OnePlus 3T vs OnePlus 3 Full Comparison The Oneplus has been among the most successful phones in the price range that have made their mark in the Indian market, and we all wait for the new variant which supposedly seems to be just a notch-up to the current Oneplus 3 rather than a next level. However, its something to look after for its design to flaunt, the processing power, the classy screen in the price with mostly all features we look for in the premium segment of the smartphones.
The Oneplus 3T will be powered with Oneplus 3T which is an overclocked version of Oneplus 3 with 2 cores clocked 1.6 GHz and the faster pair at 2.35 GHz. It will come in two storage options with 64 GB and 128 GB.
OnePlus 3T vs OnePlus 3 Full Comparison
The major change we see on papers is a significant move from 8MP selfie camera to 16MP in the Oneplus 3T mirrored by Samsung 3P8SP 1-micron pixels. It should be a major leap for Oneplus to target the Selfie generation. The battery also takes a leap from 3000 mAH to 3400 mAH with Dash Charge (5V 4A) as is with the Oneplus 3, a jump in 13% in terms of the battery capacity which should materialize in if not exactly 13% longer lasting time but at least 10%. Rest of it is quite similar to the Oneplus 3.
|Size||152.7 x 74.7 x 7.4mm (6.01 x 2.94 x 0.29-inches)||152.7 x 74.7 x 7.4mm (6.01 x 2.94 x 0.29-inches)|
|Screen Size||5.5-inch AMOLED||5.5-inch AMOLED|
|Resolution||1,080 x 1,920 pixels||1,080 x 1,920 pixels|
|OS||Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow w/ Oxygen OS||Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow w/ Oxygen OS|
|SD Card Slot||No||No|
|Processor||Qualcomm Snapdragon 820||Qualcomm Snapdragon 821|
|Camera||16MP Rear / 8MP Front||16MP Rear / 16MP Front|
|Ports||USB-C, Headphone||USB-C, Headphone|
|Quick Charging||Yes, Dash Charge||Yes, Dash Charge|
|Color options||Graphite||Gunmetal, soft gold|
|TC Review||4.5 out of 5 stars||Coming soon!|
The design of both phones is nearly identical — they’re both 7.4-millimeters thick and tout the same dimensions. That doesn’t mean they’re overly thin, but they’re not bricks either. If you’re looking for an ultra-thin device you won’t feel in your pocket, however, neither of the two phones is probably the right choice for you.
The OnePlus 3 is an excellent device, and most of its specs are ahead of the curve. The battery life, however, was more on the curve. The 3,000mAh battery provided around a day and a half of use, putting it on par with every other Android device available today. The OnePlus 3T takes things to the next level with 3,400mAh battery, however. It’s likely that some of the extra juice will go toward powering the more capable processor, but, hopefully, it will also allow the phone to last longer with each charge
One of the ways that OnePlus seems to cut costs on its phones is by using a display with a lower resolution than what other companies might offer. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, though. Both phones come equipped with a 1,080 x 1,920-pixel Super AMOLED display, which offers bright colors and 5.5-inch slate on which to work.
First, let’s talk about the rear-facing camera, which is largely the same between the two phones. Both have a 16-megapixel sensor with a f/2.0 aperture, which is perfect for taking low-light photos. There is a difference between the two cameras, however, in that the OnePlus 3T boasts OnePlus’ “Intelligent Pixel Technology,” which reduces low-light noise. The 3T also has a sapphire lens and better electronic image stabilization, though they both tout the same Sony-built sensor.
The front-facing camera on the OnePlus 3T is more of an improvement over that of its predecessor. Whereas the OnePlus 3 featured an 8-megapixel sensor, the OnePlus 3T comes equipped with a hefty 16-megapixel sensor. The new camera also features a new “smile to capture” mode, which allows you to automatically capture a photo when you smile.
Both the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T boast the company’s proprietary Oxygen operating system, and they both come with Android 6 Marshmallow, rather than Android 7.0 — although they should both get the update shortly, at least according to OnePlus.
Oxygen OS is a standard Android overlay — there isn’t much in the way of bloatware, and there are only a few interface tweaks. If you’re a fan of stock Android, this is about as close as you’ll get without having to use actual stock Android.
Via – Digital Trends