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256GB OnePlus 8 Pro Unlocked Smartphone + OnePlus Buds Z Steven Harrington Edition EXPIRED

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OnePlus has 256GB OnePlus 8 Pro Unlocked Smartphone + OnePlus Buds Z Steven Harrington Edition on sale for $699.99 when you apply voucher code 8PRO100OFF at checkout. Shipping is free.

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  1. Go to 256GB OnePlus 8 Pro Unlocked Smartphone
  2. Choose color and add item to cart
    • Ultramarine Blue
      • Note: OnePlus Buds Z Steven Harrington Edition will be automatically added to cart
  3. Proceed to checkout
  4. Select free standard shipping
  5. Click on Voucher then click on + Add
  6. Enter code 8PRO100OFF
  7. Your total will be $699.99, shipping is free
Specs:
  • 6.78" 1440x3168 120Hz HDR10+ AMOLED Display
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Octa-Core Processor
  • 12GB RAM
  • 256GB Internal Storage
  • Rear Cameras: 48MP OIS (Wide), 8MP (Telephoto), 48MP (Ultrawide)
  • Front Camera: 16MP (Wide)
  • 802.11ac WiFi | Bluetooth 5.1 | NFC
  • In-Display Optical Fingerprint Sensor
  • USB 3.1 Type C
  • 4510mAh Battery
  • Android 10 (upgradable to Android 11, OxygenOS 11)
  • No 3.5mm Headphone Jack

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    • This deal is $100 less than this previous popular deal
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OnePlus [oneplus.com]: Additional $100 Off on OnePlus 8 Pro with Code 8PRO100OFF ($699), get a OnePlus Buds Z (Steven Harrington Limited Edition) for Free
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Ecccj asked this question on 03-01-2021 at 11:42 AM
03-05-2021 at 10:48 AM
the Global variant has all the bands.. I have global 7T and runs fine on verizon network.. Stay away from the TMOBILE/GSM only ones
wddwndrr asked this question on 02-26-2021 at 02:37 PM
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OP phones have a massive custom firmware support community on XDA, FWIW. This thing will be supported that way at least for an additional 5-7 years I'm willing to bed

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They are getting ready to announce the 9. Suppose to be next month
5T still working like champ after 4.5 years
Pretty good deal imo. OP 8 pro is a beast! I've tried other Android brands but nothing else comes close in terms of value for money and user experience. Also, they don't slow down your phone unlike other major brands.

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Love the color of this 8 Pro.
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They are getting ready to announce the 9. Suppose to be next month
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As soon as mine updated to android 11 the fingerprint reader quit working. Their only solution is to mail it in for repair.......
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Pretty good deal imo. OP 8 pro is a beast! I've tried other Android brands but nothing else comes close in terms of value for money and user experience. Also, they don't slow down your phone unlike other major brands.
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As soon as mine updated to android 11 the fingerprint reader quit working. Their only solution is to mail it in for repair.......
Auto rotate doesn't work on mine after updating
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One plus 8 is very good. The OS is super fast, smooth and without bloatware. Screen looks and feels nice especially with the high refresh rate. No wonder they are the number 1 in India right now

One plus has the highest brand loyalty (yes, higher than Apple and Samsung), and has a higher market share as well.
See for yourself:
https://www.bgr.in/news/oneplus-h...rt-896408/
Here is an older post, but can explain the popularity of this brand:
https://www.quora.com/Why-is-OneP...opularity.
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I usually go with Google phones because of the easy RMA process in case I run into any issue. With OP you need to send it in for repair and they will charge you. They don't just do a replacement like google does. Hard pass.
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Any speculation on what this will drop to after the OnePlus 9 release next month?? I'm in the market now and seriously eyeballing the Galaxy S20 FE. Have a OP6 right now, but it's been acting up over past few months. Not 100% sure it's not software (apps) yet as I've been putting off a factory reset. Any thoughts/suggestions?
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Any speculation on what this will drop to after the OnePlus 9 release next month?? I'm in the market now and seriously eyeballing the Galaxy S20 FE. Have a OP6 right now, but it's been acting up over past few months. Not 100% sure it's not software (apps) yet as I've been putting off a factory reset. Any thoughts/suggestions?
OP 9 will be a great phone for sure. Not too sure about the price point though. Latest Qualcomm chipset, better cameras, screen might be the same as the 8 pro. I've upgraded to the 8 pro from my 5t recently and its been great so far. If you can wait +- 3 months after release date that'll be your best bet. That's where the promotions kick in.
As for your OP6, a factory reset can do wonders for you. Just make sure you have your backups set and it should be a breeze. Also make sure to clear your cache right after a software update.
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I usually go with Google phones because of the easy RMA process in case I run into any issue. With OP you need to send it in for repair and they will charge you. They don't just do a replacement like google does. Hard pass.
My experience returning my Nexus One trackball issue was much different than my last RMA for the Pixel 4XL. It took me numerous calls to Google support for any help and even that took about 3 weeks. All they want is for you to take it to a 3rd party repair place. Imo, unless you are within a reasonable distance, you get shafted.
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Any speculation on what this will drop to after the OnePlus 9 release next month?? I'm in the market now and seriously eyeballing the Galaxy S20 FE. Have a OP6 right now, but it's been acting up over past few months. Not 100% sure it's not software (apps) yet as I've been putting off a factory reset. Any thoughts/suggestions?
I bet they will try to bundle the 8 + 9 some how before they bring down the 8pro price down for a single unit.
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As soon as mine updated to android 11 the fingerprint reader quit working. Their only solution is to mail it in for repair.......
Sorry for you.Mine is working fine with 11
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