Two of the biggest launches from China this year have been the OPPO Find 7 and the OnePlus One. While the Find 7 is a true flagship with top-of-the-line specifications, the OnePlus One on the other hand is more of a Nexus-killer with its lucrative value for money aspect.
Here we peg the devices against one another. Just in case you missed it, we’ve also reviewed the OPPO Find 7 and the OnePlus One here on GizChina. Both do come with very similar specs sheets, but the differentiating factor is the version and skin of Android that the devices run, besides of course the screen resolution. The OPPO Find 7 comes with OPPO’s own ColorOS, based on Android v4.3 Jelly Bean, and the OnePlus One (global) runs popular custom Android ROM, CyanogenMod, version 11S.
Here is how the two flagships perform on some popular benchmarking tools. While these scores certainly don’t tell the complete story, they do give you an idea of how potent a device can be.
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- AnTuTu: 37,151 (OnePlus One), 37,712 (Find7)
- AnTuTu X: 36,237 (OnePlus One), 37,483 (Find7)
- Vellamo Metal: 1,602 (OnePlus One), 1,729 (Find7)
- Vellamo Multicore: 1,888 (OnePlus One), 1,802 (Find7)
- Vellamo Browser (Chrome): 2,780 (OnePlus One), 3,599 (Find7)
- Quadrant Standard: 24,019 (OnePlus One), 23,675 (Find7)
Even with the 2K screen and more than 1.7x the pixels than the OnePlus One, the Find 7 does quite well on benchmarks, often beating the One’s scores. Could it be the tighter-integrated and optimized ColorOS?
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Let us know what you think, and if you want to see more of these comparison articles. We did a similar comparison between the Xiaomi Mi 3 and the OnePlus One some days back, which you might want to check out.