One of the best-looking phones have entered the smartphone market this year. The Xiaomi MI Mix 128GB is not a surprise anymore. But, buying it just for its looks is not a wise now, is it? That is why a comparison with a likely competitor is worth a shot. The OnePlus 3 recently came up and has been a fan-favourite. Will it be able to beat the XiaomiMi Mix 128GB? Let’s find out.
OnePlus is known for developing quality products at a cost-effective price. The OnePlus 3 features a 5.5-inch FHD Optic AMOLED screen with 1920×1080 pixels resolution at 401 pixels-per-inch (PPI). There still is a need for a QHD display, but the new AMOLED screen offers much preferable shading contrasts over the old LCD board. OnePlus picked the best processor available – the Snapdragon 820 quad-core processor with a dual core timed at 1.6GHz and another at 2.15GHz. Qualcomm joined this processor up with an Adreno 530 GPU to give brilliant design. OnePlus then stuffed in an entire 6GB of DDR4 RAM and 64GB of the quicker UFS 2.0 inside capacity, in spite of the fact that there are no way to grow.
OnePlus redesigned the camera region on the OP3 by utilizing another 16MP sensor, with quick PDAF (Phase Detection Autofocus), a LED Flash, a huge f/2.0 opening, and both OIS and EIS (Electronic Stabilization) for additional security. The FFC camera expanded from 5MP to 8MP with a f/2.0 opening for better selfies and video visiting. OnePlus diminished the battery to 3000mAh in the OnePlus 3, however, incorporated their quick charge they call Dash Charge that will surrender you to a 60-percent charge in just 30 minutes.
OnePlus has also offered a top-of-the line product by offering a unique fingerprint sensor and NFC capabilities on the same smartphone. This mix will make portable, or Android Pay buys conceivable with a swipe of your finger – on account of Marshmallow. It runs for the most part stock Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow out-of-the-crate with OnePlus’ OS called OxygenOS on top. The OP3 measures 152.7 x 74.7 x 7.35mm, tips the scales at 158 grams, and will cost aroundRs. 27,999 in India for the 6GB/64GB model. Users can choose between Graphite and Soft Gold colour variants.
Xiaomi Mi Mix 128 GB
Xiaomi MI Mix 128GB is a newly released phone that offers a 6.4-inch edgeless display. With 91.3% screen-to-body ratio is a phone that offers the highest ratio till date. The other parts except the glass display are covered in ceramic with 8 MoHs hardness and smooth connectors. Another unique feature in the device is the Cantilever piezoelectric ceramic acoustic technology that replaces the usual earpiece speakers. This makes the device usable without the need of an earpiece.
The Xiaomi Mi Mix 128 GB also comprises of an ultrasonic proximity sensor that is a substitute for the infrared sensor in the device. The soft keys come with Quick Ball that automatically hides them so that the phone can be easily navigated. The front camera on the device is also a unique one. It is half the size of the usual front-facing camera modules and is located at the bottom of the screen. The bezel-less display with its rounded edges ensures high-end viewing angles as well.
Taking a look at the processor of the device, it offers Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 chipset with 2.35 GHz. A supportive 4GB LPDDR4 RAM is also added in the device for the 128 GB variation. Battery support comes in from a 4,400 mAh battery that supports Quick Charge 3.0. Connectivity features comprise of NFC operations that help with card emulation, writing, reading, Mi Pay ready, and P2P as well. With high definition audio quality at 192kHz / 24-bit resolution it is a great phone for sure. It offers high precision GPS positioning. The Xiaomi Mi Mix price in India is Rs. 34,990.
It is hard to figure out a device that truly fulfils the necessities of a great phone. But, with this post, readers can have an idea whether to choose the OnePlus 3 or the Xiaomi Mi Mix 128GB. And, it looks like we have a winner. While both phones are great in their own way, still the Xiaomi Mi Mix 128 GB wins this comparison if price is not the primary concern. But, despite the bezel-less display, there is still one thing that makes it vulnerable.