Welcome back to the fantastic race between two beasts Nokia Edge Ultra vs. OnePlus 8T, with 108MP cameras, 16GB RAM! Catch the final winner now!
Nokia Edge Ultra vs. OnePlus 8T specs
Nokia Edge Ultra comes with excellent storage and a massive battery. Otherwise, the OnePlus 8T comes out with long battery life and stunning design. First of all, the Nokia Edge Ultra specs offer a 6.9-inch Super OLED with 4K resolutions of 2990×3690 pixels. Meanwhile, OnePlus 8T specs offer a 6.55-inch Fluid AMOLED with 1080×2400 pixels. As a result, the Nokia monster scores the first round.
Under the hood, two smartphones work on Android 11 as the operating system. Hardware-wise, the Nokia smartphone uses the Qualcomm Snapdragon 875 chipset. Moreover, the OnePlus handset provides the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC as the processor. With a better chipset, the Nokia phone is the champion in this round. Concerning the battery capacity, the Nokia device houses a 7900mAh juice house while the other figure is a smaller 4500mAh battery cell.
So, the Nokia machine wins this time. For storage, the Nokia phone sports 12GB/ 16GB of RAM and 128GB/256GB/512GB ROM. Furthermore, the OnePlus machine offers with two variants: 128GB/ 8GB RAM, 256GB/ 12GB RAM (no card slot). So, the Nokia defeats the OnePlus flagship. On the other side, the Nokia device Ultra camera rocks a 108MP + 64MP + 14MP + TOF 3D lenses on the rear. At the front-facing, this device flaunts a 42MP sensor for capturing selfies. Moreover , the OnePlus 8T camera includes 48MP + 16MP + 5MP + 2MP primary camera.There is a single 16MP lens for selfies. Thanks to the higher camera resolutions, the last round of the Nokia monster scores.
Nokia Edge Ultra vs. OnePlus 8T release date and price
It looks like the Nokia handset is a winner in this competition with impressive performance. Also, Nokia Edge Ultra can see the daylight in 2021, while the OnePlus 8T debuted on October 16. The price of the Nokia Edge Ultra price begins at $610 ~ Rs. 48,390. Also, the OnePlus 8T price about $544 ~ Rs. 42, 999. On the two handsets above, what is your first smartphone? Leave us the comments on what you think!