Doogee F3 might have been announced, but it is expected to enter the market during the month of October to take on OnePlus 2. OnePlus 2 has been a phenomenal success for far, accumulating more than a million invites, indicating that the company might complete its objective of selling over 5 million handsets before the end of 2015. However, OnePlus manufacturers should not get too happy about its success because Doogee F3 will definitely be stealing some of that spotlight when it enters the market later this year. To see which one is the better Snapdragon 810 handset, we have compiled comparison based on specifications between OnePlus 2 and Doogee F3.
OnePlus 2 vs. Doogee F3: Support for a microSD card slot
One primary difference separating OnePlus 2 from Doogee F3 is that the latter will provide an option for users to expand their storage up to 128 GB. This happens to be a very crucial feature in high-performing smartphones these days. OnePlus 2, despite sporting impressive specifications, is only available to purchase in the following storage models:
- 16 GB (comes with 3 GB RAM and costs $329)
- 64 GB (comes with 4 GB RAM and costs $389)
While Doogee F3 will be coming with 32 GB of internal storage when it hits the market in October, smartphone users can still comfortably expand their storage at will.
OnePlus 2 vs. Doogee F3: Price comparison
As stated earlier, OnePlus 2’s most expensive variant comes with 64 GB of on-board storage, 4 GB of RAM and a $389 price tag. In comparison, Doogee F3 will be carrying an international price tag of $350, will have 32 GB of internal storage, 4 GB of RAM, and a Snapdragon 810 to complement its performance. Doogee F3 will be $39 cheaper than its Chinese rival, which the user can invest later on in a high-performing microSD card or microUSB flash drive.
OnePlus 2 vs. Doogee F3: Camera sensors
Both models of OnePlus 2 feature a 13 MP rear camera sensor that has the capability to record 4K videos. The camera sensor present inside the smartphone belongs to OmniVision, while the camera sensor present in Doogee F3 is a Sony IMX230. Both smartphones are capable of recording 4K videos, but the Sony one has a maximum image capturing resolution of 21 MP. In short, Doogee F3 will be able to capture better quality images and videos as compared to OnePlus 2, which makes it another reason why consumers should wait for Doogee F3 to go for.
OnePlus 2 vs. Doogee F3: Battery capacity
This is where OnePlus 2 is finally able to gain an upper hand against its rival, be it a small one. There is a 3,300 mAh battery present in both OnePlus 2 models, while Doogee F3 will have a 3,100 mAh cell. While there is a 200 mAh difference between both smartphones, OnePlus 2 will provide more battery life to the user.
OnePlus 2 vs. Doogee F3: Quick Charge 2.0
Despite the fact that OnePlus 2 and Doogee F3 feature a Snapdragon 810 SoC, the latter will be providing support for Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 2.0. This is because OnePlus 2 is incorporated with a Type-C USB port, which is not compatible with the charging feature. Doogee F3 on the other hand, will sport a regular microUSB charging port, allowing the rapid-charging feature to immediately kick in and charge the battery at a much faster rate.
OnePlus 2 vs. Doogee F3: Screen size and resolution
OnePlus 2 sports a 5.5 inch screen size that has a resolution of 1080p. On the other hand, Doogee F3 will feature a 5 inch display with a 1440p resolution. While Doogee F3 will have more embellished content present inside the display thanks to more pixels, it will matter a little when battery life is the primary concern of the user. Having a resolution higher than 1080p will put more stress on the battery, leading to a reduced battery backup time for the individual.
Despite the fact that Doogee F3 will not be able to provide more battery life to the user as compared to OnePlus 2 when it is officially released in October, the smartphone trumps its Snapdragon 810 rival in all other categories. Needless to say, Doogee F3 will be a much better smartphone choice for consumers who are not only looking to purchase one of the most affordable Snapdragon 810 handsets of all time, but are also looking out for some additional features.