The OnePlus 3T is poised to be a strong competitor to the Google Pixel XL. However, the Google Pixel XL does lose out to the 3T. Here are 5 key reasons why the Google Pixel XL loses the battle.
The OnePlus 3T has caused quite a flutter with its recent unveiling. Pocket Lint has reported that it will chiefly compete with the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Google Pixel XL. The 3T will be hitting US markets on November 22. It will also come to the UK on November 28.
The OnePlus 3T wins against the Google Pixel XL since it is smaller and lighter. Both smartphones have USB Type-C and fingerprint sensors. The two units also have aluminum bodies. However, the smaller and lighter 3T makes for a better choice considering everyday usability.
The OnePlus 3T also has Gunmetal and Soft Gold color options. The new Gunmetal color option is more attractive. The Pixel XL only comes with Very Silver, Quite Black or Really Blue. Both smartphones come with 5.5 inch AMOLED display units.
The OnePlus 3T also wins strongly in the case of its camera. The OnePlus 3T has 16-megapixel cameras at both front and rear. In comparison, the Pixel XL has a 12.3-megapixel rear camera. There is an 8-megapixel camera at the front in case of the Pixel XL.
Some Other Comparisons
Hardware wise, the 3T also dominates. It comes with 6 GB of RAM in comparison to 4 GB offered by the Pixel XL. Both smartphones get Qualcomm SD821. Additionally, another aspect where the 3T trumps is storage for the base variant.
The 3T offers 64 and 128 GB storage versions. The Pixel XL offers 32 GB and 128 GB options. These are the key 5 points where the OnePlus 3T wins the battle against the Google Pixel XL. The Pixel XL does have a slightly bigger battery.
The OnePlus 3T will also be priced way lower than the Google Pixel XL. This is another plus point, to say the least!