to 5G platforms, are rising dramatically in the industry,” Lau said. But he expects the price to drop as 5G technology matures.
DisplayMate also discussed that OnePlus 8 series of smartphones received the highest A + rating. The company has already done its in-depth testing of OnePlus 8 phones, and phones have already acquired more than 10+ Display Performance Records including Color Accuracy. The firm did not disclose details, and a full show update should be published after the launch. CEO Pete Lau reiterated that OnePlus 8 Pro had broken 13 records.