Speed Test G: OnePlus 6T vs Google Pixel 3

The latest devices from OnePlus and Google go head-to-head in this Speed Test G video. Which device will win? With both devices using the Snapdragon 845, will there be a noticeable difference when it comes to real-life performance?

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46 thoughts on “Speed Test G: OnePlus 6T vs Google Pixel 3

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  2. This is the REAL speed test. Not just opening up random apps and refreshing the web. You are the master! Do the s10 plus vs everything else when its released! Can't wait to get mine !

  3. Who would have guested?…Pixel 3 with only 4gb of otherwise very well managed ram…really professor? …Amazing and many thanks for this quite enlightening vid 🤓👍😉

  4. 1:44s for Pixel3XL, or 1:49s for 6T to run that battery of tests. The performance difference is 5 seconds faster over ~104 seconds total, or ~1/20 faster for the Pixel. However, the price difference is $250 over ~$550, or about 1/3 more expensive. Lets keep some perspective.

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  6. SQLite test is probably stressing the storage more than the RAM, something in either the I/O scheduler or the storage itself in OnePlus 6T. But that's all, it's not a kind of stutter that will ruin your life when happens. Both phones are just fine.

  7. Gary, just some questions:
    – If you ran this test 10 or even 100 times will the average difference still be 4 seconds?
    – if you change the order of the single tests, will the result be the same due better/worse memory management or the difference in memory?
    – wouldn't it be nice to log the different times for every single part so you can see where the difference comes from to make a cleaner judgment?. Now the SQLite test seems to be the bottleneck for the OP6T but perhaps the other parts where better.

    I still think benchmarks are not important from a user experience point of view. To be frank, they can give users the wrong idea. A 100.000 points Antutu score will be as fine to most users as an 300.000 score. Users will think: I need that 300.000 score phone the other one must be bad which certainly isn't the case.
    I always say to most people:"Unless you play a lot of heavy 3d games which need a lot of loading and need a lot of GPU power, do yourself a favor and buy yourself a nice midrange phone or even lowbudget phone. Differences will be negligible in day to day use.

  8. And the difference is only because SQLite.
    This crap is well known for questionable performance on Linux kernel: may vary a lot on different kernel versions and even different builds of the same version. So, this is likely the case.
    The disposition may changed with just OS updates.

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