OnePlus 8 Glacial Green,​ 5G Unlocked Android Smartphone U.S Version

(7 customer reviews)


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OnePlus 8 Glacial Green,​ 5G Unlocked Android Smartphone U.S Version, 8GB RAM+128GB Storage, 90Hz Fluid Display, Triple Camera, with Alexa Built-in,

OnePlus 8 Glacial Green

  • OnePlus 8 Glacial Green Super Smooth Display – high resolution with a 90-Hz refresh rate – scrolling, swiping, and switching through apps feels easy and effortless
  • 16,6 cm / 6.55” AMOLED Screen – for an impressive multimedia experience, instant touch-response, more speed, and a fascinating clarity
  • Ultra Clear Triple Camera – 48MP main camera, 16MP ultra wide angle, 2MP macro and 16MP front camera, Nightscape 2.0, Studio Lightning, Super slow motion up to 460 FPS, RAW image, AI Scene Detection
  • 8 GB RAM and 128 GB internal storage for more performance, true speed, and larger amounts of data/ High-performance processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 with 5G connectivity
  • Power Battery 4300 mAh – Next generation WARP CHARGE 30T technology (ready-to-go in 20 minutes) fast charging / Android 10 operating system
  • OnePlus with Alexa Built-in provides Hands-Free access to Alexa. Simply say “Alexa” to play music make a call control your smart home check the weather and more using just your voice. Stay up to date and accomplish everyday tasks, all while on the go. Just ask – and Alexa will respond instantly. Download the Alexa app on your OnePlus device to start using Alexa Hands-Free today
Product Dimensions

6.31 x 2.87 x 0.31 inches

Item Weight

6.3 ounces

Item model number



1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)


Android 10.0


8 GB

Wireless communication technologies

Bluetooth, Cellular, Wi-Fi, NFC

Connectivity technologies

Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, NFC



Special features

Dual SIM, 4K Video Recording, Wireless Charging, Water Resistant

Display technology


Other display features


Human Interface Input


Other camera features

Rear, Front

Form Factor



Glacial Green

Battery Power Rating


Whats in the box

Warp Charge 30 Power Adapter, Warp Type-C Cable (Support USB 2.0), Quick Start Guide, Welcome Letter, Safety Information and Warranty Card, LOGO Sticker, Screen Protector (pre-applied), SIM Tray Ejector



Date First Available

May 19, 2020

Memory Storage Capacity

128 GB

Standing screen display size

6.55 Inches

Ram Memory Installed Size

8 GB

Battery Capacity

4510 Milliamp Hours


180 Grams

Charging Time

20 minutes

7 reviews for OnePlus 8 Glacial Green,​ 5G Unlocked Android Smartphone U.S Version

  1. Weaze the Wize

    This is my second Oneplus smartphone as I’m moving from the 6 to 8 and I’ve found a home with OnePlus. It may not have the name recognition in the USA that some of the other well-known brands do (Apple, Samsung, LG, Motorola, etc.) but now that more carriers are starting to adopt the brand in the states (Verizon & T-Mobile) it’s only a matter of time before it’s mentioned in the same breath as the Iphone or a galaxy. It has already topped many of the best phones of 2020 lists and for good reason. This phone is a beast, plain and simple. Whatever you throw at it, it can handle it plus more. Navigation in buttery smooth with a 90hz refresh rate screen. It’s got all the hardware you want under the hood with the latest Snapdragon processor on the market, 12GB of memory and 256GB of storage in the model I went with. It runs Android 10 with OxygenOS 10 UI which has always been good about giving the user great performance without shoving bloatware down your throat (it’s there but not in your face) They went away from the notch on the 6 and moved to a hole punch selfie camera on the 8 which really opens up the screen space. The rear cameras are high-powered topping out at 48MP and takes superb pictures and videos. The 4300 mAh battery has already lasted me a complete day and some change including a twelve-hour shift at work as an IT professional when I’m constantly using my phone to perform tasks. The warp charger is insanely fast as I can go to empty to a full charge in about 45 minutes. What it lacks, I don’t miss. The headphone jack is no more from the 6 but most all phones have said goodbye to that relic from yesteryear. I don’t want to pay a premium for an IP68 rating (just get a SUPCASE Unicorn Beetle case and thank me later) nor do I care about wireless charging. If those things are important to you, pay the extra $100-200 and upgrade to the OnePlus 8 Pro. While the phone is 5g capable, unless you’re on T-Mobile, you will likely only see 4G LTE if you’re like me (AT&T) since the device is ahead of the carriers in terms of coverage and compatibility. The best Android experience around all at an affordable price point in the top tier of flagship devices. This is the smartphone you want. Don’t hesitate and purchase with supreme confidence.

    • Smooth 90hz refresh rate
    • Snapdragon 865
    • 256GB of Storage and 12GB of memory
    • GSM Unlocked (AT&T, T-Mobile, etc)
    • Fast 30w WARP charging
    • 5G capable
    • Great picture quality
    • In screen fingerprint reader
    • Price is still exceptional compared to other flagship phones with similar specs
    • No IP68 dust/water resistant rating
    • Storage not expandable
    • No headphone jack
    • Lacks wireless charging
    • 5G currently only compatible on T-Mobile

  2. ken

    Overall a great phone.

    I did have to exchange my first purchase due to it being defective ( random shutdowns and apps closing )

    The phone itself is stunning with an amazing display at 120hz. Genuinely stunned every time I unlock the phone.

    – Camera is what to be expected but not “the best”
    – Phone is quick and responsive.
    – Curved display does give it an uneven tone.

    Would recommend this phone especially when it goes on sale.

  3. Mark

    I upgraded to the OnePlus 8 from a Pixel 2XL, and I have thoroughly enjoyed this phone so far! I was a little hesitant buying this phone (with some complaining about the camera, and so many other phones releasing this fall), but this phone has surpassed my expectations! I wasn’t interested in the OnePlus 8 Pro because of the larger size/weight and more expensive price tag. The OnePlus 8 is close to the size of my Pixel 2XL, which is big enough for me. Personally, I don’t really care about wireless charging or water resistance. Also, I read the pro has a more prominent waterfall screen (the screen wraps around the sides of the phone more), which I was not interested in.

    The screen is big and beautiful! The hole punch camera doesn’t bother me at all, and I forget it is there most of the time. The 90hz screen was a huge selling point for me, and is a huge upgrade from a 60hz screen. It really makes the phone feel buttery smooth.

    Speaking of buttery smooth, this phone will handle anything you throw at it! The combination of the beefy specs (emphasis on the 8gb/12 gb of RAM) and OxygenOS make for an amazing experience. I am not a big mobile gamer, but I did try PUBG to check out the 90 fps mode, which works and gameplay is smooth/fluid.

    The battery life has been fantastic. It will definitely get though an entire day with heavy usage. The included 30w fast charger will charge up your phone super quick if you are in a rush. The phone also has battery optimization options that will help prevent the battery from degrading overtime.

    The on-screen fingerprint reader is very fast and I rarely have issues unlocking the phone. I have not tried face recognition, because I just prefer the fingerprint reader.

    The stereo speakers are pretty great, and I have no issues with the sound quality. I mostly use Bluetooth Bose earbuds with the phone, and haven’t had any connection issues at all.

    The build quality is very premium and feels like a $1000 phone. Hepatic feedback (vibration) is something people overlook in reviews, and it feels great and is subtle. The power and volume buttons also feel nice and clicky. The power button on the Pixel 2 XL felt spongy, and sometimes wouldn’t even register me pressing it (it was super annoying). The notification slider (ring/vibrate/silent) is useful and should be on more Android phones. The glass back also makes the phone feel premium, but it is super slippery. It is also a fingerprint magnet (interstellar glow). So maybe slap a case or a D-Brand skin on the back (although the interstellar glow looks beautiful).

    In my opinion, the camera is not nearly as bad as some people are saying. It still takes high quality photos, and software updates will only make it better. It isn’t as easy as the pixel 2XL’s camera and camera software, but it has potential! It definitely isn’t on par with the OnePlus 8 pro or other $1000 phones, but it gets the job done. I am definitely not a photographer or photography enthusiast, so if you are looking for a phone that takes the best photos, maybe go with the OnePlus 8 pro. Also, the 2MP macro camera on this phone is pretty pointless (which may be my only negative point in this review). I know some people were having issues with the selfie camera (reports of blurry/fuzzy images), but I haven’t had any problems with it so far.

    Overall, this is exactly the phone I wanted. A super fast phone (high specs and 90hz screen) that I didn’t pay $1000+ for. I will never be able to go back to a phone with a 60hz screen!

  4. Cliente de Amazon

    Used phone for about a month now and it felt like an upgrade to my Samsung Galaxy S9+ which costed more than twice as much.

  5. PJ

    I am so very pleased this the OnePlus 8 pro. It surpassed my expectations. It is more user friendly than any Samsung phone I gave used.

  6. Jordan

    Comenzando con la entrega del producto está fue un poco tardada (más de 2 semanas) y tuve que ponerme en contacto con el vendedor pero después de eso llego rápidamente y sin ningún problema aunque al provenir de china todo en chino.
    Diseño: es un celular grande con una parte trasera de cristal muy bonita pero que rápido se ensucia, ya con una funda queda perfecto incluso el amplio borde las camaras.
    Fotografía: No deja nada que desear, pasar de un OnePlus 5T este es toda una revolución en cuanto a la calidad, en modo nocturno tampoco a fallado incluso en situaciones difíciles. No esperaba que fuera tan bueno incluso comparándolo a las opciones de alta gama de marcas como iPhone
    Rendimiento: es OnePlus así de sencillo el full HD+ y los 120 Hz hacen que la experiencia sea fluida y con el poder de los 12gb de ram todo lo que le pongas enfrente lo debora y lo corre con facilidas.
    Batería: Tuve un viaje de 15 horas por carretera y decidí probar que tanto podia llegar a durar la batería, reduje la calidad a solo HD y con 60Hz pero con los datos móviles y el Bluetooth encendido todo el viaje y fue una maravilla llegué a mi destino usando FB y Twitter de forma periódica con aún más del 30% de la batería.
    Conclusión: este es un magnífico dispositivo y si tienes el dinero para comprarlo lo recomiendo ampliamente, aunque en lo personal siento que no ha sido una revolución respecto a mi 5T anterior, es una mejoría y no hay que esperar que haya cambios tan drásticos cambiando de dispositivos que como ese aún funciona perfectamente y espero poder sacarle igual muchos años a este OnePlus 8Pro

  7. Weaze the Wize

    Solid phone for those who don’t want to sign a contract or spend in the $1000 price range for a flagship. In terms of performance nothing really hold it back. I use it a lot in split screen mode everything runs smoothly with 90hz refresh rate. The screen looks on par with Samsung AMOLED just tuned to be not quite as bright though. The charging speed is great at 30w even though battery last me through the day. The in screen fingerprint sensor makes it easy to login in to banking apps or pay for items, it works well. The extra sim slot is awesome if you travel a lot.
    The only cons are lack of micro sd expansion and the camera is decent. Other than that it’s a great phone for the money.

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