It isn’t every day that you see a flagship phone discounted like this, but today is one of those days. If you’re quick you can now get your hands on a OnePlus 8 Pro with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage for just $919.99.
Normally this phone would sell for around $1000 but if you order soon you’ll save $80.
You won’t be made to work for it either, with no need to enter any discount codes or clip any coupons. Just add the phone to your cart, check out, and wait for it to turn up on your doorstep.
With its 6.78-inch 120Hz display, upgraded 12GB of RAM, and ample 256GB of storage you’re getting a capable phone that stands out from the crowd. It’s 5G capable and the 48-megapixel quad-camera setup will have you taking great shots every time.
At the time of writing this phone has almost 400 reviews with a combined Amazon rating of 4.3 stars out of a possible five. That’s enough to tell you how popular this thing is and a quick search of the reviews online will confirm it.
You’ll kick yourself if you miss out on this! We don’t know how long this price will be on offer, unfortunately. So anyone considering taking advantage of this deal should probably do so now, while they still can.
Buy: OnePlus 8 Pro 5G, 256GB, Unlocked in Onyx Black or Ultramarine Blue from Amazon: $919.00 | Original price $1,000
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