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A special report from Tom's Guide crowned the OnePlus 5T as the winner of a fast-loading showdown between current smartphones emblematic Meanwhile, the iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus failed to keep up with their Android counterparts.
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A special report by Tom's Guide revealed the OnePlus 5T as the fastest charging smartphone in a clash between current flagship devices.
The fast charging feature of the iPhone X and iPhone 8, meanwhile, struggled to keep up with its Android counterparts, revealing yet another weakness for Apple's latest smartphones.
OnePlus 5T wins Fast-Charging Showdown
In the first round of the showdown, Tom's Guide tested the battery percentage that several flagship smartphones can gain after 30 minutes of using their respective fast-loading features. The devices were charged while they were on, but their screens went out.
The OnePlus 5T regained 59 percent of the load, followed by the LG V30 at 53 percent and the iPhone X at 50 percent. The first three were followed by the iPhone 8 with 49 percent, the iPhone 8 Plus with 47 percent, the Google Pixel 2 with 38 percent and the Galaxy Note 8 with 35 percent behind.
In the second round, the loading times lasted one full hour. The clbadification remains the same, with the OnePlus 5T still on the top with 93 percent, followed by the LG V30 with 86 percent and the iPhone X with 81 percent. Meanwhile, the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, Pixel 2 and Galaxy Note 8 recovered the charges of 80%, 79%, 75% and 74%, respectively.
The results reinforce the position of OnePlus 5T as the star killer, since its specifications and features match and sometimes exceed those of the most expensive flagship smartphones from other manufacturers.
iPhone X, iPhone 8 failed to load
From the initial results, it seems that the iPhone X and iPhone 8 actually worked well, beating Pixel 2 and Galaxy Note 8. However, while the Android smartphones were loaded using the accessories included with their boxes, Tom's Guide used the 29-watt wall adapter and a USB-C to Lightning cable for iPhones. These additional accessories cost an additional $ 68 on the price of the iPhone X and iPhone 8.
When Tom's Guide loaded the standard AC plug that came with the iPhones, the results were miserable. The iPhone 8 charged 30 percent in 30 minutes and 58 percent in an hour, while the iPhone 8 Plus charged 26 percent in 30 minutes and 55 percent in an hour. The iPhone X, which ranked third in the initial round of testing, had an even worse performance of 17 percent in 30 minutes and 37 percent in an hour.
At these fast charge rates, the iPhone models fell to the bottom of the Tom & # 39; s Guide's fast-charging standings, which add to the list of controversies, criticisms and problems for the iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.
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