Oppo Reno Ace, Realme X2 Pro, OnePlus 7T Comparison
Oppo Reno Ace, Realme X2 Pro, OnePlus 7T Comparison

Introduction

Oppo Reno Ace, Realme X2 Pro, OnePlus 7T; After the success of the OnePlus 7 Pro in the first half of this year; “90Hz” has become a hot word for many new machines in the second half of the year. Among them, it is said that there is OnePlus’ own successor 7T Pro; and there are Android “demonstrations” such as the Pixel 4 series. However, if the high update rate is to be popular, it will inevitably be driven by products with lower thresholds. The three main characters of this article, Oppo Reno Ace, Realme X2 Pro, OnePlus 7T, are the most qualified products at the moment.

Reno Ace, X2 Pro, and 7T, In addition to the 90Hz screen, all three use flagship core hardware. But at the same time, the three brands have a different focus on building products. If these three machines that are in the 3,000 yuan range just cause you a headache and you have no choice; then you might as well listen to the author’s feelings after the experience and see where they all have their own advantages.

Appearance and feel

From a personal perspective, none of the three machines, Reno Ace, X2 Pro, and OnePlus 7T, can be considered by design. The front of the three is a common waterdrop screen, and the front face is not very different. Looking at it from the back, Reno Ace and X2 Pro are actually twins of Oppo and Realme. The rear four-shot and one vertical bar are placed on the top and middle; which is the same as Oppo’s main appearance style this year. Reno Ace, X2 Pro, and 7T; I think it will look more pleasing than many vertical cameras in the upper left corner. As for the horizontal Realme logo that makes some obsessive-compulsive disorder users very entangled, I have nothing unacceptable. Of course, this problem is easy to solve, as long as it is covered with a (non-transparent) protective shell.

Realme X2 Pro

However, although the design language of these two machines is not much, fortunately, both Oppo and Realme have played a joint custom. Reno Ace and X2 Pro add the design elements of Gundam / Gundam and Naoto Fukasawa respectively, and the corresponding special editions are obviously brighter. Especially the Gundam / Gundam version of Reno Ace, the integration of the theme makes people see the full sincerity of the factory. The only pity is that the volume is too small. Under the premise that the price does not open up from the ordinary version, the limited number of 30,000 units is still estimated to be fast.

Oneplus 7T Oreo Based

The OnePlus 7T does not require any joint name. It can attract attention by itself because the ” Oreo ” behind it is hard to let people not notice … Honestly, the author is not able to After getting to the T-shaped arrangement of the three-shot and flashing light openings; the designer insisted on a black round aesthetic. The most reasonable explanation in the personal brain; is estimated that I want to improve recognition. Reno Ace, X2 Pro, and 7T, However, something like “Oreo” is different from the conventional styling scheme.

If you can match the protective cover, you can achieve some unique effects. But unfortunately, it seems that not many manufacturers care about this at present. The interesting products that can be bought on the market are basically from third parties; it is difficult to guarantee the uneven quality. Smartisan’s “Footprint” series accessories are really a creative (and profitable) idea. I sincerely hope that other brands can also learn from them.

Weight Reno Ace, X2 Pro, and 7T

As for the feel, the grip of Reno Ace and X2 Pro is quite satisfactory. The 200g weight and 8.7mm thick body (yes, the two are the same); it is almost the normal level of the same positioning products at present. It is not ideal, but it is acceptable to see the battery is large enough. In comparison, the “only” 190g, 8.13mm thick OnePlus 7T can feel the difference right at the start. In addition to the frosted back cover glass that is different from the other two, this is the one I like most among the three.

OnePlus 7T Reviews

In addition, these three machines have built-in Z-axis linear motors. Although the actual effect is not as good as the X-axis, it is better than nothing. It can still improve the operation feeling in use scenarios such as games. The three fingerprint solutions use the screen type, the recognition speed after lighting is almost the same. However, because Reno Ace and X2 Pro are more active in the strategy of waking up the module, the comprehensive experience of the two is slightly better than OnePlus 7T.

Screen and sound quality

In fact, just looking at the specifications, the AMOLED panels used by these three phones are almost the same. Except that the OnePlus 7T is marked as 6.55 inches on the official website; which is 0.05 inches larger than the other two models. The resolution of the three is 2,400 x 1,080, and the ratio is 20: 9. The color display modes provided in the system, Reno Ace and X2 Pro are both vivid and soft. The 7T will have more professional options such as AMOLED light color gamut, sRGB; and Display P3, which is convenient for users to choose according to their needs for color.

Similarity: Oppo Reno Ace, Realme X2 Pro, OnePlus 7T

By default, the two Oppo and Realme machines look and feel similar. The color temperature is obviously colder, and the color as a whole is also going to please the eyes. In contrast, the 7T will be a little closer to the standard color temperature. And it will perform better than the other two in terms of color rendering accuracy. In terms of brightness, there is no major problem with the three, and the 90Hz update rate is unnecessary. As long as you have experienced its fluency, it is difficult to return to 60Hz. In the corresponding system options, X2 Pro will show the 90Hz switching of each app. Compared to the other two machines, it only tells you in general that some unsuitable software will still run at 60Hz in 90Hz mode. Realme’s solution is obviously more clear.


As for the feeling of listening, first of all; the sound quality of the three phones after connecting the headphones is almost the current mainstream level. However, Reno Ace and X2 Pro come with 3.5mm jacks, which is a big advantage over 7T. When playing with speakers, the 7T’s performance is obviously better than the other two machines with stereo dual speakers. Its sound is bright and transparent, and there is rarely a high-frequency sound breaking. If you leave the headphone hole alone, it should be the best of the three comprehensive audiovisual experience.

Camera: Oppo Reno Ace, Realme X2 Pro, OnePlus 7T

From the lens function with a point of view, three phones are considered complete; except for the main camera telephoto and ultra-wide have four proactive oppos Reno Ace and realme X2 Pro would go each more than a black and white, depth of field camera make up the numbers. Among the three, the main camera of the X2 Pro uses a relatively new 64MP Samsung GW1 sensor (with f / 1.8 lens). However, compared with another Vivo NEX 3 CMOS model I recently experienced, Realme’s tuning direction is significantly different.

The main color of the X2 Pro will be relatively closer to the real one (the saturation will not be much higher after turning on the “dazzling” mode). Some people may like it, but personally they are more willing to see a little more color style. The presence of a high-pixel photosensor also ensures sufficient detail. With 64MP fully open, in addition to some graininess in the dark, the overall picture quality is satisfactory, and it can be used to crop the “zoom” to get quite good results.

Main Cameras

As for the 13MP telephoto camera that the device is really equipped with, it can achieve a 2x optical zoom. Its imaging performance is acceptable, but it is still lacking inconsistency with the main camera’s white balance and saturation. This problem is also reflected at the ultra-wide angle. And when shooting with this super wide-angle camera, limited by 8MP pixels, the details of the photo are not rich enough.

Fortunately, its control of deformation is relatively effective, and it is good for social sharing. It is worth mentioning that the X2 Pro’s main camera, telephoto; and ultra-wide-angle end can enable the handheld night scene mode, which can help users solve more “unclear things” scenes. And when the main camera is shooting at night in four-in-one 16MP mode, the photos also have good brightness and purity. However, in the face of large light, if HDR is not enabled; there will be obvious noise in the dark part, and the edges may even have strange color casts.

Realme X2 Pro real shot

The three-shot composition of the Reno Ace core is basically the same as the X2 Pro; except that the CMOS used by its main camera has been replaced by a 48MP IMX586 (with an f / 1.7 lens). From the performance point of view, taking photos does not seem to be the most important point for Oppo when creating this product; and “useable” is the most suitable evaluation by the author. Reno Ace has good white balance accuracy under good lighting conditions. You need to turn on the “dazzling” mode for the colors to feel a little more lively.

This phone’s suppression of highlights is not very effective, but the overall resolution is quite satisfactory. At night, the smearing of photos will become very heavy; and night scene mode is often needed to save details (but it will become strange with bad colors and light …). Reno Ace is also not very satisfactory in the consistency of the main camera, super wide-angle and telephoto imaging. The overall tone of the white balance at the ultra-wide-angle end is cooler, and the photos were taken by the telephoto camera sometimes appear noticeably greenish. Therefore, the existence of the two is more to help users solve the basic needs of “shooting things first.”

Oppo Rena Ace Real Samples

The final OnePlus 7T brought some surprises to the author. Although it is the least of the three cameras in terms of the number of cameras, it is the most comfortable one to shoot in all kinds of scenes. During daytime shooting, its 48MP main camera (also an IMX586 sensor with f / 1.6 lens) still has an accurate white balance, and the color style is much more vivid than the previous OnePlus mobile phone. The resolution of the device is excellent, but there should be a little improvement in highlight suppression.

In the low-light environment, the image taken by the one plus 7T with an optical anti-shake is pure. At the same time, the key point is that its night scene mode is greatly enhanced compared with the past, and it has very high usability. In addition, the imaging consistency of the 12MP telephoto end (double optical zoom) and the 16MP ultra-wide-angle end is also the best controlled among the three mobile phones. And this time the factory also added a macro motor at the ultra-wide-angle end, so that the device can take 2.5cm recently, and the clarity is satisfactory. In contrast, the macro effect of X2 Pro and Reno Ace is not as good as 7T, especially the latter can’t be triggered manually, which is quite troublesome to use.

OnePlus 7T real shot samples

In addition, the 7T portrait mode supports two focal lengths to meet different shooting needs. But in terms of beauty, more people may still prefer the effect of Oppo / Realme. In terms of video, all three machines can shoot up to 4K @ 60fps, and the electronic anti-vibration can also play a better role in stabilizing. The Sloop short clip editing app launched by Oppo for Reno phones is very easy to use on Ace. It is estimated that X2 Pro will be updated in the future, but it will be hard to say whether OnePlus 7T will be available.

System: Oppo Reno Ace, Realme X2 Pro, OnePlus 7T

Oppo Reno Ace, Realme X2 Pro, OnePlus 7T, I have already said that the hardware design of Reno Ace and X2 Pro is exactly the same. In fact, the system used by the two is basically a set, which is essentially ColorOS 6.1 based on Android 9. Compared with the previous version of ColorOS, which has been experienced earlier, there are not many obvious changes in this version. Visually, it mainly promotes the concept of “full borders” that was emphasized when ColorOS 6 was released, but in the presentation of some animation effects, the perception of blessing with a 90Hz screen will be improved.

In terms of features, Breeno voice assistant now integrates Microsoft Xiaobing, while also supporting mainstream takeaway services in mainland China. In addition, the dual Wi-Fi mode, which can bring a lot of help to the stability of connected games, has also been officially added to the test, and the mainland’s eID based on NFC will bring more uses to mobile phones.

Android 10 OS

On the OnePlus side, the freshest part of the 7T preload system is naturally its base Android 10. In this version of the software, the factory provides more space for users to customize. In addition to the original icons, fonts, and UI accent colors, users can now choose their preferred system color and quick menu button shape. However, it is a pity that some of the new features mentioned by OnePlus at the press conference have not been officially added to the system after more than a month. In the hydrogen OS prepared for mainland users, the small cloth assistant based on Oppo Breeno and the corresponding voice car mode has not yet appeared. As for the overseas version of Oxygen OS, I believe that there are a lot of people waiting for Instant Translation video instant translation tools?

Efficiency and endurance: Oppo Reno Ace, Realme X2 Pro, OnePlus 7T

oppo Reno Ace, Realme X2 Pro, and OnePlus 7T are all equipped with Snapdragon 855+ processor prepared by Qualcomm for high-end Android phones in the second half of the year. In addition to Realme’s 64GB version using UFS 2.1 chip, the other three models are equipped with All are currently the fastest UFS 3.0 storage. There is no need to worry about the performance of this combination, whether it is gaming or daily use, there is no place to drag (the screen is smoother after 90Hz).

If you want to compare, one plus 7T will use the “light” word to optimize the system’s current direction, and it will be a little better in fluency. However, I believe that for most users, the difference between them is not to the level that affects the experience. In terms of temperature control, Reno Ace and X2 Pro both emphasized liquid-cooled soaking plates and graphite stickers when promoting. The actual heat dissipation effect is really good, only the top of the fuselage is slightly warm during high-intensity gaming. The OnePlus 7T only has graphite and no liquid cooling, but it is not much worse than the other two. Its main heat source is concentrated in the upper half of the back cover.

Battery: Oppo Reno Ace, Realme X2 Pro, OnePlus 7T

oppo Reno Ace and realme X2 Pro are equipped with 4,000mAh battery, OnePlus 7T is 3,800mAh, which will be slightly behind in specifications. Under the premise of enabling the 90Hz mode, the three remain after the author ’s daily testing (IM on 4G network, full sync; one hour of video, one hour of offline listening to music; one hour of gaming, half an hour of browsing the web, half an hour of social networking) The power levels are 51%, 52%, and 43%. In general, Reno Ace and X2 Pro can be ranked at the middle and upper levels of current products, 7T is more general, and there will still be anxiety about battery life.

Fortunately, in terms of charging, OnePlus’ Warp Charge 30T prepared for the one plus 7T performed well. In terms of power, 30W can only be located in the middle of the current market, but it is 34% in 15 minutes and 74% in 30 minutes. The speed of full charging in 60 minutes is actually quite fast. The reason why such a result can only be rated as “qualified” now is that the industry’s best solutions; namely the two generations of SuperVOOC flash charging carried by Reno Ace and X2 Pro, are really too far ahead.

Battery percentage comparison

Realme X2 Pro, which is still using the first generation technology, has a maximum charging power of 50W. After plugging in, the X2 Pro can recharge 60% of the power in 15 minutes, and after half an hour it can almost fully charge the battery. The second-generation SuperVOOC used by Reno Ace has a stronger explosive power in a short period of time. It can charge 70% of the power on a 15-minute node, and it takes only 29 minutes to fully recharge the battery. It’s so daunting to put such efficiency in the past … You should know that one and a half years ago, everyone talked about half an hour faster than fast charging, and then the number in front of the percent power sign. Nowadays, it can be completely filled in half an hour!

Conclusion: Oppo Reno Ace, Realme X2 Pro, OnePlus 7T

At the end of 2019, which may be the last carnival of 4G mobile phones, OnePlus 7T, Oppo Reno Ace, and Realme X2 Pro. Which has appeared successively, can be regarded as a popularization lesson for consumers with a 90Hz screen? After this round of concept “bombing”, many people seem to be a non 90Hz not to buy. Of course, this is not a problem in itself, after all, the author himself has always said that the high update rate is a feature that can never be returned after use.
Speaking of the three Reno Ace, X2 Pro, and 7Tprotagonists in this article; the first thing to be sure is that they are all good candidates for 90Hz.

To ask which one is best, different people will definitely have different answers. I value the feel and taking photos more, so I think 7T is more useful. But the X2 Pro, which is the closest to the overall price. It is honestly the best balanced of all the three phones. As for Reno Ace, the comprehensive power consumption experience is ahead of other mobile phones. Although the price should be a little higher, for those who are looking for charging speed; this should be the best choice in the current market.
Of course, people who are familiar with the mobile phone industry; also know that how the 90Hz battle of these three mobile phones is fought. In the final analysis, it is still a “civil war” between real and friendly merchants. Oppo’s strategic layout is pervasive and comprehensive, which is really unacceptable. Reno Ace, X2 Pro,7T

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