You would easily buy Poco F3 GT on OnePlus Nord 2 – .

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You would easily buy Poco F3 GT on OnePlus Nord 2 – .


The Indian market will see two notable mid-range phones launching this week, namely the OnePlus Nord 2 and the Poco F3 GT. Both phones look like pretty solid buys and are rumored to sell for Rs 31,999 (~ $ 428) and Rs 30,000 (~ $ 401) respectively.

These two devices share the same flagship MediaTek Dimensity 1200 processor, but otherwise look like drastically different proposals. So which would you choose? That’s what we asked last week, and here’s how you responded.

Would you buy the Poco F3 GT or the OnePlus Nord 2?

Results

We asked this question on July 14, accumulating 2,100 votes so far. The winner was the Poco F3 GT, and it wasn’t even close. The Poco device collected just over 1,500 votes, or over 70% of the total votes. We haven’t received any comments on the accompanying article, but it’s clear the phone is no slouch.

The main selling point of the Poco F3 GT is a pair of retractable shoulder buttons, giving you those very important physical controls in games. But you also get a 120Hz OLED display, 5,065mAh battery with 67W load, and 64MP triple rear camera system.

Meanwhile, just over a quarter of those polled said they would buy the OnePlus Nord 2 instead. OnePlus positions the phone as mid-range to see if picture quality is important to you, with a 50MP main camera. This is the same IMX766 sensor used on the OnePlus 9 family’s ultra-wide camera and the Oppo Find X3 Pro’s main and ultra-wide cameras.

More reading: Want a phone with a great camera? Here’s what to look for

The phone is also confirmed to get a 90Hz OLED panel, while rumors point to a 4,500mAh battery and 65W charging as well. In other words, the Nord 2 could lose refresh rate and battery capacity, but could gain on camera front.

It’s also worth noting that OnePlus hasn’t really enjoyed a positive sentiment among enthusiasts lately. The company was recently caught up in a bottleneck controversy and it essentially became an Oppo sub-brand earlier this year. It is therefore possible that these factors played a small role in the results of this survey.


That’s it for this post on poll results, thanks for voting! Which phone would you choose? Let us know via the comments below.

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