OnePlus 7T Pro vs iPhone 11 Pro vs Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro vs Huawei P30 Pro vs Samsung

We are not very convinced of OnePlus’ strategy for this 2019 but the pace of presentations has left us very surprised. The fourth terminal in just over six months is the OnePlus 7T Pro, a model that we consider the most outstanding of the year for the Asian brand. Y thus it competes with the best of the market in the high range of smartphones.

The best high-end smartphones of 2019

If there are no more surprises in this busy last quarter of the year, the Onepus 7T Pro It will be the last high-end reference to make an appearance, although we are still waiting to know what is new from Google in its Pixel family. Will they surprise us?

For now these are the candidates selected as best high-end smartphones of 2019:

These are the smartphones that we have chosen for this comparison:

Large sizes with an eye on weight

Without novelties at the design level, the OnePlus 7T Pro inherits the highlights of the most ambitious previous model of the Asian company: a front where there is no notch since the front camera appears and disappears on demand.

The OnePlus 7T Pro takes risks with its size and weight, second only to the iPhone 11 Pro Max

Luckily that has been because we are facing a fairly long terminal but especially very heavy. It is the only one that exceeds 200 grams, although it is even far from the dubious honor of being the heaviest high-end, something that falls on the iPhone 11 Pro Max. At least we have a battery above 4000 mAh.

Screen

Height (mm)

Width (mm)

Thickness (mm)

Weight (g)

Battery (mAh)

Huawei P30 Pro

6.47 “

158

73.4

8.4

192

4,200

Sony Xperia 1

6.5 “

167

72

8.2

180

3,300

Nokia 9 Pureview

5.99 “

155

75

8

172

3,320

LG V50

6.4 “

159.2

76.1

8.3

183

4,000

LG G8

6.1 “

151.9

71.8

8.4

167

3,500

Samsung Galaxy S10 +

6.4 “

157.6

74.1

7.8

175

4,100

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+

6.8 “

162.3

77.2

7.9

196

4,300

Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro

6.39 “

156.7

74.3

8.8

191

4,000

Huawei Mate 30 Pro

6.53 “

158.1

74.3

8.8

198

4,500

Huawei Mate 30

6.62 “

160.8

76.1

8.4

196

4,200

OnePlus 7T Pro

6.67 “

162.6

75.9

8.8

206

4,085

Google Pixel 3 XL

6.3 “

158

76.7

7.9

184

3,430

iPhone 11 Pro

5.8 “

144

71.4

8.1

188

iPhone 11 Pro Max

6.5 “

158

77.8

8.1

226

90Hz displays start to peek into the high end

The high refresh screens (90 Hz) were something reserved until now for very selected terminals within other ranges that were not the high one, usually within the niche of the terminals for gamers. But the new OnePlus 7T Pro confirms that we are facing a trend that is going to increase and that is already part of the DNA of the OnePlus terminals of this 2019.

What does not change anything in our comparison table associated with the panels is the absolute mastery of OLED technology in all its variants, being in addition two groups conformed according to the resolution that goes beyond FullHD. In the case of the OnePlus 7T Pro, its screen adds more than 500 dpi and goes almost to 6.7 inches diagonally.

Size

Technology

Appearance

Ratio

Resolution

PPP

Glass protection

Huawei P30 Pro

6.47

YOU ARE

19.5: 9

88.6%

1080 x 2340 px

398

Sony Xperia 1

6.5

OLED HDR

21: 9

82%

1644 x 3840 px

643

Gorilla Glass 6

Nokia 9 Pureview

5.99

POLED

18: 9

79.7%

1440 x 2960 px

538

Gorilla Glass 5

LG V50

6.4

YOU ARE

19.5: 9

83%

1440 x 2960 px

537

Gorilla Glass 5

LG G8

6.1

YOU ARE

19.5: 9

83.5%

1440 x 3120 px

564

Gorilla Glass 5

Samsung Galaxy S10 +

6.4 “

Dynamic AMOLED

19: 9

87.5%

1,440 x 3,040 px

526

Gorilla Glass 6

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+

6.8 “

Dynamic AMOLED

19: 9

91%

1,440 x 3,040 px

498

Gorilla Glass 6

Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro

6.39 “

Super AMOLED

19.5: 9

86.1%

1080 x 2340 px

403

Gorilla Glass 5

Huawei Mate 30 Pro

6.53 “

AMOLED

18.5: 9

94.1%

1,176 x 2,400 px

409

Huawei Mate 30

6.62 “

YOU ARE

19.5: 9

87.9%

FullHD +

389

OnePlus 7T Pro

6.67 “

AMOLED 90 Hz

19.5: 9

88.1%

1,440 x 3,120 px

516

Gorilla Glass 5

Google Pixel 3 XL

6.3 “

P-OLED

18.5: 9

82.8%

1,440 x 2,960 px

523

Gorilla Glass 5

iPhone 11 Pro

5.8 “

YOU ARE

19.5: 9

82.1%

1,125 x 2,436 px

458

Gorilla Glass 6

iPhone 11 Pro Max

6.5 “

YOU ARE

19.5: 9

83.7%

1,242 x 2,688 px

458

Gorilla Glass 6

What the OnePlus 7T Pro has not achieved is to enter the select club of high-end smartphones with a percentage of screen utilization of more than 90%, but it has stayed very close. It was necessary with such a large diagonal.

OnePlus 7T Pro vs iPhone 11 Pro vs Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro vs Huawei P30 Pro vs Samsung

Adjusting the final power with the latest from Qualcomm

With the OnePlus 7 Pro just around the corner, improving the interior was a difficult task for the new OnePlus 7T Pro. Logic prevailed and in order not to exceed good sense, the new high-end smartphone tunes the power with the Snapdragon 855+ but don’t be fooled by absurd RAM figures.

At this level, even thinking about the future, few doubts arise about the correct performance of all high-end terminals, where the difference is almost exclusively on the side of the minimum internal memory as standard, where Apple takes the worst part with its meager 64 GB for its more affordable models. Like Xiaomi, although the price difference is significant between them.

Processor

GPU

RAM

Storage

Micro SD

Huawei P30 Pro

Kirin 980

Mali-G76 MP10

8 GB

128/256/512 GB

NM card up to 256 GB

Sony Xperia L1

Snapdragon 855

Adreno 640

6 GB

128 GB

Yes, up to 512GB

Nokia 9 Pureview

Snapdragon 845

Adreno 630

6 GB

128 GB

Not

LG V50

Snapdragon 855

Adreno 630

6 GB

128 GB

Yes, up to 2 TB

LG G8

Snapdragon 855

Adreno 630

6 GB

128 GB

Yes, up to 2 TB

Samsung Galaxy S10 +

Exynos 9820

Mali-G76 MP12

8/12 GB

128 / 512GB / 1TB

Yes, up to 512GB

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+

Exynos 9825

Mali-G76 MP12

12 GB

256/512 GB

Yes, up to 1 TB

Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro

Snapdragon 855

Adreno 640

6/8 GB

64/128/256 GB

Not

Huawei Mate 30 Pro

Kirin 990

Mali-G76 GPU

8 GB

256 GB

Nano Memory

Huawei Mate 30

Kirin 990

Mali-G76 GPU

8 GB

128 GB

Nano Memory

OnePlus 7T Pro

Snapdragon 855+

Adreno 640

6 GB

256 GB

Not

Google Pixel 3 XL

Snapdragon 845

Adreno 630

4GB

64/128 GB

Not

iPhone 11 Pro

Apple A13 Bionic

Apple GPU

– GB

64/256/512 GB

Not

iPhone 11 Pro Max

Apple A13 Bionic

Apple GPU

– GB

64/256/512 GB

Not

Regarding the price, OnePlus is always in a no-man’s-land with the market value of its terminals, right at the entrance to the high-end range. Although what we always indicate is that it is one of the best choices, if not the best, in quality / price ratio. And care on the part of the brand, with continuous updates even for very previous generations.

Price

Huawei P30 Pro

749 euros

Sony Xperia 1

894 euros

Nokia 9 Pureview

543 euros

LG V50

LG G8

Samsung Galaxy S10 +

902 euros

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+

1109 euros

Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro

402 euros

Huawei Mate 30 Pro

From 1099 euros

Huawei Mate 30

From 799 euros

OnePlus 7T Pro

Google Pixel 3 XL

949 euros

iPhone 11 Pro

1159 euros

iPhone 11 Pro Max

1259 euros

Three multipurpose cameras: the most common in the high-end range

Except for the Nokia 9 Pureview that dares with five cameras and the Pixel 3 XL that got stuck with only one, the photographic section of the high range, although varied, is mostly balanced around the triple camera module with the most combination. wanted: main sensor, a wide angle and the 2 or 3x tele.

OnePlus 7T Pro vs iPhone 11 Pro vs Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro vs Huawei P30 Pro vs Samsung

The OnePlus 7T Pro bets on being conservative at that point and it does not try to differentiate itself neither by number nor by configuration, something where, for example, the Huawei P30 Pro with its zoom continues to lead this year.

Main chamber

Secondary cameras

Front camera

Huawei P30 Pro

40 MP (f / 1.6, Wide Angle)

20 MP (f / 2.2, Ultra Wide Angle), 8 MP (f / 2.4, 5X Telephoto), TOF Camera

32 MP f / 2

Sony Xperia 1

12 MP (f / 1.6, Angular 26mm, Dual Pixel, OIS)

12 MP (f / 2.4, Tele 52 mm, OIS), 12 MP (f / 2.4, Wide angle 16 mm)

8 MP f / 2

Nokia 9 Pureview

12 megapixels RGB f / 1.8 12 megapixels RGB f / 1.8 12 megapixels BN f / 1.8 12 megapixels BN f / 1.8 12 megapixels BN f / 1.8

20 MP

LG V50

12 MP (f / 1.5 / 1.4μm / 78˚)

16 MP (f / 1.9 / 1.0μm / 107˚) + 12 MP (f / 2.4 / 1.0μm / 45˚)

8 MP (f / 1.9 / 1.12μm / 80˚) + 5 MP (f / 2.2 / 1.12μm / 90˚)

LG G8

12 MP (f / 1.5 / 1.4 microns / 78 degrees)

16 MP (f / 1.9 / 1 micron / 107 degrees) + 12 MP (f / 1.7 / 1.22 microns / 80 degrees with AF)

8 MP (f1.7 / 1.22 microns / 80 degrees with AF)

Samsung Galaxy S10 +

16MP, f / 2.2 (Ultra wide angle)

Dual Pixel 12MP, f / 1.5-2.4 + 12MP, f / 2.4 (tele)

10MP f / 1.9 + 8MP f / 2.2

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+

16MP, f / 2.2 (wide angle)

Dual Pixel 12MP, f / 1.5-2.4 + 12MP, f / 2.4 (tele) + VGA f1.4 depth sensor

10MP f / 2.2

Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro

48 MP f / 1.8

13MP f / 2.4 (wide angle)

8MP (tele) f2.4

20MP f2.2

Huawei Mate 30 Pro

40 MP f / 1.6 (27mm OIS)

16 MP (wide angle)

8MP f / 2.4 (tele)
40 MP f / 1.8 (18mm)

32MP, f / 2.0 + TOF

Huawei Mate 30

40 MP f / 1.8

16 MP f2.2 (wide angle)

8MP f / 2.4 (tele)

24MP, f / 2.0

OnePlus 7T Pro

48MP f / 1.6 OIS

8 MP Tele f2.4 OIS + 8 MP f2.2 Ultra Wide Angle

16MP, f / 2.0

Google Pixel 3 Xl

12.2 MP f / 1.8

8MP f / 1.8 + 8MP f / 2.2

iPhone 11 Pro

12 MP f / 1.8

12 MP f / 2 (tele) +12 MP f / 2.4 (ultra wide angle)

12MP f / 2.2

iPhone 11 Pro Max

12 MP f / 1.8

12 MP f / 2 (tele) +12 MP f / 2.4 (ultra Wide Angle)

12MP f / 2.2

What is clear is that with the current trend of some brands to advertise more than two high-end terminals a year, even within the same family, the list of best smartphones of each year does not stop growing and for the user each time it is more difficult to stick with just one team as your ideal.

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