Have you ever watched Christopher Nolan’s “The Dark Knight”? It is the second movie of his own adaptation of the Batman trilogy and in the said film, Joker said something that you either die a hero or live long enough until you become a villain. Well, that saying actually applies to the phone I am going to talk about in this article.
Today, I am going to be reviewing the OnePlus 8. Find out why I think it is a good smartphone but it could have been better.
Before anything else, I would like to go back to the quote I mentioned earlier. You see, this truly reflects what OnePlus as a company has become over the years.
The company’s first phone was hailed as the first ‘flagship killer’- a smartphone that has amazing specs offered at an affordable price.
The first OnePlus device has set people’s eyes on the company and for quite some time, this was true. However, the public then caught on the fact that the company is slowly turning into a ‘villain’ of sorts because instead of producing flagship killing devices, the company creates actual flagship phones instead.
It all started with the OnePlus 7 Pro. Although it is priced at $800, it is still a bit cheaper than flagships from Samsung and Apple, but it is slowly creeping up in price. True enough, a year later, the OnePlus 8 Pro was priced at $999 but the good thing is that for many reviewers, the price was actually justified. However, what about the original OnePlus 8? That is what we are going to find out in this review.
First and foremost, I have to give props to the company for creating an elegant device. The OnePlus 8 has a ‘waterfall’ display which is just a fancy term they use to denote its curved screen. Although most people do not like curved edges, there are some that do.
The placement of the buttons has been mixed up on this model. Instead of having the volume controls and the power button situated on one side, they are now separate in that the former is now found on the left side of the phone while the latter can be found on the right side.
There is no headphone jack on this device, sadly, so for people that want to use their own headphones, you might want to buy a pair of wireless headphones instead.
The OnePlus 8 comes in three different colors- one of which has a matte finish and two of which have a glossy back.
Only the Glacial Green has a matte finish while the Interstellar Glow and Onyx Black have the glossy textures. Although I personally love the Onyx Black, it is a definite fingerprint magnet, so do bear that in mind if you choose this variant.
I also want to point out that the camera array protrudes a little bit, so there might be a slight issue if you are going to put the device inside your pocket (although it is not as pronounced as the ‘pro’ variant, it is still worth mentioning).
Sadly, the phone doesn’t come with official IP68 certification compared to its older sibling, the OnePlus 8 Pro. Sure, the device is pretty sealed off, but I wouldn’t dare subject it to water splashes or anything that might hurt the phone itself.
OnePlus is actually one of the first companies that have implemented a fast refresh rate screen and that is quite evident on the OnePlus 8.
It has a 6.55-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 2400 x 1080 (Full HD+) and has an aspect ratio of 20:9 which allows content to fully utilize the big screen real estate.
The AMOLED panel can also be clocked at 90Hz refresh rate as well, although do keep in mind that by doing so, you are effectively increasing the battery drain. Fortunately, the device comes with a really fast charger which I will talk about later.
Media consumption with this phone is a dream thanks to its HDR10+ certification and I love the fact that colors are punchy and vibrant due to the AMOLED panel that was used.
This device has an in-display fingerprint scanner and I am quite surprised that it is one of the fastest ones I’ve used. It is also pretty accurate as well and you only have to store your fingerprint data once which is a good thing.
Specs and Performance
- Chipset: Qualcomm Snapdragon 865
- GPU: Adreno 650
- RAM: 8GB/12GB
- Storage: 128GB/256GB UFS 3.0
- Display: 6.55-inch Fluid AMOLED, HDR10+, 90Hz Refresh Rate, Corning Gorilla Glass 5
- Cameras: 48-megapixel (f/1.8) wide, 16-megapixel (f/2.2) Ultra-wide, 2-megapixel macro; 16-megapixel (f/2.0) selfie camera
- Battery: 4,300 mAh with included 30-watt Warp charger
- Connectivity: WiFi 6, Bluetooth 5.0, NFC, USB Type-C
- Colors: Onyx Black, Interstellar Glow, Glacial Green (Matte)
Specs-wise, the OnePlus 8 is pretty good. You could say that it has flagship components, except of course for the camera array which I will discuss in a bit.
Now, I would like to point out that if you are going to get the 128GB variant, you are going to get only 8GB of RAM. Getting the 256GB variant will get you the full 12GB, though, in real-world usage, you would hardly notice the difference in RAM anyway.
The performance of this phone is actually pretty smooth. Set the display to 90Hz and I promise you that you will never want to go back to a 60Hz device. Sure, it drains the battery faster, but because of the included charging, topping this phone up only requires less than an hour to fully recharge.
You can throw any Android games on this device and it will handle it without any issues at all. It doesn’t get too warm to the touch even with prolonged gaming sessions which is a nice thing.
If there is one weak link to the OnePlus 8, it would be its cameras. Sure, you get a 3-camera setup on the back but instead of the usual telephoto sensor as the third camera, you get a mediocre 2-megapixel macro camera.
A macro sensor, in theory, is great to use when it comes to showcasing products for reviews and whatnot, but its implementation here is just mediocre at best.
While the main shooter does produce amazing shots, its overall performance, at least when compared to its ‘Pro’ counterpart, is just passable and nothing too spectacular.
It does give you the option to record 4K videos but even that is not stable enough to use while you are walking about.
To put it simply, the cameras on the OnePlus 8 are just disappointing and for the price, you would definitely be expecting more.
While the cameras on this device leave much to be desired, the battery on this thing is just superb. The OnePlus 8 comes with a 4,300 mAh battery but that is not the interesting part here; it is its included charger.
OnePlus is actually one of the companies that have first implemented fast charging on mobile devices and it is certainly evident here thanks to the 30-watt Warp charger.
Topping the phone up from 5% to 97% only takes 45 minutes which is pretty insane!
Now, I do have to point out that although there are some variants of this device that have a glass back, the device, sadly, doesn’t have the necessary coils built-in. In other words, it doesn’t support wireless charging.
Fortunately, you do not need to plug the device too long though thanks to the included charging brick.
To circle back to the original quote, let me rephrase it by saying that OnePlus has been in the industry for so long that it, too, has churned out ‘actual’ flagship phones. They no longer produce the flagship killers that the company was known for back then.
Now, I do understand that there are many factors that have contributed to this, and I wouldn’t really mind so long as the phones they’ve produced warrants the higher price tag, but the OnePlus 8 is not it.
It has flagship components, sure, but its cameras leave so much to be desired. I am not saying that the device is that bad; I am saying that because of the price jump, you should expect more but this device just underperforms in that department.
The good thing, though, is that the OnePlus 8 Pro, despite it being priced at $999, does warrant its price tag because of its amazing package overall.
Still, if you have $699 to spend, the OnePlus 8 is still a good choice, though there are others out there that outperform this device, especially on the camera side of things.
The 8 Best Headphones in 2020 That Will Provide a Great Listening Experience
Are you looking for the best headphones in 2020? If so, you’ve come to the right article. For today, I am going to be talking about top-notch headphones that will surely help you enjoy your music even more.
Before We Begin
There are different types of headphones out there and one thing that people usually ask about this topic is: What is the best pair of headphones out there?
Well, that question is actually hard to answer because there are a lot of different factors to consider. The better question would be what is the best pair of headphones for you.
You see, a lot of us are seeking so many different features. Some would prefer using earbuds when they are working out. Some would prefer noise-canceling headphones as they commute to work. And there are those that want some headphones with an over-ear design that will help isolate the sound- providing a more immersive listening experience.
That is why before heading out there and choosing the best pair of headphones for you, it is important that you jot down your preferences so that you will narrow down your choices considerably.
To help you decide, here are some of the things worth considering if you intend to purchase some headphones soon:
- Type: As mentioned earlier, there are three types of headphones you can choose from. There are earbuds or earphones that are small sound output devices that pretty much cover your ears perfectly. There are on-ear headphones that rest on your ears providing a somewhat immersive listening experience. And there are the over-ear headphones that do a good job of noise isolation. Of course, this is a matter of preference. Personally, I like over-ears simply because they inherently have some form of noise-canceling and it truly isolates sound within your ear space
- Drivers: These are responsible for creating the sound that you hear. Earphones typically have 8mm-13mm drivers and over-ear headphones have 40-55mm. The on-ears sit somewhere in between. The bigger the driver, the louder the sound can get and the more punchy bass you will receive. Of course, the bigger the driver, the bigger the size of the headphones will be
- Noise Cancellation: This is a feature that is present in both in-ear and over-ear headphones. There are two types: Passive and Active. Passive noise cancellation is where the headphones do a good job of removing as much noise from the outside as possible without enabling anything. Active noise cancellation is where you will enable a feature that will basically remove any external noise. The thing that you have to remember when it comes to active noise cancelation is that not all of them are created equally. There are those that do a good job of isolating the sound in your ear space and there are those that produce mediocre results
- Wireless Connectivity: As more and more smartphones ditch the 3.5mm audio jack, Bluetooth headphones have become quite popular. If you are going to buy one, it is important that you look at the audio codecs it supports. Ideally, you want to go with a pair of headphones that either supports the aptX or the AAC codecs because they produce the best sound. Android phones will have no problems supporting both, but iPhones typically only support the AAC codec. Again, if you are shopping for a pair of wireless headphones, it is important that you look at the code that it supports
- Smart Features: Do you constantly use Siri, Alexa, or Google’s voice assistant? If so, you’d want to go for wireless headphones that support the said smart features. They typically have built-in microphones that allow you to speak freely to activate the AI technology you want to use. In addition, the built-in mic also serves as a handy microphone for calls as well
- Price: Back then, I would typically tell people to establish a budget first before buying but I am blown away by the fact that headphones these days need not be expensive to have all of the features that you want. For example, you can get an amazing pair of ANC headphones for less than $100. Before, such an item would cost you more than $300, but that is no longer the case today.
Best Headphones in 2020
For the purpose of this article, I will only recommend over-ear headphones because I’d assume that that’s what people want to buy in this day and age. That being said, let’s go on with our top headphones list, shall we?
This is what I would consider as one of the best wireless headphones in the market. The Sony WH-1000MX3 has got it all. It is comfortable, its sound quality is superb, and it has active noise canceling feature that effectively removes any external noise while you are listening to your favorite music.
These things are so comfortable that you will barely notice them on your head. It has a nice black aesthetic so that it remains subtle even if you are wearing them at night.
Among the other wireless headphones on the market, this thing makes use of a USB Type-C connection which is pretty much a futureproof device at this point.
When it comes to audio, it provides lots of detail and it uses analogue amplification that will give that immersive sound experience that you are clamoring for.
To top it all off, this thing can last up to 30 hours on a single charge which is definitely one of the best out there.
The Sony WH-1000MC3 is, without a doubt, one of the best active noise-canceling headphones in 2020. Best of all, it has received a $100 price drop and is sold for just $250 at the time of writing, thus making this a killer deal!
2.Bowers & Wilkins PX7
Another amazing wireless headphones, the Bowers & Wilkins PX7 is hailed by many as ‘best-in-class’. But like I’ve said earlier, what others might deem as the best might not be for you, so you will still have to try this one out for yourself to test that claim.
Anyway, this is another pair of over-the-ear headphones that are quite comfortable to wear even for hours and hours.
It has a large 43.6mm driver and it has a lot of dynamic range which means that whether you are listening to songs that have a punchy bass or those that have zapping vocals, this thing can handle it without any issues at all.
Although this is a wireless pair of headphones, there is actually an included cable that you can use that will allow you to use this thing when wired to your smartphone or game console, for example.
Just like the recommendation above, the PX7 can last up to 30 hours on a single charge which should put your mind at ease.
In terms of codecs, the PX7 uses aptX adaptive so if your phone supports it, then you will get an unparalleled sound as a result.
Although it is on the pricey side, you can never go wrong with the Bowers & Wilkins PX7.
3.Sennheiser Momentum Wireless (2019)
Sennheiser is a household name when it comes to portable audio products and this next one is definitely one of the best wireless headphones out there.
The Sennheiser Momentum Wireless was deemed by sound experts as one of the best headphones of 2019, but without the massive influx of new products this year, I think this remains to be the case today as well.
What you have here is a gorgeous pair of headphones that sit over your ear and provides that level of comfort unlike any other. They are so comfortable that you do not want to remove them from your noggin.
It has superb active noise canceling capabilities and it uses the aptX codec of your smartphone for amazing sound output.
The only thing that is holding this back is that its battery life is quite mediocre. At 50% volume and without the ANC enabled, this thing can last up to 17 hours. Increase the value a bit and turn on the ANC and you will have less than 12.
It could have been rectified if it had a 3.5mm headphone cable you can use but it doesn’t support that either which is a bummer.
But hey, if you want amazing sound quality and great comfort, the Sennheiser Momentum Wireless (2019) is still very easy to recommend.
4.Bose Noise Canceling Headphones 700
Some Bluetooth headphones are pretty hard to pair up with your portable device, but not this next one.
The Bose Noise Canceling Headphones 700 is expensive but for all of the right reasons. It has a stylish yet sturdy form factor. It is comfortable to wear even for hours on end. And, its sound output is definitely top-notch.
It has one of the best active noise-canceling features among the ANC headphones that you can find on the market. So much so that I will advise you not to enable the feature when you are walking down the street as you can literally not hear anything from your surroundings.
While it produces amazing sound by default, I am just saddened by the lack of EQ settings. It would have elevated this product even more if it had it but hey, I guess some compromises have to be made.
If you value punchy bass, the Bose Noise Canceling Headphones 700 will not disappoint.
Typically, headphones favor one part of the frequency curve. There are those that offer a great lower frequency response. There are those that value the crispness of the mids or vocals. And there are also those that handle the treble really well.
However, if you are like me and want a pair of headphones that can support the entire frequency range, then the Beyerdynamic Amiron has got you covered.
This is one of the more balanced sounding headphones on the market. They sound fantastic no matter what genre of music you intend to listen to.
They are also quite comfortable and although this doesn’t have ANC, it does have a relatively good passive noise canceling nonetheless.
The only thing that might put you off from getting these headphones (well, aside from the price) is that it only uses a wired interface. There are 3.5mm, as well as 6.3mm cables in the box.
6.Plantronics BackBeat Go 810
As mentioned earlier in the article, price is no longer a huge consideration when shopping for headphones. In fact, you can get a good wireless pair of headphones that don’t break the bank and this next one will surely be quite appealing to you.
The Plantronics Backbeat Go 810 is a wireless pair of headphones that can connect to your smartphone via Bluetooth. It does so really well and you can pair it with your device quickly and easily.
It has 40mm dynamic drivers that produce a warm, more balanced sound. This is perfect if you are listening to music from all types of genres.
This thing has a very impressive wireless range. You can be 100 feet away from your device and it would still not cut off, which is unparalleled for a budget wireless headphones.
While it has active noise canceling, it is not as good as the other headphones on this list but hey, at least it is there if you want to enable it.
7.Sennheiser HD 450BT
People who want a pair of headphones with a minimalist design will love the Sennheiser HD 450BT.
As you can tell by the product’s name, it is a wireless pair of headphones that make use of the aptX codec for amazing sound quality.
True enough, it produces a more well-rounded sound, so whether you want to feel the kick of the bass or the melody of the vocals, this thing can handle them very well.
This is also an active noise-canceling headphone but its implementation is not as good as the other options on this list.
Its battery life is good though as it can last up to 24 hours with the volume set at 75%.
The last pair of headphones on this list is also a budget offering. The MPOW H10 is quite popular on Amazon and that is because it is cheap but offers some of the features that are found in more premium models.
The MPOW H10 is comfortable despite it having a plastic exterior. It has active noise canceling and for the price, it is actually pretty solid.
The sound quality is okay. It favors more on the lower end of the frequency curve but it does a good enough job not to drown out the highs and the mids.
For a pair of wireless headphones this cheap, I am surprised by its impressive battery life. It can last up to 30 hours and it has fast charging so you can give it enough juice to last you a considerable amount of time.
Its downside is its build quality, but for what you are getting for $70, I wouldn’t really complain.
Wi-Fi 6 Explained- What’s New and Why You Might Be Interested
As the world is more connected to the internet now more than ever before, our routers have to be well-equipped to handle the massive demand.
Therefore, a new generation of routers is set to take the stage, replacing the old 802.11ac routers that have populated the vast majority of households worldwide.
Today, I am going to explain what WiFi 6 is and tell you what is new and why this might interest you, especially in the near future.
What if WiFi 6?
When you were browsing some routers before, you might find words such as ‘Wireless N’, ‘Wireless AC’, ‘802.11ac’, and so much more. These are just old WiFi naming conventions and while they did help segregate the product stack, it might be confusing for the layman.
That is why the WiFi Alliance has deemed the naming convention obsolete and have opted to use numbers instead of confusing alpha-numeric combinations. Thus, the WiFi 6 standard was born.
WiFi 6 is set to replace the old 802.11ac (or Wireless AC) standard and it is going to be official this September 2020.
It brings with it a lot of new and exciting technologies that will surely help keep up with the growing demands of internet connectivity all throughout the world.
You see, as more and more smartphones and smart gadgets are used on a daily basis, the routers that we have might not have the capacity nor the throughput to handle the demand.
WiFi 6 aims to solve that and then some which is why it is pretty interesting to talk about it here.
There are a lot of benefits that can be had by using the new standard, some of which are:
- More support for simultaneous connections thanks to the increased throughput and more data streams
- More bandwidth for people to use, allowing you to stream 4K content or engage in virtual reality streaming
- The network is able to handle more data at once thanks to variable packets instead of uniform packets of data
- Up to 4x more performance than even the fastest AC router available today
- Ability to sustain internet performance despite many connected devices in the network
- More data spectrums will be supported. Aside from the usual 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequencies, the new standard will also support the upcoming 1GHz and 6GHz frequencies as well
- More data spectrums would mean more routes for communication- allowing better performance across the board.
The New Technologies
The new WiFi 6 standard will actually bring with it a slew of new technologies and features that will surely help the ever-increasing demand for internet connectivity across the globe.
Some of them are entirely new while others are just improvements over existing technologies. Here are just some of the new stuff that you can expect:
- MU-MIMO (Multi-User, Multi-Input, Multi-Output)- This is already existing technology in Wireless AC routers but the problem is that the current one only supports 4×4 MIMO streams. With WiFi 6, the input and output is effectively doubled (8×8) which means that there is plenty of streams that the connected devices can use- resulting in fewer conflicts and minimal cutting off of service
- OFDMA– This stands for ‘Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access’ and what this means is that it works in tandem with MU-MIMO to deliver you low-latency and efficient internet data streams where possible. Even if 30 users are connected to the network at once, all of them will be serviced without any problems
- OBSS– Also known as ‘Spatial Frequency Reuse’, each connected device in the network will be assigned a particular color and that color will be assigned to a specific access point. This translates to less network congestion even when multiple devices are connected to the network and using the internet connection at once
- Dynamic Fragmentation– Instead of uniform data packets like the ones used by the WiFi AC standard, WiFi 6 makes use of variable data packets which means that the router’s resources will be used in more important tasks than this one. This means reduced latency and improved data throughput while also being efficient in its operation as well
- Beamforming– While not entirely new, the beamforming technology in WiFi 6 enabled devices would mean better performance by realigning the data to a new direction much faster than ever before
- Better Resource Management– Because WiFi 6 routers have better scheduler parameters and WiFi 6 devices have better scheduling and wake-up schemes, the new standard basically means better resource management for both the router and the connected devices.
Faster than 5G
Did you know that when all of the new frequencies are in place, WiFi 6 is actually better and much faster than even the mmWave 5G connections? That’s right, by using a 5G Phone, you can test this yourself (assuming that you also have a WiFi 6 router as well).
How to Get WiFi 6?
Now, you may have been convinced to get the new WiFi standard immediately, but you may have to wait for 2-3 years for it to mature.
That being said, to take advantage of the new standard, you will have to have a device that supports WiFi AX and you also have to have a router that is using the new WiFi standard as well. That means that both the networking device, as well as your phone or computer, will have to be WiFi 6 compliant for everything to work.
After that, it is just a means of connecting the said device to the router and the latter will take care of the rest.
WiFi 6 is the newest WiFi standard. It is easy to remember and its performance is 4x much better than the current 802.11ac standard.
While it offers a lot of new features, you will still have to wait up to 3 years for everything to be up to speed.
For now, you might want to get your hands on a WiFi 6-compatible device while you’re waiting for everything to mature.
Cowin E7 Headphones Review- Is This $50 ANC Headphones Worth It?
Active noise-canceling headphones need not be expensive. There are certainly many budget offerings you can find out there, but are they really worth buying?
Today, I am going to review the Cowin E7. These are active noise-canceling headphones that you can buy for just under $50. Is it worth it or should you go for something else?
As you can typically expect from a budget pair of headphones, the build quality of the Cowin E7 is not its strongest suit.
It has a predominantly plastic build that is supported by a metal frame just near the earcups. It should do the job of keeping things together but I’d recommend that you do not drop these things because there is a huge chance that it may break.
On the left side, you will find the active noise-canceling (ANC) button that you can press to turn the feature on or off.
On the right side, you will find a play/pause button directly on top of the earcup and situated at the bottom, you will find +/- controls for the volume (by tapping them) or for back/skip tracks (if you press and hold for 2 seconds).
I don’t know why but it seems that most headphone manufacturers think that all heads are created the same from an ergonomic standpoint.
I would say that these headphones were created only for those people with perfectly round heads. It is not ideal for people who have large heads like me.
In other words, this pair of cans fit perfectly for small or medium-sized heads, but they are certainly not meant for people with bigger noggins.
Because this is using faux leather earcups, it does a good job of isolating the sound inside the earcups, thereby minimizing the sound leakage, but they do tend to get warm after an hour or so of listening.
The Cowin E7 is a pair of Bluetooth headphones. No, it doesn’t come with a companion app which means that you can simply connect these to your smartphone by enabling its Bluetooth functionality.
It cannot connect to multiple devices at the same time but it does a pretty admirable job of connecting to just one source.
In terms of range, it can reach roughly 10 meters away from the source which is pretty respectable and should be in line with other budget Bluetooth headphones.
The wireless latency of the Cowin E7 is 160ms which is okay, but I wouldn’t recommend this if you intend to play games on your mobile device.
It is also worth noting that if you intend to use this wired (because it comes with a 3.5mm cable), you will not be able to communicate with other people because the built-in microphones do not work while using the wired interface.
This pair of headphones has an ANC button located at the left earcup and you can enable it by just pressing the said button.
When enabled, I could barely notice that the feature was on in the first place. Technically, it can reduce ambient sound by as much as 8dB which is pretty weak in performance compared to other budget Bluetooth headphones.
Honestly, if you were to enable its ANC and you are inside a coffee shop with a lot of people, the active-noise canceling on this thing is just akin to wearing a pair of cans on your noggin and that’s it.
As an audiophile, sound quality is always a very important matter and I have to say that the Cowin E7 is just so disappointing.
Sure, it heavily favors the lower frequencies which means that you get more thump every time the bass kicks in, but it is so overpowering that the mids and highs are simply muddied as a resylt.
I listen to rock and metal songs and the lead guitar solos just do not sound right. The vocals, while much clearer than the guitar solos, are also overpowered by the bass as well.
If I were to describe the audio quality, I would say that it is darker than your average pair of headphones.
I wouldn’t recommend this for anyone else other than people that want nothing but a good bass response and that’s it.
The company said that these headphones can last up to 30 hours with active noise canceling on. In my testing, that is not the case.
Although, I do have to say that I was able to eke out 22 hours with ANC enabled and volume set to 75%. Your mileage may vary depending on the volume level you stick with, but at least you get a rough idea of how long-lasting this battery is when both of those things are factored into the mix.
It does come with an included microUSB cable for charging but I have to say that it’s a pretty slow one. To fully charge this thing, you have to wait for 3 hours or so for it to reach 0 to 100%, which is unacceptable for a lot of people.
The Cowin E7 is a disappointment, to say the least. Its ANC feature is the weakest among the budget headphones I’ve tested. Its comfort is not suited for people with big heads like me and the charging time is just so slow by today’s standards.
Sure, it is a pretty enticing product since it is sold at just under $50, but you are better off saving a bit more to get a high-quality pair of ANC headphones.
I would suggest that you save up for the Sony WH-1000MX3 or the Bose QuietComfort 35 II instead as both of them have received major price drops recently.
If I were to be honest, I would stay away from the Cowin E7 like the plague.
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