The OnePlus 10T recently entered a market that was incredibly competitive. We’ll contrast it with one of its most logical rivals in this piece. Compare the Google Pixel 6 vs the OnePlus 10T. These two phones will compete for people who fit similar user profiles. They are not only somewhat comparable enthusiast devices, but they also cost about the same and are about the same size. Although not the very best that their respective brands have to offer, they are both regarded as high-end phones.

Even if the OnePlus 10 Pro’s SoC and charging are inferior to those of the OnePlus 10T, it is still regarded as the company’s flagship model. Despite being fairly similar to the Pixel 6, the Google Pixel 6 Pro is the company’s flagship device. However, the OnePlus 10T and Pixel 6 are just slightly inferior to their brothers and, in some aspects, are much better. In light of this, let’s start by contrasting their specifications and work our way forward.

SPECS Google Pixel 6 OnePlus 10T 6.7-inch flat fullHD Fluid AMOLED display size (120Hz refresh rate) FullHD 6.4-inch AMOLED flat display (90Hz) 2412 x 1080 and 2400 × 1080 SoC for the screen Google Tensor Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 8GB/16GB (LPDDR5) of RAM (LPDDR5) 128GB/256GB non-expandable storage (UFS 3.1) 256GB or 128GB, not extendable 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) f/1.9, 1.2um pixel size, 26mm lens, omnidirectional PDAF, OIS, and laser AF in 50MP camera 12MP (f/2.2, 1.25um pixels, 114-degree field of view) 16 MP front cameras with f/2.4 aperture, 1.0um pixels, fixed focus, and an EIS lens are available. 8MP (1.12um pixels, 24mm lens, f/2.0 aperture) 4,800mAh non-removable battery, wired charging at 150W (125W in the US) charger integrated Non-removable 4,614mAh battery with 30W wired and 21W wireless charging Dimensions 158.6 x 74.8 x 8.9 mm and 163 x 75.4 x 8.75 mm 203.5 grams and 207 grams 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 (optical) Price $649 $599 OS Android 12OxygenOS 12.1 Android 12 Purchase ONEPLUS 10T VS Google Pixel 6: Design from OnePlus Google . Actually, the OnePlus 10T has a glass back and a plastic frame. Despite the fact that it is made of plastic, the frame looks and feels pretty expensive. In contrast, the Google Pixel 6 is comprised of metal and glass. The back of the OnePlus 10T has Gorilla Glass 5, while the back of the Pixel 6 has Gorilla Glass 6. Both phones have a flat display and a hole for the camera in the center.

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The sizes of the two phones are also pretty comparable. The OnePlus 10T has around the same thickness as the OnePlus 10, but it is somewhat taller and wider. Since the difference in weight is only 3 grams and they both weigh more than 200 grams, they also have similar weights. Therefore, neither of these two devices is particularly lightweight or compact. However, only the Pixel 6 is water and dust proof but they both feel pleasant in the hand (IP68 rating).

They really look very different from one another. The OnePlus 10T is slightly more rounded, and its intriguing-looking back camera island is located in the top-left corner. The Pixel 6s camera visor on the rear is prominent and extends from side to side, making it difficult to miss. The black camera visor and three more colors are combined on the back of the Pixel 6. They do feel very different in the hand, and the Pixel 6 is more slippery because its glass backplate isn’t coated. Although the bezels on the Pixel 6 are significantly bigger, they are still rather small.

Advertisement Google Pixel 6 vs. the Oneplus 10t: Display A 6.7-inch fullHD (2412 x 1080) Fluid AMOLED display is included on the OnePlus 10T. This display runs at 120 Hz and is flat. We’re looking at a 20:9 display aspect ratio here, and it can display up to 1 billion colors. HDR10 content is supported by this monitor. On the other hand, the Pixel 6 has a 6.4-inch fullHD (2400 x 1080) AMOLED screen. This 90Hz panel is capable of displaying HDR10 content. The phone’s display has a 20:9 aspect ratio and is shielded by Gorilla Glass Victus.

The OnePlus 10T does, in theory, have a better display. Will you be able to tell the refresh rate has changed? That all depends on who you are, I suppose. Most people probably won’t because the operation of both displays is quite seamless. But I’m sure those of you with keen eyes will notice, I know I do. However, both phones seem incredibly fluid while in use, and those displays undoubtedly contribute significantly to that. The touch response on both phones is excellent, and they are both well-optimized.

Both screens are excellent overall. Actually, most people won’t find anything really wrong with either of these. Both are sufficiently sharp and feel incredibly smooth while in use. Both are sufficiently bright and vibrant. Although there are far superior solutions available for that use, the OnePlus 10Ts panel felt better when used outside in direct sunlight. The viewing angles are superb on both displays too. Therefore, nobody of them has a specific problem.

Advertisement Google Pixel 6 vs. Oneplus 10t: Performance These phones are both pretty capable. The Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC powers the OnePlus 10T. The phone is available with 8GB or 16GB of RAM. On the other hand, the Pixel 6 has 8GB of RAM and is powered by the Google Tensor SoC. In these phones, LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 flash storage were both utilised by OnePlus and Google. Both phones have excellent optimization.

Both smartphones have Android 12 pre-installed, but the user interfaces are very different. While the Pixel 6 has vanilla Android pre-installed, OxygenOS 12.1 comes bundled with the OnePlus 10T. However, as was already said, both builds are extremely highly optimized, and both phones operate flawlessly under normal use. You’ll have to use a lot of effort to get these two to calm down.

They perform admirably in daily tasks including opening and shutting programs, multitasking, browsing, consuming multimedia, editing images and videos, and other similar tasks. If gaming is something you’re interested in, they’re also fantastic. On any of these two phones, you can play just much any game from the Google Play Store, and they both promise to perform well. Even while both will become very heated during prolonged gaming sessions, heat is not really a problem either.

Advertisement Google Pixel 6 vs. Oneplus 10t: Battery A 4,800mAh battery powers the OnePlus 10T. The gadget includes a charging brick and allows 150W fast wired charging (125W in the US). On the other hand, the Pixel 6 enables reverse wireless charging as well as 21W wireless (you can only obtain these rates with the Pixel Stand wireless charger). It also supports 23W wired charging. Please be aware that the Pixel 6 only comes with a wire and no charging brick.

Overall, and by a significant margin, the OnePlus 10T provides substantially faster charging. The OnePlus 10T can be charged multiple times in that period while the Pixel 6 takes roughly two hours to fully charge. However, if wireless charging is crucial to you, the Pixel 6 is your only choice as OnePlus left it out of the OnePlus 10T. One of the company’s cost-cutting strategies to lower the price of the device is that.

How long do these two phones’ batteries last? Well, that’s not too awful. According to our testing, the OnePlus 10T has the better battery life of the two. Throughout the course of our review, the phone consistently gave us 10 hours of screen time. In contrast, the Pixel 6 had a screen-on time of closer to 6.5-7 hours. It occasionally succeeded in going longer than seven hours. Your results may vary greatly, though. Please be aware that we don’t play a lot of games on a regular basis.

Advertisement Google Pixel 6 vs. Oneplus 10t: Cameras On the back of the OnePlus 10T, there are three cameras. a main camera with a resolution of 50 MP, an 8 MP ultra wide camera, and a 2 MP macro camera. Only a 12-megapixel ultrawide camera and a 50-megapixel main camera are available on the Pixel 6. However, altogether, the Pixel 6 has the superior camera phone. Many would concur with that given how well the company’s outstanding camera software works with the cutting-edge camera hardware Google used.

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Daytime photos typically appear more balanced, and the same is true of nocturnal photos. Compared to the Pixel 6, the OnePlus 10T needs a lot of light to really capture the photo. Don’t get us wrong, the OnePlus 10T camera isn’t horrible, but it doesn’t look fantastic next to the Pixel 6. The Pixel 6 shines in low light, which is especially true. It was able to deliver photographs with lots of information and rather bright images with reduced noise.

Advertisement Additionally, the Pixel 6 manages HDR circumstances better because it was able to balance out such scenes. The OnePlus 10T performs admirably on occasion, but it is not nearly as reliable under these difficult circumstances. However, during the day, it does offer sufficient detail. Additionally, the Pixel 6’s ultrawide camera works better and, in terms of color accuracy, is pretty comparable to the main camera. The OnePlus 10T cannot be described in the same way.

AUDIO Do keep in mind that neither of these two phones has a 3.5mm headphone jack. However, the stereo speakers on the two phones actually exist, and they are both excellent. The soundstage appears to be wide enough, and they do get loud enough. Additionally, there is very little distortion, and it only occurs at the loudest volumes. Although the results are different, the playing field is similar. However, these are not the best speakers we have heard.

The vocals are very clear, and the output is well-balanced. With regard to these speakers and audio output in general, we have no significant issues. Both phones do support Bluetooth 5.2, which is another important point to make.

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