OnePlus 8 vs Samsung Galaxy S20 vs OnePlus 7T

Jai Mata Di / After recently launching OnePlus 8 series globally, the company has also revealed the price of both phones OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro. Both devices have been introduced with a price of Rs 41,999 and Rs 54,999 respectively. In this latest series, you get updates like the latest camera setup, large display and fast charging, which also prove this price right.

Here we will talk about the OnePlus 8 model, which is the standard model of this series. Looking at the price, it will definitely come to the value of those who buy it here, will OnePlus 7T not be a good option? Or Samsung's latest S20 series Galaxy S20 will not give it a tough competition?

So let's look at the comparison of these three phones and know which phone will be the best value for money device for you.

Display and design
In the OnePlus series you get to see 3 attractive colors with matte finish. Along with this, OnePlus 7T is also available in matte finish, but the color option is different. But if you want a slightly simpler color option, you may like the cosmic gray of the S20.

All three models are offered with a metal glass sandwich design, in which you get to see aluminum as a metal. OnePlus 7T has Gorilla Glass 5 protection on display while the rest of the two phones are offered with Gorilla Glass 6 protection.

Users see this as a drawback due to OnePlus phones not having an IP rating. But there have been changes with this latest OnePlus 8 series. You get water resistance in the phone but no official IP rating has been given. Out of these three, only the S20 has the support of IP68 certification.

If you look at the numbers, the Galaxy S20 will be liked by almost all users with its light weight and compact design. Apart from this, you have better pixel density in the phone, more

Screen-to-body ratio and refresh smoothness are seen. Here, users who still like Waterdrop Notch, then they can buy OnePlus 7T or else you can like any display of S20 and OnePlus 8.

Camera performance
In all three phones, you have been given triple camera at the back. In order to keep the price down, OnePlus has replaced the telephoto lens with a 2MP macro lens, along with a low resolution ultra-wide sensor. In both other phones, you get a 16MP selfie camera sensor on the front with SonyIMX586 48MP primary rear camera sensor.

In the Samsung Galaxy S20, you get a 12MP primary sensor, along with a 12MP ultra wide cesar and 64MP telephoto sensor. The front has a 10MP selfie camera.

In terms of video, the S20 has much better features on both the rear and front sides, with 8K video recording support that looks quite special but still has room for improvement.

Performance and software
Talking about the processor, all three have the latest Snapdragon 865 chipset, but if Samsung buys in the Indian market then it comes with the Exynos 990 chipset. In OnePlus 8 series, where you get SD 865 chipset, same OnePlus 7T also comes with SD 855+.

You get 8GB RAM and 128GB storage option in all phones, as well as 256GB storage option is also available in OnePlus 8. With these, you have been given up to 1TB card support in Galaxy S20 but it cannot be said to be very good.

Software is a personal choice, but both companies are doing a great job to improve their custom skin. While the Samsung device comes with OneUI 2.0 custom skin, Oxygen OS is available in both phones of OnePlus. Both skin are Android 10 based.

Battery and Connectivity

Samsung has used a slightly larger battery from both other phones in the Galaxy S20, but in charging support, OnePlus appears to be leading the way with its 30W fast charging and wireless fast charging. It is necessary to mention in this that you will get this 30W wireless charging from the charger launched along with the series, you will have to buy it separately.

If you can buy a smartphone with a small battery and no wireless charging, then the 7T is an option for you because 30W wire charging makes it better. The Galaxy S20 also has support for 9W reverse charging, with which you can charge your other wireless devices.

In terms of connectivity, 5G support has been provided in OnePlus 8 and S20, but in their Indian variant you do not get to see 5G support. Both devices come with support for Wi-Fi 6, NFC, GPS + GLONASS, and USB Type-C port. In terms of Bluetooth, OnePLus 8 is at the forefront because instead of Bluetooth 5.0 support of both phones, OnePlus 8 has Bluetooth 5.1 support.

All three phones have been introduced with in-display fingerprint sensor, but the sensor of OnePLus unlocks the device quite quickly.

OnePlus 8 has been introduced in the Indian market with a starting price of 41,999 while the 8GB + 128GB variant has been priced at Rs 44,999. For the top variant i.e. 12GB + 256GB option, you will have to spend Rs 49,999. Soon the series will be available for sale both online and offline in the market.

The Galaxy S20, launched in February, has been priced at Rs 66,999.
The base model of OnePlus 7T is the lowest priced at Rs 34,999 while the top model has been launched in the market with a tag of Rs 37,999.

If you look at the price, then the Galaxy S20 will look a little expensive but considering the price and specification, all three phones give a lot of competition to each other. So if you like any other smartphone of this price besides these three phones, then you can tell in the comment section below.
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