The OnePlus Nord 2 and the POCO F3 GT both launched last week, and for a lot of folks who plan to pick up a premium mid-range smartphone, both devices will definitely be on their shortlist.
The two phones offer a lot at a reasonable price such as AMOLED displays, high refresh rates, powerful processors, and super fast charging. However, there are significant differences that will sway buyers to one side or serve as dealbreakers. For this week’s poll, we want to know which of these two devices you prefer.
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