Today is Thursday and that means only one thing. Well, that tomorrow is Friday and that today is a new ++ connectivity episode, the Andro4all podcast where we analyze the latest Android news, best phones and best-known apps. Last week we commented on everything we lost (and gained) when we went from Android to iOS, now it's time to analyze what might be one of the best Android phones of the year.
Because OnePlus was yesterday, which is one of our favorite products, surprise us with their OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro. Not just because the Chinese company has also built a model that lacks everything, but also because what we all feared has come true: OnePlus will no longer make cheap phones.
Is OnePlus 8 Pro the best Android phone? We're reviewing in the 50th episode
First we recommend you take a look at these two analyzes we did for both calls, for both OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro. Once this is done, we will continue to say what we like most about these terminals (and the little ones) and the wonderful visitor.
We'll see if it's still worth betting on OnePlus and its price hike or if on the other hand, there are better alternatives in the market. And we cannot miss the opportunity to talk about the emergence of the firm and how that has gone from being a champion against giants and their high prices, to joining their ranks; the thing is that all those product fans who have owned OnePlus since their first model back in 2014 have been less enthusiastic.
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