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OnePlus 11 vs iPhone 14 Pro: The OnePlus 11 is one of the year’s first major Android phone launches. The Apple iPhone 14 Pro has the latest hardware, beautiful styling and some very capable cameras, all of which we attributed to it when it was released late last year. These two phones are not direct competitors, and the Android vs. iOS debate means they’re aimed at different audiences – but what if you’re stuck in the middle and can’t decide who wins?
OnePlus 11 vs iPhone 14 Pro: Specifications SpecificationOnePlus 11 ProApple iPhone 14Internal memory128 GB128 GBRear camera50 MP f/1.8 (wide angle)
32 MP f/2.4 (telephoto)
48 MP f/2.2 (Ultra Wide) with autofocus 12 MP f/1.5 (main)
12 MP f/2.4 (Ultra Wide) with autofocusBattery4500 mAh, Li-Po battery 3279 mAh, Li-ion batteryCPU3.2 GHz, Octa Core processor 3.22 GHz, Hexa Core processorOSAndroid v13iOS v16Prices. 69,999 Rs. 65,999 Design
The design of the iPhone 14 Pro has hardly changed from the previous generation, with a slightly thicker body, but the same straight sides, flat screen and off-center camera module. The only real differences are the new color options and the front-facing Dynamic Island selfie camera cutout. It’s a fantastic device that’s a study in minimalism and feels just as premium as you’d expect.
OnePlus has taken things to the next level by using medical-grade stainless steel to distinguish its ‘black hole-inspired’ rear camera module. It sits atop either glossy Eternal Green or matte frosted Titan Black glass, making it very clear that you’re carrying the phone of the year. To say that the iPhone is a 2022 model, you have to pay close attention.
The OnePlus 11 has the advantage in terms of sheer size and screen resolution. Its 6.7in panel has a resolution of 32161440, while the 6.1in iPhone 14 Pro has a resolution of 25561179. Both are OLEDs, but OnePlus uses AMOLED technology while Apple uses XDR OLED. The latter is much brighter and reaches a maximum of 2000 nits, while the OnePlus is limited to 1300. This means the iPhone wins outdoors and when playing HDR content, although the OnePlus’ larger screen may be more comfortable for on-the-go viewing.
With the name “Pro” you’d expect the latest iPhone to deliver performance – and it does, thanks to Apple’s in-house A16 Bionic CPU. It is designed specifically for iOS, is extremely fast and is also extremely energy efficient. It will deliver a perfectly smooth experience, whether you’re gaming, shooting 4K video, or simply browsing social feeds, despite using only 6GB of RAM.
However, the OnePlus 11 is not far behind. In fact, it outperforms the Apple phone in many synthetic benchmarks and performs equally well in games. It’s the fastest Android phone available right now, and with up to 16GB of RAM, you can multitask to your heart’s content. It’s not quite as battery-friendly, but you’ll still manage a full day of typical use without plugging in.
Battery and charger
On the battery front, Apple always manages to do a lot with a little, and the iPhone 14 Pro is no exception. Although 3200mAh may seem small, it is sufficient for all-day use and can be charged wirelessly using Apple’s own MagSafe connection at 15W. Qi chargers are also supported, albeit at a slower 7.5W. Wired charging has a maximum power of 30W and takes about an hour to fully charge.
The OnePlus 11 doesn’t have wireless charging, but it does support 100W wired charging with the included power brick and cable. Customers in North America are limited to 85W, but you should still be able to charge to 50% in 15 minutes.
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