Unless someone is absolutely desperate for this phone right now, I'd hold out til the price comes down again from Amazon UK. When they sell a phone for a low price, they tend to put it back down to that price every couple of months or so for a few days in order to shift stock........ just got to keep an eye out for when they do. Maybe set up a notification or keep checking regularly on HUKD.
Why's that?....... as phones get older, they get cheaper. Especially with the OnePlus 9 coming out.
I bought it two weeks ago for £349 with a 2 year warranty from Amazon (sold and dispatched by Amazon).
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Think u use your warranty once anything ever happens. It's your invoice
It's a card in the box
Done anybody know how to get the 2 year warranty?
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Posted 15th MarPosted 15th Mar
OnePlus 8 5G 8GB RAM 128GB UK SIM-Free Smartphone with Triple Camera, Dual SIM and Alexa built-in Onyx Black £524.99 @ Amazon£524.99 Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
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Nice price! Great finding! :) Well done and thank you (y)
If you are going to get an 8 series might as well get the 8 Pro which is recognised as one of the best phones around. Even MKBHD (check YT) uses it as his daily phone and he literally has hundreds to pick from. Personally I have a 6T and am waiting for the 9 Pro to be released next week. My 6T runs as good as the day I bought it 2.5 years ago. For this reason I didn't get an 8 series but now the upgrade itch is too strong, and the 9 Pro looks like it could potentially be a superb all round phone. Just waiting for real life reviews. I also hate curved screens, but the 9 Pro will have less of a curve than the 8 Pro, which is a step in the right direction, I can handle a slight curve. For what it's worth I ordered the S21 Ultra 512GB last month and returned it 2 days after receiving it. It's a top heavy brick that's awkward to hold. Add the fact the Exy chip still lags behind the 888, and the camera not as good as it should be, could not justify the £1.2k price tag.
Snapdragon is made by Qualcomm not Intel.
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Cold for me. Less than £100 off a phone approching 1 years old does not represent a deal to me. It should be at least a ton cheaper especially with those mediocre cameras. The 5G S20 FE being within £50 is the benchmark.
That is definitely the dream buddy (y) I did hear on BBC that they are looking to open a fulfilment centre, fingers crossed. Unless of course the EU decide to pull the old Article 16 trick again because they’re insecure about the UK using Ireland as a back door to get their 1kg bags of M&Ms (lol)
Maybe Amazon might open warehouse operations in Eire and hopefully start selling from amazon.ie soon. And ship next day to n.ireland! Dreaming now.
Go for the op in that case then, but I doubt there'll be much in it in every day life.
This was my gut feeling. It's more about camera for me. Thanks for your input, much appreciated.
Morning Mr switch Hope you are well. I am not really fussed about taking pictures, only take a few photos a month. Just want absolutely raw speed on 5g
I think its about cameras, vs display, edge+ has better cameras, op has better display. Moto has the bigger battery as well 5000 vs 4500. Cleaner UI on the Moto as well. Moto feels like the better phone to me, but apparently has a few issues, and less support, so also factor that in.
Posted 20th FebPosted 20th Feb
OnePlus 8 5G 8GB RAM 128GB UK SIM-Free Smartphone with Triple Camera, Dual SIM, Onyx Black Used Good @ Amazon Warehouse Fulfilled by Amazon£351.90Amazon Deals
Amazon warehouse deal so can be hit and miss. Easy returns if the item does not arrive in a satisfactory condition. Hope it helps.
i think you are looking for a problem that isnt there but dw
You say that because you know about Amazon warehouse, what about someone who has never heard of it , or doesn't know the difference. Surely you can see my point , I assume everything is brand new , but if the first word on the deal tells me otherwise , then I'd know straight away, not after I've clicked in because I'm interested .
Amazon Warehouse being the give away though.
With all the stuff missing, that really isn't a deal.
Anyone using their recent purchase? How are you finding the camera? I'm thinking of returning mine due to poor camera performance.
Your's definitely an upgrade. I've purchased 2 cases from oneplus site for around 13 quids. Worth looking into it. Specially the Karbon case. I think it was discounted by 79% of original price. Well you get a bundle of two cases.
I had an Honor 10. So the jump from 60 -> 90hz is real big in my case
What was your previous phone? I've received mine today. Prior to this I was using a Samsung note 9, well still using it. I'm not sure if it's really an upgrade from note 9. In two minds (fierce)
Typing this from my new OnePlus 8. Excellent phone. The screen and speed is fantastic
Posted 15th FebPosted 15th Feb
OnePlus 8 Smartphone Android 6.55" 8GB 5G 128GB Onyx Black £339.99 at ebay stockmustgo£339.99eBay Deals
Have had this for a few months on EE. Best phone I've ever had with no issues. Very hot at this price.
Just to be aware if you're on ee, there is an issue with some of the OnePlus models (including this one I think), were the phone completely loses signal and has to be switched off and on again to get it back. I had the 8T and it's an amazing phone, but have just had to return it because of this issue.
Sub £400 for grade B OP8? Hot!!!
Great price have some heat
I wish they had the pro version cheaper since this one doesnt have wireless charging. Great price and great phone though.
Posted 27th JanPosted 27th Jan
Official OnePlus Case x 2 for OnePlus 8 - £9.99 free p&p @ OnePlus£9.99 Free P&P FreeOnePlus Deals
Student discount also available. Options for first case: Nylon, Karbon, Clear Options for second case: Black, Cyan, Purple bumper case
UTTER SCAMMERS beware. They are based in Luxembourg and items are sourced from various European countries. They promise no hassle returns BUT it cost me £68 to return a Samsung Fold2 and NOW they have taken £237 off the price paid because I simply opened the box and looked at the item. BEWARE!
I have the Pro. T only benefit really is it has the 65W warp charge. Camera is superior on the Pro, so is the display, speakers etc. not to say the 8T is bad
How does the T stack against the Pro?? T seems to be much more affordable.