OnePlus 8T+ 5G pre-orders begin at T-Mobile on October 16


Following today’s introduction of the OnePlus 8T, T-Mobile has spilled the launch details of its variant.

The OnePlus 8T+ 5G will be available for pre-order this Friday, October 16, and it’ll launch in stores on October 23. Pricing will be set at $0 down and $31.25 per month for 24 months or $0 down and $33.00 per month for 18 months on a JUMP! On Demand lease. Full price will be $749.99.

T-Mobile’s OnePlus 8T+ 5G will be available in Aquamarine Green and Lunar Silver color options.

For a limited time, T-Mo is offering 50% off the OnePlus 8T+ 5G with 24 monthly bill credits when you add a new line of service. This deal is open to new and existing customers and it also works with the OnePlus 8 5G that launched earlier this year.

The specs list for the OnePlus 8T+ 5G looks to be similar to the unlocked OnePlus 8T. The T-Mo version has a 6.55-inch 120Hz display, 4500mAh battery, and 65W fast charging that’ll get you a 100% charge in 39 minutes. There’s a quad rear camera setup included, too, which features 48MP main, 16MP ultra wide, 5MP macro, and 2MP monochrome cams.

Other features of the OnePlus 8T+ 5G include a Snapdragon 865 processor, 12GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, and IP68 water and dust resistance. It comes with Android 11 running below OnePlus’s custom OxygenOS 11 UI.

On the T-Mobile network, the OnePlus 8T+ 5G will support 2.5GHz mid-band and 600MHz low-band versions of 5G. The OnePlus 8T+ 5G also comes with support for standalone 5G, making it the first T-Mo phone to have that feature out of the box.

Source: T-Mobile

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  • David E

    Oh yes,sign me up!

  • Greg Victor

    I wonder when The Note 20 Ultra will get the SA 5G update.

  • Is this a exclusive device that T-Mobile called OnePlus 8T+ I mean OnePlus themselves calls it OnePlus 8T without the + what’s the difference here?

    • djurlegit

      Pretty sure they meant plus 5G as it gets 5G. The unboxing from T-Mo doesn’t say +. And the way Des says it sounds like its a marketing thing.

      • No, T-Mobile version is Officially called OnePlus 8T+ 5G while the unlocked version is called OnePlus 8T 5G

        • djurlegit

          What I said are facts, looks at the Box in the video, listen to how Des says it. Use some common sense. I mean aside from the IP68 which was on the T-Mobile and Verizon only 8, nothing else makes it a plus other than that there will be a 4G version which is why it’s called 8T + (with) 5G. Also, again, think, lets say I’m wrong ant they officially call it the 8T+5G as a name because you expect it to be better, just don’t. T-Mobile can rename it just like Verizon and their UWB devices like the S20 UWB or Oneplus 8 UWB. Regardless, you should be smart enough to know it might just be a damn naming scheme I’m wrong. Don’t come wirh me at “No” bra

        • Guess what, the T-Mobile version is different and that’s why it’s called OnePlus 8T+ 5G it has IP68 while the unlocked doesn’t! Enjoy

        • Sayahh

          djurlegit sure sounded convinced they were right and asked YOU to look things up before doing “some damn research” lol

          Asking questions isn’t dumb, it’s how we learn.

        • Exactly, that just backfired pretty darn quick.

        • djurlegit

          what backfired? You still asked a question on a post instead of trying to put in actual research. Go and argue with everything I just said nI like to see you try. Again I never said there was 4g only like it exist, i said, I call it plus as in with 5G. And like I also said, if I was wrong, if there a reason for a plus, it would may be a 4g and 5g difference since some regions only have 4g. And yeah, some companies do that if you spend more time researching than asking people on here as if they are all Oneplus gururs. Lmao. Also no way its call the plus because of IP68 been exist for OnePlus, yeah, they can go and rename it, but I highly doubt it. Companies don’t like messing up trends for the year, unless its usually the start of the year

        • Sayahh

          “…nothing else makes it a plus other than that there will be a 4G version which is why it’s called 8T + (with) 5G.”

          So there is a 8T+ that is 4G and a 8T 5G that isn’t “+”?

        • No, he’s wrong, there isn’t a 4G version of this device at all, the unlocked version sold directly from OnePlus is called OnePlus 8T 5G while the version T-Mobile will sell is called OnePlus 8T+ 5G the only difference between the 2 and assuming that’s the reason of the name change is the T-Mobile version has IP68 rating while the unlocked doesn’t, it’s that simple.

        • djurlegit

          you said, assuming, stop assuming its the IP Rating because going by your logic, my current oneplus 8 should be called the 8+, it has IP68

        • djurlegit

          And also, go do some damn research instead of asking questions on this site all week. Lmao.

  • djurlegit

    Damn, never been more glad to have J.O.D.

  • Mark McCoskey

    Still no Mid-band n41 in my area, so I’ll save my money and hold off for awhile longer. My T-Mobile 6T is working just fine.

    • shawn murray

      i feel you i have the oneplus 7tpro 5g Mclauren and it got the SA 5g update and everything and will get andriod 11 and 12 aso i am good till at lest the oneplus 9 or the 9t

      • Rene Shabastari

        The real super power of OnePlus phones is that you can unlock them and stay updated and/or customized for life

  • KMB877

    Above, I saw this sentence:
    “The OnePlus 8T+ 5G also comes with support for standalone 5G, making it the first T-Mo phone to have that feature out of the box”.
    Not really! The new iPhone 12 has this since yesterday.
    BTW – 8T doesn’t have a number of 5G bands from Europe, this is disappointing – I’m an international traveler.

    • JR

      Also the 7t plus mclaren also handles standalone 5G with the latest update.

  • eddie

    As a Sprint user, can I buy the T-Mobile version and use it on my Sprint line?

  • fyah

    My s20 fe is a better deal. You can’t beat two free fe.:))

    • KMB877

      Not yet, you still be on CDMA system.

      This Sprint -> T-mobile transition didn’t start yet, but you should ask a Sprint store. Maybe you’ll be switched to T-mobile network manually.

  • VanceDuke

    I was hoping T-mobile would run a half off or $500 off deal for an older model trade in like they did for the S20FE. I don’t need to trade in my 6T, but I would have probably done so with one of those deals. I don’t need another phone line.

    • Outrager

      I was in the same boat as you. I was hoping for a trade in deal so I can trade in my 6T to get it.

    • David E

      I want to Trade my Unlocked V60 thinQ towards this device. I don’t need any more new lines given I have 5 already!

    • Sayahh

      Does the S20FE have a regular and a 5G variety?

      • Francisco Peña

        not in the US. its all 5g (non-mmWave

  • Chris Fisher

    When will we have information on JUMP! On Demand pricing?

    -Edit – Reading comprehension would help. I didn’t see it in there earlier and even missed it when skimming again. Disregard!

  • Bay_Ranger

    Should anyone buy a new 5G phone that doesn’t work on the C bands? Wouldn’t I need to buy a new one next year?

    • KMB877

      Excuse my ignorance, what exactly “C” bands means? Are you referring to n260 & n261? Thanks!

      • shawn murray

        yes he is the high band of t-moble which is not going o be used for a while at lest another 2 years

      • Bay_Ranger

        C-band 5G networks, are scheduled to be auctioned in December with
        the intention of it being ready to be used by late 2021. It utilizes
        280MHz of mid-band spectrum between 3.7 and 4GH. This places it below
        the common 5GHz Wi-Fi band. Existing phones won’t be able to get upgrades to make them usable with the C-Band 5G networks, according to T-Mobile. My intention is to wait for C Band phones before parting with another $1000 for one — if I can.

        • KMB877

          Thank you!

  • izick

    So no support for Band n260 (39 GHz) and Band n261 (28 GHz)? Weird they want people to buy this without supporting their full 5G spectrum holdings, even if they haven’t switched on mmWave, yet.

  • James Symmonds

    As long as OnePlus is doing their tighter integration of facebook services that you can’t delete, OnePlus is a no go.

    • Jim Mill

      What r u talking about.

      • James Symmonds

        Previous to just a day or so ago, the last couple of generations of OnePlus phones had certain FB services baked into the OS and there wasn’t anything the user could do about it. They just announced that this won’t be in the T-Mobile version though and won’t be in newer OnePlus phones because it seems a lot of us didn’t like that idea.

        • Jim Mill

          I got the T-Mobile version of the OnePlus 8t that’s pretty nice I’m going to investigate that thanks for sharing that

    • psycho_nole

      They aren’t preloading Facebook anymore…at least for now.
      That’s according to android central, android police and others.

      • James Symmonds

        Yup, you probably read the same blogs I do but that wasn’t know when I posted my comment. ;)

  • djurlegit

    that’s pretty much an opinion just like your opinion. No where in there does a T-Mobile exec said what its for.
    For all I know you could be that writer, lmao.

    I never said there was a 4g version, if there is a reason why, then there would be a 4g version. If you can read my comment, you would understandy that IP rating would not make it plus, because they had it on the T-Mo and VZW standard 8.

    Also, why bother asking questions when you can go do your own research. Lmao. You learn more doing that than getting called out for asking dumb questions online. Lmao.m

  • Jim Mill

    Ordered mine today.

  • psycho_nole

    Just got my shipping notification. Says my 8T+ will get here monday

  • David Cosgrove

    Considering the 8T but without expandable memory ,how long will 256 mb last?

    • Jim Mill


    • Jim Mill

      256 GB will last a long time it’s an awesome phone I love it and then the 12 gigs of RAM the ufs 3.1 storage the amazing screen it’s a fantastic phone I’m loving it already

  • David E

    Doing a trade in tomorrow and ordering 8T..

  • David E

    Got my mine ordered with a trade in of a V60 I had laying around and my down payment. I will have remaining $157 owed not a bad Monday. Hope to see it in couple of days. Aquamarine Green.

  • Jim Mill

    I just replaced the OnePlus 8 with the OnePlus 8T I love it I definitely see some differences is definitely faster I don’t know if it’s just because it’s Android 11 it just seems smoother seems like there’s less pauses it just seems a lot more functional which means you know of course once the OnePlus 8 goes to Android 11 that’ll probably help it a lot anyway wanted to throw my two cents in pretty happy with it quality of the phone is just amazing the screen looks fantastic and the battery of course is unreal.