The most recent high-end smartphones from their respective firms are the OnePlus 10T and Vivo X80 Pro. Although, in some aspects, the OnePlus 10T surpasses the OnePlus 10 Pro as the company’s flagship model. In any case, we’ll contrast the OnePlus 10T and Vivo X80 Pro in this article. Both of these phones, which are aimed at comparable consumer categories, have a lot to offer.

However, the two phones are very unlike. Therefore, it will be intriguing to examine how they compare in many categories. As usual, we’ll start by listing their requirements before moving on to a few additional areas. We’ll contrast the two phones’ looks and displays, as well as their functionality, battery life, camera quality, and audio. Keep in mind that the Vivo X80 Pro costs a lot more than the OnePlus 10T. Now that that has been said, let’s begin.

SPECS Vivo X80 Pro and OnePlus 10T 6.7-inch flat fullHD Fluid AMOLED display size (120Hz refresh rate) Curved 6.78-inch QHD AMOLED display (120Hz refresh rate, LTPO3) 2412 x 1080 × 3200 x 1440 SoC for the screen First-generation Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 8GB/16GB RAM (LPDDR5) 8GB/12GB (LPDDR5) 128GB/256GB non-expandable storage (UFS 3.1) Non-expandable, 256GB/512GB/1TB backup cameras Sony IMX766 sensor, f/1.8 aperture, PDAF, 1.0um pixel size, 23.6mm equivalent focal length, OIS; 50 MP; 8MP (f/2.2 ultra-wide, 1.12um pixels, fixed focus, 119.9° field of view) 2MP (macro camera, 2-4cm) Wide-angle, f/1.6, PDAF, OIS, and 50MP with laser autofocus 8MP (5x optical zoom, 1.0um pixels, OIS, PDAF, periscope telephoto), f/3.4 aperture 12MP (2x optical zoom, telephoto, f/1.9 aperture, 50mm lens, Dual Pixel PDAF, gimbal OIS) 48MP (ultrawide, f/2.2, 114-degree field of view) entrance cameras Fixed Focus, 24mm lens, 16MP (f/2.4 aperture, 1.0um pixel size), EIS 24mm wide-angle lens, f/2.5 aperture, 0.8um pixel size, HDR, 32 MP 4,800mAh non-removable battery, wired charging at 150W (125W in the US) Charger has a 4,700mAh non-removable battery and supports wired and wireless charging at 80 and 50 watts, respectively. Sizes 164.6 x 75.3 x 9.1mm and 163 x 75.4 x 8.75mm 203.5 g and 215 g in weight Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.2, USB Type-C, 5G, LTE, NFC, and other connectivity options Security an in-screen fingerprint reader (optical) an in-screen fingerprint reader (ultrasonic) Price $649 $1100 OS Android 12OxygenOS 12.1 Android 12Funtouch 12 Buy ONEPLUS 10T VS VIVO X80 PRO: DESIGN by ONEPLUS Vivo There is no doubting the size of these two phones. Both of them also have small bezels and a camera hole that is centered in the display. Both phones have glass on their backs, albeit there are certain variations with more grippy backs, mainly in China. Put your attention on glass iterations. But the similarities stop there. Unlike Vivo, which chose a curved display in this case, the OnePlus 10T has a flat display. While the Vivo X80 Pro has a metal frame, the OnePlus 10T features a plastic frame.

Advertisement There are noticeable variations between the two phones if you turn them around. Although the back glass of the two smartphones has a different appearance, it is nonetheless fairly slippery. The camera islands varies greatly. Due to the inclusion of an additional glass panel, the Vivo X80 Pros is larger. Therefore, it occupies a sizable chunk of the phone’s rear. The OnePlus 10Ts has the appearance of sticking out from the side. More will be said about Vivo’s additional camera on the back in a moment.

Once you start using them, they don’t feel all that different in the hand. In addition to being a little heavier, utilizing the Vivo X80 Pro’s curved glass display is an unusual experience. Both their width and height are comparable. They are almost equally thick, thus the same is true for thickness (around 9mm). Both gadgets should be used with a case. They certainly have a high-end feel, but they are really slippery.

VIVO X80 PRO vs. Oneplus 10T: Display The displays on both devices are stunning and sizable. A 6.7-inch fullHD (2412 x 1080) Fluid AMOLED display is included on the OnePlus 10T. That panel has a 120Hz refresh rate and is flat. Its Gorilla Glass 5 protection allows it to project up to 1 billion colors. Also supported is HDR10 content. Here, the aspect ratio of the display is 20:9, and the PPI is 394. In comparison to the Vivo X80 Pro, the OnePlus 10T features a significantly lower screen-to-body ratio.

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On the other hand, the Vivo X80 Pro has a 6.78-inch QHD (3200 x 1440) LTPO3 AMOLED screen. The adjustable refresh rate on this curved panel can reach 120Hz. It supports HDR10 content and has a projected color range of up to 1 billion. At 1,500 nits at peak brightness, it also becomes quite bright. Here, the aspect ratio of the display is 20:9, and the PPI is 517.

Although the Vivo X80 Pros has the advantage, both of these displays are superb in real-world use. The display is sharper and better on paper, though few of you will notice it in practice. Both panels have excellent viewing angles and are bright and vibrant. Additionally, both of them are incredibly touch-responsive. The Vivo X80 Pro’s display does become a little bit brighter and has an adjustable refresh rate (1-120Hz). You won’t be disappointed with any choice; you’ll like both panels.

Advertisement VIVO X80 PRO vs. Oneplus 10T: Performance On paper, both of these phones appear to be fairly strong, and they do provide good performance all around. But, shall we begin with the performance-related specifications? The Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC powers the OnePlus 10T, whereas the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC powers the Vivo X80 Pro. In terms of performance as well as heat and power management, the old SoC is unquestionably superior. Given that both devices are blazingly fast, you won’t notice any difference in performance.

It’s a good thing that both businesses choose to use LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 storage. While the Vivo X80 Pro has a maximum of 12GB of RAM, the OnePlus 10T has up to 16GB of RAM. Both phones come with Android 12 pre-installed, but their skins are very different. The OnePlus 10T comes with OxygenOS, while the Vivo X80 Pro comes with the company’s Funtouch skin. But both are excellent.

When used together, these two phones can do any task you throw at them, even playing games. Both firms performed an excellent job managing heat, and they can play even the most demanding games without any issues. Despite the fact that both phones get rather warm when used for gaming, we never considered them to be overly warm. There are some problems, but there is no latency. Overall, they perform admirably.

Advertisement VIVO X80 PRO VS. ONEPLUS 10T: BATTERY The Vivo X80 Pro features a 4,700mAh battery, compared to the 4,800mAh battery of the OnePlus 10T. But the one with the longest battery life is the OnePlus 10T. It might be caused by a combination of its processor, OnePlus optimization, and a lower-res, slightly-smaller display. The likelihood is that it is. In either case, the Vivo X80 Pro offers a respectable battery life, but the OnePlus 10T completely outperforms it.

Several times throughout our testing with the OnePlus 10T, we were able to reach over 10 hours of screen-on time. At least for us, the phone’s screen-on time during the day easily exceeded 8 hours. However, gaming may alter that. The Vivo X80 Pro should be able to bring you well past the 6-hour screen-on-time barrier, but not even close to the OnePlus 10T figures. Please be aware that a variety of factors, like usage, location, signal, and many more, can effect battery life, so your results may vary greatly.

These two phones both offer extremely quick charging. The Vivo X80 Pro is more adaptable, while the OnePlus 10T charging is faster. Fast wired charging at 150W (125W in the US) is supported by the OnePlus 10T. The support for wireless charging ends there. Contrarily, the Vivo X80 Pro supports 80W wired, 50W wireless, as well as reverse wireless charging. Both smartphones come with a charging brick.

Advertisement VIVO X80 PRO vs. Oneplus 10T: Cameras The Vivo X80 Pro boasts four cameras on the rear, compared to the OnePlus 10T’s three. On the OnePlus 10T, a 50-megapixel primary camera is supported by an 8-megapixel ultrawide sensor. Additionally, there includes a 2-megapixel macro camera. The 50-megapixel primary camera, 48-megapixel ultrawide unit, 12-megapixel telephoto camera, and 8-megapixel periscope telephoto unit of the Vivo X80 Pro are all impressive features.

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The Vivo X80 Pro does, in general, capture superior images. The OnePlus 10T’s secondary cameras are passable, but the primary camera is excellent. However, the Vivo X80 Pro performs admirably with virtually every camera. Even if the phone sometimes goes a little overboard with the sharpening, the photographs do end up being quite crisp and incredibly detailed. Additionally, normal and ZEISS settings are available. If you want more realistic pictures, the latter is fantastic.

Advertisement Additionally, the Vivo X80 Pro performs better in low light since it is able to capture more detail. In fact, if you choose, you can make photos appear to have been taken in the daytime. That is also a plus for the OnePlus 10T. However, the OnePlus 10T’s 2-megapixel camera on the back is not very excellent. Sometimes, when the lighting is ideal, it can get a decent image, but besides that, it isn’t all that useful. The use of 2-megapixel macro cameras by OEMs should end.

AUDIO Unfortunately, neither of these two phones comes with an audio jack. If you require a connected connection, a Type-C connector is always available. Both devices come with Bluetooth 5.2, A2DP, LE, and aptX HD for wireless connectivity.

Additionally, they have stereo speakers. Both phones have good speakers, but the Vivo X80 Pro stands out. The sound is just more detailed and slightly sharper because it seems to have a larger soundstage. Both speaker systems get very loud.



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