For Oppo’s newest rival in the Indian smartphone market is the Oppo F19, which targets the lower mid-range segment, which has seen a number of strong competitors in recent times including the Poco X3 Pro and Realme 8.
Oppo F19 is priced at 18,990 rupees (equivalent to 5.9 million) for 6GB memory + 128GB. Meanwhile, the Poco X3 Pro has a similar price tag for the same memory version. With a higher memory version of 8GB + 128GB, Realme 8 has a more affordable price of Rs 16,999 (equivalent to 5.3 million VND). All 3 smartphones have unique features, but which model offers the best overall value and is worthy of the money in the mid-range segment?
Let’s talk about the design of the machine first. Each model has its own design and it depends on the aesthetic eye of each person. The Oppo F19 is equipped with a 6.43 inch Super AMOLED screen with Full HD + screen resolution, 600 nits refresh, 20: 9 aspect ratio, 90.8% screen-to-body ratio.
In terms of design, the Poco X3 Pro has a similar design to the Poco X3 with a circular camera cluster on the back and a large Poco logo. The Poco X3 Pro comes with a 6.67-inch LCD display that supports Full HD + resolution, a 120 Hz refresh rate, and a 240 Hz touch sampling rate.
Realme 8 has a 6.4 inch full HD + screen with a Super AMOLED panel, screen resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels.
All three models above have identical resolutions, but the Realme 8 and F19 have Super AMOLED panels, while the Poco X3 Pro comes with an LCD panel. The balance for the AMOLED display on the Poco X3 Pro gives you a higher refresh rate at 120Hz. On the other hand, an AMOLED panel will give you much better color, brightness and viewing angles. Also, the size of the screen on the X3 Pro is slightly larger than the other two. It can be said that the Poco X3 Pro screen is a bit better than the other two competitors.
Oppo F19 is equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 Soc octa-core processor, along with Adreno 610 GPU, 6GB RAM, 128 GB optional onboard memory storage. It runs on Android 11-based ColorOS 11.1 right out of the box.
The Poco X3 Pro is powered by a new Snapdragon 860 SoC processor based on a 7 nm manufacturing process coupled with an Adreno 640 GPU. It has 8GB of RAM and 128 GB of UFS 3.1 storage. Poco X3 Pro comes with Android 11 operating system with MIUI 12 interface.
Next is the Realme 8 with Media Tek Helio G95 SoC chip and Mali-G76 MC4 GPU. It comes with up to 8GB LPDDR4x RAM and up to 128 GB UFS 2.1 memory, also expandable via a dedicated microSD card slot. It runs on Android 11 which is based on Realme UI 2.0.
Although the Realme 8 has a lot of RAM, the Poco X3 Pro has faster memory (UFS 3.1 vs. UFS 2.1). The Poco X3 Pro has the top-end processor that will give you good performance when using everyday tasks or playing games.
Through practical experience, the MediaTek Helio G95 chip brings a rather surprising performance, outperforming the Snapdragon 662 chip of Oppo F19. However, if we compare all three models above, the Poco X3 Pro is the best choice with the Snapdragon 860 SoC.
Now, many people will have to be confused when deciding which software they like. On Realme 8 and Oppo F19, you get an identical experience, closer to native Android while MIUI 12 is a completely different story. In my opinion, I would choose ColorOS above both because Oppo’s software is quite fast and surpasses Realme UI and MIUI.
As for cameras, Oppo F19 comes with triple rear camera setup with 48 megapixel primary sensor with 2MP depth sensor f / 1.7 lens, 2MP macro camera. At the front there is a 16MP selfie camera sensor with f / 2.4 aperture.
Poco X3 Pro is equipped with up to 4 cameras on the back of the camera with a combination of 48MP main camera with 1/2 sensor, f / 1.8 lens combined with 8MP ultra wide lens, 119 degree shooting angle. There are two 2MP sensors for macro photography and a depth sensor. Selfies are handled by a 20MP f / 2.2 camera.
Realme 8 has 64 MP main sensor, f / 1.9 aperture, super wide angle camera with 8MP sensor, f / 2.25 lens, 2 MP macro camera, 2MP f / 2.4 came aperture, f / aperture 2.4. On the front there is a 16 MP Sony IMX471 sensor with an f / 2.45 aperture lens.
Regarding the camera, the Oppo F19 is a bit “lagging” compared to the two competitors above because it lacks additional sensors such as a wide-angle camera, a depth-measuring camera.
It’s clear the Realme 8 looks better than the Poco X3 Pro, according to the specs, but the previous sensor seems to replace the depth sensor in the Poco X3 Pro with a monochrome one. So users will have to choose which sensor is more suitable for their needs.
Oppo F19 owns 5,000 mAh battery, 33W fast charging built-in.
The Poco X3 Pro has a smaller 5,160 mAh battery with fast charging support.
Realme 8 has a 5,000 mAh battery, supports Quick Charge 30W Dart Charge and a support charger is included in the box.
In terms of specs, the battery of the Poco X3 Pro is slightly higher than the Oppo F19 and the Realme 8. However, the duration of using it depends partly on the optimization of the software. The Realme 8 charges slightly slower than the two models above.
Have It can be said that the scale is at the same level, regardless of battery life and charging speed. It will be a bit difficult if the user chooses one of these three products based on the battery. If you prioritize the camera then the Realme 8 looks pretty good. But when it comes to performance The Poco X3 Pro is far superior. As for software, of course, the winner belongs to Oppo F19.
Through the above comparison, surely you can choose for yourself a suitable mid-range machine, right? Thank you for consulting the article.
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