OnePlus Challenges Samsung with its 8 Pro Model?

  • AUTHOR: isbah
  • POSTED ON: April 16, 2020

Yesterday, One Plus announced the new OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro models and the users are already loving it. Both the phones are slightly different but the core features remain the same. The company always comes with new ideas that challenge bigger tech organizations like Samsung.

With these two new phones too, OnePlus has established their previous agenda that they do not charge for things customers do not really care about and instead focus on speed and screen quality, both of which are two of the most important things for an average user.

Source: Tom’s Guide

This looks like a jab at Samsung even though they never took the name of the company. Samsung always comes to the market with features that you expect in all flagship models and this is why it was able to exceed HTC and LG sales. The company has established its position in the US market because the phones are considered reliable and good.

However, OnePlus is now competing for the US market and with the features, they have introduced in the new phones, it looks like they are after Samsung’s spot. The company has partnered up with T-Mobile and Verizon for the OnePlus 8 phone. Maybe Verizon and T-Mobile went ahead with the deal because OnePlus is a much cheaper option as compared to Galaxy but they refused to provide support for the OnePlus8 Pro.

Now let’s come to the difference in specifications as far as both Samsung and Oneplus are concerned. With the new models, OnePlus has directly challenged the features that always gave Samsung an advantage over other Android phones.

While Galaxy S20 offers a more consistent camera, OnePlus has better software on the 8 Pro. However, choosing between both the models is quite impossible because they both rank at the same position for us.

So if you are going for S20, you will have to pay a much higher price for the same features (except the camera) that are available in OnePlus 8 Pro.

Updated April 16, 2020
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