Camera quality has been a major weakness for OnePlus over the years, but it’s really stepped up its game in the last year or two. The OnePlus 7 Pro marked a significant improvement over what had come before, and the 7T Pro and 8 Pro have built on that foundation. The flagship OnePlus camera experience is, therefore, roughly on par with the best Samsung can muster but not at Google or Apple levels quite yet. But what about the new mid-range offering from OnePlus?
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The OnePlus 8 Pro delivers some considerable improvements (on paper) with its cameras compared to last year's 7 Pro and 7T. There are five imaging sensors on this behemoth of a phone, and four of those are on the back: including a wide angle, standard lens, telephoto, and "color shift" sensor, with a 48MP selfie shooter up front. How does this new system stack up? To answer that question, we've put together a gallery of examples that showcase just what the OnePlus 8 Pro can do.
If OnePlus phones have an Achilles heel, it's the camera. Although the company has made great strides, it still can't compare with the best of Google or Huawei, and that's still the case when it comes to the new 7T, though there are a couple of improvements and new features worth your consideration.