Xiaomi Mi 8 Vs OnePlus 6 Compression with all specification and price .
The OnePlus 6 mobile features a 6.28″ (15.95 cm) display with a screen resolution of 1080 x 2280 pixels and runs on Android v8.1 (Oreo) operating system. The device is powered by Octa core, 2.8 GHz, Kryo 385 processor paired with 6 GB of RAM. As far as the battery is concerned it has 3300 mAh. Over that, as far as the rear camera is concerned this mobile has a 16 MP camera Exmor RS sensor supporting a resolution of 4616 x 3464 Pixels and the front snapper is powered by a Exmor RS sensor. Other sensors include Light sensor, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Compass, Gyroscope. So, does it have a fingerprint sensor? Yes, it does. For graphical performance that can make games run smoothly, this phone has got a Adreno 630 GPU. On board storage is at 64 GB with the option to expand the memory by No. Design is one of the most important factors when it comes to mobiles. This phone is 7.7 mm
Xiaomi Mi 8
Xiaomi has now officially confirmed that the Mi 8 is launching on May 31 at an event in China. The smartphone is the company’s 8th anniversary edition phone, and it is expected to be packed with premium features. Running up to the launch, the Xiaomi Mi 8’s price, images, and specification details have been leaked. The smartphone is also expected to sport 3D facial scanning, the latest Snapdragon processor, and come with a vertical dual camera setup at the back. An image that seems to be of a Xiaomi presentation has been leaked on Weibo, first spotted by GizmoChina, and it tips the storage/ RAM variants, pricing, and key features of the Xiaomi Mi 8. According to the image, the smartphone will sport a 6.01-inch display with an under-display fingerprint scanner that has the capacity to instantly unlock the device. It is tipped to be powered by the Snapdragon 845 SoC, and to come in two RAM/storage variants – 6GB RAM/ 64GB storage and 8GB RAM/ 128GB storage. There’s also an AI camera with 2x optical zoom support, and a structured light 3D module for facial scanning. The presentation slide also reveals that the 6GB RAM variant is priced at CNY 2,799 (roughly Rs. 29,900), while the 8GB RAM variant is tipped to be priced at CNY 3,199 (roughly Rs. 34,200).
NOW DISCUSS IN BRIEF Xiaomi Mi 8 Vs OnePlus 6
Decent battery life. The first weekend I had the OnePlus 6, I forgot it at work on Friday when it had about 50% battery, and came back on Monday to see it still had about 35%. It can last well through a day’s usage, and the quick-charging technology built into the phone means it should have enough juice to last an entire day from just a half-hour charge.
It’s a OnePlus. There are many little delightful design features OnePlus has introduced over the years. It was one of the first phones to have a function to tap to wake up the screen. It runs a clean, almost untouched version of Android. It has a three-way rocker button that toggles between silent, vibrate, and ring.
It’s big. The phone features a massive 6.28-inch AMOLED display, meaning you won’t go blind using the OnePlus 6 as your only screen on commutes, trips, or even on the couch.
It still has a headphone jack. Unlike most other major phones on the market these days, OnePlus still puts a regular headphone jack in its phones. The company also recently released a decent, if slightly awkward, pair of wireless headphones, which does seem to suggest that it may eventually kill the headphone jack too.
It’s still quite cheap. The OnePlus 6 is more expensive than previous models. The OnePlus 3, for example, started at $399. But it’s well below many comparable phones, like the $850 Google Pixel 2 XL, the $700 LG G7 ThinQ, or the $800 Sony Xperia XZ2.
Quick unlock. The sensors included in the front of the phone offer a face-unlock function that’s like a boiled-down version of the FaceID feature on Apple’s iPhone X. It’s not quite as reliable as Apple’s technology, nor as secure, but still pretty speedy when it works.
It looks kind of like an iPhone X. I don’t know if this is necessarily a good thing, but perhaps you’re the kind of person who wants people to think you’re fancier than you are. It seems like a trend in phone making right now.
What’s not so good
No wireless charging. The OnePlus 6 has a smoothed glass back. But that feature is not, like the back on the iPhone X, iPhone 8, or Samsung Galaxy S9, to enable wireless charging—instead it’s mainly just because the designers thought it looked and felt nice. The phone is potentially a fair bit more breakable than its predecessors (which mainly had sturdier, plastic backs) and there’s no added benefit of wireless charging.
Xiaomi Mi 8
A separate leak on Weibo of live images of the Xiaomi Mi 8 shows design details. At the back, the smartphone in the images has a transparent glass panel that shows the internals, and a vertical dual camera setup sits on the top left. At the front, the Xiaomi Mi 8 houses a notch display, with volume and power button seen on the right edge. There is no Xiaomi logo on either side of the smartphone, so we expect you to take this and even the above leak with a pinch of salt. We are just a week away from official launch, where all the details will be revealed.
While rumours of the Mi 7 were very strong earlier, now the Chinese company appears to be skipping an iteration by launching the Mi 8 to celebrate its eighth anniversary. The handset is also tipped to run Android Oreo on top of a new MIUI version, and is expected to counter the OnePlus 6 with its all-new build and a bunch of custom features. At the event, Xiaomi is also rumoured to launch the Mi Band 3.