OnePlus is speculated to be releasing an enhanced version of its OnePlus 3 before the year is out. The new device will be called OnePlus 3T, one of the most promising smartphone to come before Christmas, But those exact words could also be hammered on the Xperia XZ, Sony's latest flagship phone released this month.
The OnePlus 3T speculations suggest that the 3T is a variant of the OnePlus 3 with a faster processor with Snapdragon 821 at the processor and mighty 6GB of RAM. In normal speak, the OnePlus 3 is one of the most powerful Androids of 2016 and still gives us silky smooth everyday performance.
The Sony Xperia XZ is powered by the ubiquitous Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset that features a quad-core processor (up to 2.15GHz) and the powerful Adreno 530 GPU (clocked to 624MHz). The OnePlus 3T The battery capacity sits at 3000mAh and supports dash charge which is the equivalent of Qualcomm's Quick Charge 3.0 for a quick top up when you're running low.
Under the hood, of Sony Xperia XZ is a 2900mAh battery runs the system with support for Quick Charge and a bespoke battery preservation tech that sees the smartphone stop charging at 90% and finish the rest of the battery slower as to prevent the cells from damage.
Sony has decided to showcase its camera department's best work with the Xperia XZ, for the smartphone comes with a 23MP main camera powered by a custom Sony IMX300 imaging sensor. On the front, there's a 13MP camera with a 1/3-inch sensor, which is larger than those traditionally used in front cameras, according to Phone Arena.
Speculations rounding up that, the OnePlus 3T is expected to feature a 16MP Sony IMX398 sensor, to be the same as the OnePlus 3. On the front, the OnePlus 3T should come with an 8-megapixel snapper, offering fixed focus, an aperture of f/2.0 and 1080p video recording capability, reported from Pocket-Lint.
Which is the winner here? Well, it is up to the user's need to decide that, OnePlus 3T 3000mAh battery can give it the edge? Or could OnePlus 3T rumored turbo fast Snapdragon 821 chip processor could beat Sony's XZ expanded storage? The Xperia XZ is a clear winner when it comes to detail levels for everyday shots and snaps look impressive crisp when blown right up.