OnePlus Nord 2 vs Poco F3 GT — price, specs and features compared

Jul 28, 2021

By: Marcia Sekhose

Price

The OnePlus Nord 2 starts at ₹29,999, while the Poco F3 GT starts at ₹26,999.

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Display

Both the smartphones feature a Full HD resolution AMOLED display. The OnePlus Nord 2 has a 6.43-inch panel while the Poco F3 GT has a 6.67-inch panel.

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Refresh rate

The OnePlus Nord 2 offers a maximum refresh rate of 90Hz. Poco F3 GT has a higher 120Hz refresh rate.

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Processor

The OnePlus Nord 2 and Poco F3 GT are both powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 1200 processor.

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Memory

The OnePlus Nord 2 comes in three configurations of 6GB 128GB, 8GB 128GB and 12GB 256GB. The Poco F3 GT also has three variants to choose from including 6GB 64GB, 8GB 128GB and 8GB 256GB.

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Rear camera

The OnePlus Nord 2 features a triple camera setup with a 50MP primary sensor, an ultra wide 8MP sensor and a 2MP mono lens. The Poco F3 GT’s triple camera setup includes a 64MP primary sensor, an 8MP ultra wide angle lens and a 2MP macro sensor.

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Selfie camera

For selfies, OnePlus Nord 2 houses a 32MP front camera, while the Poco F3 GT has a 16MP camera.

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Battery

On the OnePlus Nord 2 you get a 4,500mAh battery, and on the Poco F3 GT, a 5,065mAh battery.

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Fast charging

The OnePlus Nord 2 comes with Warp Charge 65 support, and Poco F3 GT offers a slightly faster 67W charging technology.

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Fingerprint sensor

There’s an in-display fingerprint sensor on the OnePlus Nord 2. The Poco F3 GT comes with a side-mounted fingerprint sensor.

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Color variants

The OnePlus Nord 2 has three colour options of Gray Sierra, Blue Haze, and Green Wood. The Poco F3 GT comes in Gunmetal Silver and Predator Black colours.

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