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OnePlus 8T gets a $120 price cut at Amazon for Cyber Monday

OnePlus 8T’s screen Andy Boxall/Digital Trends

The Amazon Cyber Monday deals just keep rolling in. They have even marked down the OnePlus 8T 5G Android Smartphone to just $630 — a full $120 discount. But you’ll want to act fast if you want to save because the Cyber Monday deal expires in just 12 hours.

In a matchup between the OnePlus 8T and the iPhone 12, the OnePlus 8T offers nearly identical performance, design, display, camera quality, 5G support, and battery life to Apple’s flagship product. And now, with this unprecedented discount, it’s down to just $630. If you’re looking to invest in a new, high-quality smartphone, this may just be the best — and even most affordable — deal for you.

The OnePlus 8T, which we reviewed just last month, delivers a slew of incredible features at a relatively low price. Its newest and perhaps most impressive feature is the phone’s battery, which only requires fifteen total minutes of charging time for a full day of power — yes, really. Of course, the 120Hz fluid display also delivers stunning, ultra-smooth quality on the 6.55-inch screen. It even refreshes twice as fast as standard smartphone displays. The 48MP Quad Camera allows for crisp, fluid, and overall staggeringly high-quality photos and videos, including lenses for both ultra-wide and portrait modes as well as the all-new primary Monochrome Lens. Plus, the 5G performance of the powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor paired with the 12GB of RAM delivers impressively speedy functionality on apps, games, and more. You can keep reading about all of the features we love on this phone if you want a more detailed rundown.

Luckily, if you’re not totally sold on the OnePlus 8T, there are plenty more Cyber Monday smartphone deals where that came from. In fact, if you don’t like the OnePlus 8T or iPhone 12, the Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus is of equal caliber and currently on sale for just $900 on Amazon — a full $300 price cut. On par with the best smartphones on the market today, the Galaxy S20 Plus delivers impressive, reliable, and in some cases, even superior design, camera, performance, and battery life to some of its competitors. Although it’s a bit more of a splurge, it’s well worth the money — especially at such a huge discount.

More smartphone deals available now

Smartphones aren’t the only products getting major price cuts today. Stay up to date on all of the Cyber Monday deals so that you won’t miss out on saving big.

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