The OnePlus 8 series is now on sale globally. The regular OnePlus 8 still starts at just £599/US$799, while the 8 Pro is the first real OnePlus flagship, starting at £799/US$999. Do note that only the high-end versions are available in the US, hence the differences in price.
Both phones come with a gorgeous design and top-of-the-line specs, including the latest Snapdragon 865 processor and up to 12GB RAM.
However, there are a few notable upgrades on the Pro model, headlined by wireless charging for the very first time.
The Pro model also has better cameras, with a dedicated colour filter camera in addition to the wide, ultrawide and 3x telephoto. The display is also slightly larger at 6.78in compared with 6.55in, although both are very large devices.
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Nonetheless, both handsets are huge glass phones which you'll want to protect. With that in mind, we've picked out our favourite cases that are available so far.
Official OnePlus Karbon/Sandstone
OnePlus' official case lineup is typically solid, and this is no different for the 8 series.
You can get the sleek, minimalist Sandstone or textured Karbon finish on both the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro. There are also new Sandstone colours, with the case now coming in Cyan on both phone and Coral on the regular model.
The excellent quality we have come to expect from OnePlus cases is still here, with raised edges to protect from drops, without taking away from the sleek design of the phones.
If you're looking for something a little more affordable, why not try 32nd Shop's case.
It opts for the tried and tested wallet cover style, but opts for PU leather in order to keep costs down.
However, there isn't any compromise on protection here, with great all-around shock absorption. The shell is designed to complete with a magnetic clasp to ensure it stays in place. Inside, you'll find card slots opposite a plastic shell to keep the phone in place.
There are some eye-catching colour options, with the case available in purple (pictured) and deep blue in addition to the standard black.
You can buy it for £5.99, which translates to around US$7.55.
Olixar is regularly among the first brands to release new cases, and the OnePlus 8 series is no different.
The NovaShield is one of our favourites, offering a good blend of style and substance. Its design means you can appreciate the stunning OnePlus 8 design, without worrying about its fragile glass back being damaged easily.
Despite its main protection being around the back and side, you still have full access to all the ports and physical buttons.
If you'd like more of a traditional case, how about the Olixar Sentinel?
With a brushed metal design, this carbon fibre case is incredibly lightweight, adding almost no bulk to the device.
Despite the flexibility of the exterior, there's no doubt that protection is a priority here. The Sentinel has been designed to absorb shocks and impacts with ease. Its edges are also deeper than the screen, protecting the device if it should fall screen down.
You can further protect yourself against this by applying the free screen protector included with the case.
If you're looking for something ultra-affordable, Giztop's case is the one for you.
This soft skin cover's clear finish ensures your phone is protected from damage without taking away from the OnePlus 8's sleek design.
It's been built for shock absorption, with air pads in each corner which help disperse the impact and ensure the phone isn't adversely affected. as well as being resistant to fingerprints and scratches.
It provides full protection for the back and sides of your device, but all the physical buttons remain tactile and responsive.
You can buy it now for just £1.61/US$1.99.
Spigen Tough Armor
Spigen is a regular fixture in our case round-ups, and the Tough Armor is one of our favourites.
It's one of the few true heavy duty cases we regularly recommend, as it adds superb protection with relatively little bulk.
If you're not familiar, the TPU and polycarbonate design protects your phone from drops and scratches, while raised edges should ensure the screen stays in tact.
What's more, there's a built-in kickstand for added flexibility. We enjoy using this case all the time, but you can easily swap it out with relatively little hassle.
The case is not yet available on the Spigen website, but you can buy it from Amazon for US$16.99. That translates to around £13.81, although with hefty delivery charges we'd recommend waiting until it arrives in the UK.
Now that the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro are on sale around the world, you'll want to get your hands one for the best price. Check out our round-up of the best deals across both phones.