The US smartphone market is pretty sparse compared to the breadth of options buyers have in Europe and especially Asia. OnePlus is one of the few brands that tries to challenge the Samsung/Apple duopoly.
The OnePlus 11 is pretty cheap for a phone with a 6.7” QHD+ LTPO panel (120Hz, 10-bit). It has a trio of cameras with Hasselblad tuning and features, including a 50MP main (1/1.56”, OIS), 48MP ultra wide (115°) and a 32MP portrait camera (48mm/2x). It’s powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 and even though its clock speeds are a bit lower than the chip inside the Galaxy S23 series, this is still one of the fastest Androids. It’s fast to charge too, the 5,000mAh battery supports 100W wired only charging (80W in the US).
Amazon UK decided to pair the phone with the OnePlus Buds Pro 2 and it’s only the 16/256GB phone. The 8/128GB model is available too (no buds), but it falls outside of the Prime Day discounts.
There are reasons to pick the older OnePlus 10 Pro over its 2023 sibling. You still get a 6.7” QHD+ LTPO display and while not the Gen 2, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 is still plenty fast. The 10 Pro has a proper telephoto lens, a 77mm/3.3x periscope with an 8MP sensor, plus the ultra wide earns its name with a 150° FoV (compared to just 115° for the OnePlus 11). The main camera uses an older sensor, though (IMX789 vs. IMX890). Also, this one offers both fast wired (80W globally, 65W in 110V countries) and 50W wireless charging (the 11 is wired-only).
In the UK the OnePlus 10 Pro is paired with the older OnePlus Buds Pro. The Pro 2 have better noise cancellation, longer battery life and lower latency, but aren’t the best TWS buds by any means, so you're not missing a ton.
We will wrap up with a few honorable mentions from the Nord series. The OnePlus Nord 2T combines a Dimensity 1300 with a 6.43” 90Hz AMOLED display and a 50+8+2MP camera (the familiar IMX766 with OIS is in the starring role). Also of note is the 4,500mAh battery with 80W charging and 100h endurance rating it achieved.
The OnePlus Nord N200 is a cheap 5G option for the US. It has a Snapdragon 480 chipset and a 5.49” 90Hz IPS LCD – crucially, it has FHD+ resolution (unlike the N300). The 13MP camera and 5,000mAh battery with 18W charging are pretty basic, though.
We also checked Amazon Germany, but the OnePlus section is looking pretty sparse over there.
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If only their high-end phones didn’t come with useless curved screens.
These are good deal imo. I wonder if 11T is coming soon. Also if anyone is gonna buy these, make sure to check OnePlus' official store they got deals too.