Galaxy Note 8 vs. OnePlus 5T - The Decision Maker! (4K)

Galaxy Note 8 vs. OnePlus 5T - The Decision Maker! (4K)

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THE ULTIMATE comparison you need to decide between the two!

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Price in India:
Galaxy Note 8 (64 GB, 6 GB RAM, Dual SIM): INR 67,900
OnePlus 5T (64 GB, 6 GB, RAM, Dual SIM): INR 33,000

Price in the US:
Galaxy Note 8 (64 GB, 6 GB RAM, Dual SIM): $867
OnePlus 5T (64 GB, 6 GB, RAM, Dual SIM): $515

Common/Similar specifications between the Galaxy Note 8 and OnePlus 5T:

OS Version: Android 7.1.1
Processor: Octa core, Snapdragon 835
RAM: 6 GB (OnePlus 5T has an 8 GB option)
Internal memory: 64/128 GB
Bluetooth: 5.0
Water resistant: Yes for both (but Note 8 is IP 68 certified)
Display type: AMOLED (very colorful, vivid)
Display size: 6.3 inches on Note 8 and 6.0 inches on OnePlus 5T
Design: Bezel-less (Note 8 is slightly more), more than 80% screen tobody ratio
Screen protection: Corning Gorilla Glass 5
Battery: 3,300 mAh, non-removable
Fast charging: Yes
Dual SIM: Yes
USB Port: Type C, reversible
Fingerprint scanner: Yes
Dual camera set up: Yes
Headphone jack: Yes
Video recording: 4K @ 30 fps, 1080p @ 60 fps
Body design: Unibody
Face Unlock: Yes (OnePlus 5T is insanely faster)

Differences between the Galaxy Note 8 and OnePlus 5T:

Wireless charging:
Note 8: Yes
OnePlus 5T: No

Display resolution:
Note 8: 2160 x 1440 pixels
OnePlus 5T: 2160 x 1080 pixels

Pixel density (higher means sharper display)
Note 8: 521
OnePlus 5T: 401

Size and weight:
Note 8: 8.66 mm thick, 195 gms
OnePlus 5T: 7.3 mm thick, 162 gms

MicroSD Card slot (expandable storage):
Note 8: Yes, up to 256 GB
OnePlus 5T: No

Camera;
Note 8: Dual, 12 MP (f1.7) + 12 MP (f2.4)
OnePlus 5T: 16 MP (f1.7) + 20 MP (f1.7)

Front camera;
Note 8: 8 MP, f/1.7
OnePlus 5T: 16 MP, f/2.0

Iris Scanner:
Note 8: Yes (more secure)
OnePlus 5T: No

Note Taking:
Note 8: S Pen Stylus, adds a host of utility and features
OnePlus 5T: No

Battery life: OnePlus 5T promises to deliver more because of better optimization and Oxygen OS atop Android 7.1.1


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