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Comparison between Huawei Honor 9i vs OnePlus 5t !!


   By:   TWINKLE VARSHNEY | TECH TALK


Some Positive Review:

      Huawei Honor 9i                                            OnePlus 5t

  1. Well built
  2. Stylish, premium design - full metal body and a bezel-less display with 2.5D curved glass
  3. Quite compact, and easy to pocket
  4. The FullView bezel-less display looks gorgeous and makes for a good media consumption device
  5. EMUI interface on top of Android works well, and is easy to use
  6. Good, snappy speed/performance all-round
  7. The major USP of the Honor 9i is of course the quad-camera setup, and it works well
  8. The primary camera on the Honor 9i includes a 16-megapixel lens coupled with a 2-megapixel lens for depth effect and an LED flash - the image results are quite crisp and well balanced - there are also loads of filters and modes for users to choose from
  9. Video recording also gives you an option to have bokeh effect frames for still shooting
  10. Upfront the Honor 9i comes with another dual-camera setup - the Honor 9i carries a 13-megapixel and a 2-megapixel lens along with a selfie toning flash - the selfies come out well, including with the bokeh effect - comfortably one of the best selfie cams in this price bracket
  11. Decent battery life - lasts the day with moderate use
  12. On the whole, the Honor 9i has an edge above its top competitors like the Vivo V7+ and the LG Q6, in terms of the fact that it offers both a good-looking bezel-less display, but also a pretty good set of cameras (the cameras on LG Q6, and Vivo V7+ are less capable)
  1. Top-notch build quality, minimalistic/elegant design, and even more premium looks now, with a modern 18:9 minimal-bezel display
  2. Continues to have the very handy mute switch, in the tradition of earlier OnePlus phones
  3. The fingerprint reader, which used to be below the display, now sits on the back, below the camera - and it works well
  4. Very good, and this time larger AMOLED display with great color rendition, and an excellent in-built Kindle-like "reading mode"
  5. The larger display (6 inches instead of 5.5) is clearly the most envy-inciting difference between the OnePlus 5 and 5T, offering a better experience for watching videos and also simply a larger canvas to do the regular phone stuff too - and because the bezels are thinner, the 5T's physical size remains relatively the same - managing to fit in a 6-inch display within the dimensions of a one-handed phone
  6. OxygenOS continues to be an excellent blend of stock Android and lightbut useful touches in all the right places - it is, without doubt, one of the best Android UIs around
  7. One of the new additions this time is Face Unlock - a la iPhone X - it works super fast (though not quite as reliably as the iPhone X), and is another area where OP went the extra mile to make one of Google's stock feature better - it's a useful, time-saving method to unlock your phone
  8. There is also an option to make "parallel" apps on the phone if you have two different accounts for apps like Facebook, Instagram or Twitter
  9. Performance is blazing fast all round, and same as OnePlus 5 - matching and sometimes even beating other Snapdragon 835 powerhouses like the Galaxy S8, Sony Xperia XZ Premium, and even the newer Pixel 2 XL
  10. Very good dual camera setup, like the OnePlus 5 - overall it's pleasing color rendering and good dynamic range - the portrait mode is pretty nice too - on the whole the camera is fast and reliable
  11. The one major change from the OnePlus 5 is that OnePlus swapped out the 20-megapixel telephoto lens on its dual camera, replacing it with a lens for low light - resulting in better low light pictures at the expense of optical zoom - which is a good trade-off because most users will prefer having better low-light capabilities at the end of the day, over optical zoom
  12. Front facing camera is pretty good too, and so is 4K video recording (with good stabilisation)
  13. Good loudspeaker - a bit richer and full-bodied compared to OnePlus 5
  14. Very solid battery life - similar to the OnePlus 5 - will last the day easily
  15. OnePlus's proprietary dash charging technology continues to provide industry leading fast charging speeds, and continues to work even when you are using your phone
  16. On the whole, once again leaving aside the camera, which is good but not comparable to the best in business (Google Pixel 2), the OP5T matches other premium flagships in all other areas - and delivers this at a fraction of the price - continuing OnePlus's tradition of offering great performance at excellent value for money
  17. And with improvements in some key areas (especially the screen and the looks), the OnePlus 5T also replaces its sibling as the new best phone to buy in this price range
   Some Negative Review :
  1. The back is quite prone to fingerprint smudges
  2. Sunlight legibility of the display could have been better
  3. Uses the older microUSB standard instead of the modern USB-C standard
  4. Doesn't support fast charging
  1. The phone still misses out on water and dust resistance, that is there in other (yes, more expensive) flagships
  2. The phone's display is pretty good but doesn't pack the same punch as the (again, admittedly higher priced) premium Android flagships
  3. The camera is also excellent for the price, and a little bit better than the OnePlus 5, but it is a notch below the level of the best Android cameraphones like the Pixel 2 - the Pixel 2's camera outpaces the OnePlus 5T in clarity and focus, low-light (due to the camera's OIS/EIS setup), and portrait mode despite only having one lens - though of course the Pixel 2 is also much more expensive
  4. The phone's face unlock doesn't authorize payments like the iPhone X, and is not that consistent in challenging light
  5. If you already have a OnePlus 5, then the changes other than the screenare not that big, so you can easily skip the OnePlus 5T

Specifications :


User Rating4/5(3,081 User Ratings)4/5(20,939 User Ratings)
Operating System
Android v7.1.1 (Nougat)
Android v7.0 (Nougat)
Processor
2.45 GHz Octa core
2.36 GHz Octa core
RAM
6 GB
4 GB
Display
5.5 inches(13.97 cm) / 1080x1920 px
5.9 inches(14.99 cm) / 1080x2160 px
Camera
16 MP Rear / 16 MP Front Camera
16 MP Rear / 13 MP Front Camera
Battery
3300 mAh, Li-Polymer
3340 mAh, Li-ion
Storage
64 GB Internal
64 GB Internal
Expandable upto 128 GB
Weight
153 grams
164 grams
Thickness
7.2 mm
7.5 mm
Features

Fingerprint Scanner
Quick Charge

Fingerprint Scanner
Launch Date
June 22, 2017
October 14, 2017

Launch Date
June 22, 2017
October 14, 2017
Brand
OnePlus
Honor
Model
5 64GB
9i
Color
Slate Gray, Soft Gold
Aurora Blue, Graphite Black, Prestige Gold
Form Factor
Touchbar
Touchbar
Category
Phablet
Phablet
Dual SIM
Hybrid SIM
Nano + Nano / MicroSD
SIM Card
Dual Nano SIM
Dual Nano SIM
Waterproof
Facial Recognition
Fingerprint Scanner
Front
Rear
Network
LTE+LTE
LTE+GSM
Operating System
Android v7.1.1 (Nougat)
Android v7.0 (Nougat)
Custom UI
Oxygen OS
EMUI
Phone Body
Case: Aluminium Back: Aluminium Side: Aluminium
Case: Metal Back: Metal Side: Metal
Dimensions
154.2 x 74.1 x 7.2 mm
156.2 x 75.2 x 7.5 mm
Weight
153 grams
164 grams
Processor
2.45 GHz Octa core 64 bit (2.45 GHz Quad + 1.9 GHz Quad) (Kryo 280)
2.36 GHz Octa core 64 bit (2.36 GHz Quad + 1.7 GHz Quad) (Cortex A53)
Chipset
Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 MSM8998
HiSilicon Kirin 659
RAM
6 GB
4 GB
GPU
Adreno 540
Mali-T830 MP2
Size
5.5 inches (13.97 cm)
5.9 inches (14.99 cm)
Screen
Optic AMOLED, 2.5D Curved Glass
IPS LCD, 2.5D Curved Glass
Screen Protection
Corning Gorilla Class 5
Sensors
Light sensor, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Compass, Gyroscope
Light sensor, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Compass
Resolution
1080 x 1920 pixels, Full HD
1080 x 2160 pixels
Pixel Density
401 ppi
409 ppi
Colours
16M
16M
Keyboard
Touch
Touch
Screen to Body Ratio
72.81 %
76.48 %
Stylus
Other Input Features
Multi-touch
Multi-touch
Rear Camera
16 MP
16 MP
Dual Rear Camera
16 MP + 20 MP
16 MP + 2 MP
Front Camera
16 MP
13 MP
Rear Flash
Dual LED Flash
Dual-color LED Flash
Front Camera Sensor
Exmor RS
Rear Camera Sensor
Exmor-RS CMOS Sensor
Rear Camera Aperture
f/1.7
f/2.2
Front Camera Aperture
f/2.0
f/2.0
Rear Camera Features
Geo tagging, High Dynamic Range mode (HDR)
Geo tagging, High Dynamic Range mode (HDR)
Rear Auto Focus
 Phase Detection autofocus
 Phase Detection autofocus
Front Auto Focus
Video Recording
2160p@60fps, 4k, Full HD, HD
1080p@30fps, Full HD
Zoom
Digital Zoom
Digital Zoom
Dual Front Camera
13 MP + 2 MP
Battery Capacity
3300 mAh
3340 mAh
Battery Type
Li-Polymer, Non Removable
Li-ion, Non Removable
Wireless Charging
Quick Charging
GPRS
2G
GSM 1900/1800/900/850
GSM 1900/1800/900/850
3G
HSDPA 2100/1900/900/850
HSDPA 2100/900/850
4G
LTE/LTE
LTE
WiFi
Wi-Fi 802.11, a/ac/b/g/n/n 5GHz, MIMO
Wi-Fi 802.11, b/g/n
Bluetooth
v5.0
v4.1
GPS
A-GPS, Glonass
A-GPS, Glonass
NFC Support
USB Port
Mass storage device, USB charging
microUSB 2.0, Mass storage device, USB charging
Edge
HDMI
USB OTG
USB Type-C
VoLTE
Ringtone
Music ringtones, Vibration
Music ringtones, Vibration
Radio
Audio Format
AAC, AAC+, AMR, FLAC, M4A (Apple lossless), MID, MP3, OGG, WAV, WMA
3GP, AAC, AMR, FLAC, M4A (Apple lossless), MID, MP3, MP4, OGG, WAV
Video Format
3GP, AVI, H.265, MKV, MOV, MP4, WebM, WMV
3GP, MKV, MP4, WebM
Speaker
Headset
Internal Storage
64 GB
64 GB
Expandable Storage
Up to 128 GB
Card Slot
microSD
Phone Book
Practically Unlimited
Practically Unlimited
SMS
MMS
Instant Messaging
Email
Items in the Box
Handset with built-in Battery, Dash Power Adapter, USB Type-C Cable, Screen Guard, SIM Ejector Tool, User Manual, Warranty Card
Handset with built-in Battery, Charger, Earphone, USB Cable, SIM Eject Tool, Protective Case, User Manual, Warranty Card

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