With the Snapdragon 8+ and Dimensity 9000 processors now powering mid-range models, the 2,000 yuan price range competition has reached new heights. Among the contenders, the iQOO Neo 8 and OnePlus Ace 2V are formidable rivals. Despite the iQOO Neo8 being slightly more expensive by 200 yuan, its worth is unquestionable compared to its significant improvements in performance, camera capabilities, and charging speed.
Let’s delve into the differences between the iQOO Neo8 and OnePlus Ace2V:
Both phones utilize mobile phone SOCs, but the Snapdragon 8+ in the iQOO Neo 8 boasts better optimization than the Dimensity 9000 found in the OnePlus Ace2V. The Snapdragon 8+ excels in extreme performance power consumption, providing noticeable advantages.
Furthermore, the iQOO Neo8’s processor demonstrates better power efficiency and benefits from the game frame insertion effect brought by the V1+ chip, making it a superior performer in gaming scenarios.
Both the iQOO Neo 8 and OnePlus Ace 2V sport 1.5K direct screens, but the iQOO Neo8 takes the lead with its impressive 144Hz refresh rate, 2160Hz high-frequency PWM dimming, and 1200Hz instantaneous touch sampling rate. The OnePlus Ace2V, on the other hand, has a slight advantage in peak brightness but compensates with its sleek design and narrow bezels, resulting in a better front view.
The OnePlus Ace2V’s camera setup consists of a front-facing 16-megapixel selfie camera and a rear-mounted 64-megapixel primary camera accompanied by an 8-megapixel wide-angle lens and a 2-megapixel macro lens. While it suffices for daily photography needs, the camera experience is limited.
In contrast, the iQOO Neo8 excels in this department. Despite a lack of an ultra-wide-angle lens, its rear primary camera boasts a 50-megapixel lens with a Samsung GN5 sensor, enhanced by OIS optical image stabilization. The V1+ image chip brings substantial bonuses, supporting precise noise reduction, dynamic frame insertion in low light and dynamic environments, and real-time noise reduction in night scenes.
Both phones come with a sizable 5000mAh battery. The iQOO Neo 8 outperforms with its impressive 120W wired flash charging, while the OnePlus Ace2V supports 80W flash charging.
Both models include dual speakers, an X-axis linear motor, and NFC support. The OnePlus Ace2V stands out for its thinner, lighter build and superior texture.
Considering the differences and upgrades in performance, camera capabilities, and fast charging, the iQOO Neo 8 justifies the 200-yuan price difference over the OnePlus Ace2V. Its overall experience is far more valuable than the price increment, making the iQOO Neo8 the better choice between the two models.