Does this phone look small to you??Source: Android Central

Yesterday was a big day for OnePlus. During a live-streamed launch event, the company officially unveiled the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro.

The regular OnePlus 8 is a pretty subtle upgrade from the OnePlus 7T, offering the same 90Hz AMOLED display, a familiar triple rear camera setup, and Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 865 processor. The OnePlus 8 Pro is easily the more interesting of the two phones, as it's the first OnePlus phone to come with wireless charging, a 120Hz AMOLED screen, and offers an official IP68 dust/water resistance rating.

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There's no doubt these are both impressive phones, but with starting price tags of $699 and $899, respectively, is anyone actually interested in buying them? Here's what some of our forum members have to say.

mustang7757
mustang7757

I have the 1+7P and will wait until 9

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bkeaver
bkeaver

I have the 7t and probably will go for the blue 8 pro 12gb/256 model

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Kizzy Catwoman
Kizzy Catwoman

I have bever had. One Plus phone but if I had that perfectly unbroken screen I wouldn't want to trade it for one with a hole punch in it. I don't mind the hole punch in the S10+ but I do like the fullscreen of the One Plus 7 Pro

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usguyver
usguyver

all very insightful answers. after looking at the specs and research. the OnePlus 8 pro is a great phone. but I agree I had the 7t pro 5G McLaren and I love The unbroken screen. I really like the pop up camera wish they would did not go away with that. I think the 7t pro has a pretty good camera with the last couple of weeks they did. I think I'm going to wait and see what the OnePlus 9 is...

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What about you? Are you going to buy the OnePlus 8/8 Pro?

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The phone that holds nothing back

With the OnePlus 8 Pro, OnePlus has finally created a smartphone with virtually no compromises. The display steps up to an impressive 120Hz AMOLED panel, there's a massive 4,510 mAh battery, and performance is blazing-fast thanks to the Snapdragon 865. Most exciting this time around is the adoption of 30W wireless charging and an IP68 rating for dust/water resistance.

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