It doesn’t happen every single day that there are 2 smartphones in the market from 2 different brands with similar specs, competing at around the same price range and looking to get attention.
The OnePlus Nord 2 5G and Poco F3 GT are 2 of the newest smartphones in India which have been launched with a MediaTek Dimensity 1200 5G chipset and these are available at around the same cost with slight difference. While you are looking to get any of these devices, you might wish to know the differences between the two smartphones.
Here are some of the differences between OnePlus Nord 2 5G and Poco F3 GT that would help you in making a better decision:
- As far as the design is concerned, both the smartphones look absolutely durable with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 support on both front and back. However, the Poco F3 smartphone is IP53 compliant and resistant to dust and occasional splashes.
- Both the smartphones have a really good display but there is surely some difference. While the OnePlus Nord 2 5G has a 90Hz Fluid AMOLED display with HDR 10+ support, Poco F3 GT has 120Hz OLED display with HDR10+ support.
- While both the smartphones support up to 256GB of internal storage in the devices, OnePlus Nord 2 5G can support up to 12GB of RAM while Poco F3 GT can support only up to 8GB.
- There is a considerable difference in the camera section of the devices as well. While OnePlus Nord 2 5G contains a 50MP triple rear camera and a 32MP front camera, Poco F3 GT contains a 64MP triple rear camera and a 16MP front camera. Since both of these are not really good camera phones, you need to rely on the configuration they offer.
- While the OnePlus Nord 2 5G supports under-display optical fingerprint sensor, Poco F3 GT supports side-mounted fingerprint scanner. And you already know about the better one in these.
- There is a slight difference between the batteries of the device as well. While OnePlus Nord 2 5G contains a 4500mAH battery with 65W fast charging support, Poco F3 GT contains a 5065mAH battery with 67W fast charging support.
With all these differences between the 2 smartphones, you would have got an idea about how competitive these devices are and they can really confuse a buyer. Which one of these do you think is a better option?