Huawei Honor View 20 vs OnePlus 6T McLaren: 10GB RAM, dual 48MP cameras!
Starting today is the battle of Huawei Honor View 20 vs OnePlus 6T McLaren shipping with massive 10GB RAM and dual 48MP cameras. Check out the winner now!
Huawei Honor View 20 vs OnePlus 6T McLaren specs
Between two devices, Honor View 20 is the soon-arriving flagship of Huawei. Meanwhile, OnePlus 6T McLaren is OnePlus’s latest flagship. Under the hood, Huawei Honor View 20 specs come with a 6.4-inch LCD with a 2310 x 1080 resolution. Moreover, OnePlus 6T McLaren specs sport a 6.41-inch Optic AMOLED (1080 x 2340 pixels). Consequently, OnePlus beast is gaining the first point thanks to the better screen.
As we learned, Honor View 20 gets power from HiSilicon Kirin 980 chipset, while OnePlus phone gets power from the Snapdragon 845. Regarding the storage, the handset from Huawei provides 6GB/8GB of RAM and 128GB ROM/256GB ROM. Furthermore, OnePlus 6T McLaren packs 10GB RAM and 256GB ROM. As both smartphones are not expandable, the OnePlus handset is going to win this round for the stronger performance.
As for the software system, both two phones run on Android 9.0 Pie. What about the optics department? In details, Huawei Honor View 20 camera presents a dual 48MP primary sensor paired with a TOF 3D camera and a single 25MP lens. Otherwise, OnePlus 6T McLaren camera presents a dual 16MP (f/1.7) + 20MP (f/1.7) rear snapper and a 16MP (f/2.0) selfie shooter. As a result, Huawei phone is ahead thanks to the impressive photography system. Last but not least, Honor View 20 supplies a 4000mAh power box, while this figure in OnePlus phone is 3700mAh.
Huawei Honor View 20 vs OnePlus 6T McLaren release date and price
As we learned, the Honor View 20 release date is 10 January, while OnePlus 6T McLaren release date is in the last quarter of this year. Concerning the cost, Honor View 20 price begins from INR 30,400 ~ $432 to INR 35,500 ~ $504. Moreover, the OnePlus 6T McLaren price is $827 ~ Rs. 59, 000. In this case, we would prefer the Huawei phone for the lower cost, but stronger hardware system.