Comparing the prices of the OnePlus Ace 2 and Redmi K50 Ultra with the same storage version, there isn’t much of a difference between the two. However, at this stage, I believe that the Redmi K50 Ultra’s price is still almost meaningless when compared to the product power of the OnePlus Ace 2! Regarding configuration, the two models have played back and forth, particularly in terms of hardware.
Both models come with the full-blooded version of the Snapdragon 8+ processor, although the tuning of the Redmi K50 Ultra is more radical than their previous products. In contrast, the OnePlus Ace2 has relatively strong game attributes. It has a super image quality engine, rendering chip, frame stabilization engine, game cloud private network, and other configurations, along with deep optimization combined with Yuanshen, making it the most suitable model for Yuanshen players at the same price.
Moreover, the OnePlus Ace 2 supports the latest LPDDR5X, making it faster. Therefore, in terms of gaming experience, the performance of the OnePlus Ace 2 will be slightly better. The Redmi K50 Ultra and OnePlus Ace2 have domestic 1.5k screens. The Redmi K50 Ultra supports 12-bit, 1920Hz high-frequency PWM dimming, while the OnePlus Ace2 has 1.07 billion colors and 1440Hz high-frequency dimming. The difference between the two is insignificant, but the parameters are inferior.
Furthermore, the OnePlus Ace 2 is designed with a curved screen, making it costlier but has a better look and feel. The main difference between the two models lies in the front and rear cameras. The Redmi K50 Ultra has a 20-megapixel front camera and a 100-megapixel primary camera of the Samsung HM6 at the rear, while the OnePlus Ace2 has a 16-megapixel front camera and a 50-megapixel primary camera with a Sony IMX890 sensor at the end.
While the Redmi K50 Ultra’s pixels are relatively high, the billion-level imaging is a gimmick. However, with the Xiaomi imaging algorithm, the imaging performance is still good. On the other hand, the rear primary camera of the OnePlus Ace2 is more prominent in size, and the amount of light input is more sufficient, resulting in superior imaging performance, particularly in low-light scenes with apparent advantages.
Both models have a 5000mAh battery, and their battery life is quite good. The OnePlus Ace 2 supports 100W flash charging, while the Redmi K50 Ultra supports 120W flash charging, making blood recovery faster.
In conclusion, the main advantage of the Redmi K50 Ultra lies in the screen and fast charging. At the same time, the OnePlus Ace 2 has a more robust performance and camera performance, making the overall strength more balanced. Thus, I recommend the OnePlus Ace 2 over the Redmi K50 Ultra, particularly in terms of feel. Besides, the overall transition of the middle frame of the OnePlus Ace2 is relatively natural, making it a more appealing option for those who prioritize the device’s look and feel.
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