Samsung Galaxy Oxygen Pro Max vs HTC R: 12GB RAM, triple 48MP cameras!
Are you ready for the fight between two beasts, Samsung Galaxy Oxygen Pro Max vs HTC R, coming with 12GB RAM, triple 48MP cameras and more? Let’s read on to find out the winner!
Samsung Galaxy Oxygen Pro Max vs HTC R specs
As we learned, the premium member of Samsung’s Galaxy Oxygen series is named as Galaxy Oxygen Pro Max with the hidden QWERTY keyboard. Besides that, HTC R is the big release from the HTC company. In details, Samsung Galaxy Oxygen Pro Max specs include a 6.43-inch screen with 2560 x 1440 pixels. Whereas, HTC R specs come with a 6-inch IPS LCD with 1080 x 2048 pixels. The Samsung flagship is ahead.
Under the hood, the Samsung phone works on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 core, while HTC R runs on Qualcomm Snapdragon 845. As for the storage, the Samsung phone packs massive 12GB RAM and 256GB ROM. Otherwise, the HTC phone goes with 10GB RAM and 512GB ROM. Since both handsets are upgradeable up to 512GB, the Samsung beast gains our vote thanks to the stronger hardware system.
How about the photography system? As we learned, Samsung Galaxy Oxygen Pro Max camera system includes a triple 48MP+13MP+2MP rear snapper and another 24MP selfie lens. Furthermore, HTC R camera features a 42MP Carl Zeiss camera on the back, alongside a 12MP selfie lens. Therefore, the Samsung handset is dominating the battle today with the powerful optics system. Furthermore, the Samsung handset rocks a 7,000mAh battery, while HTC R carries a smaller 3500mAh battery capacity. Also, the Samsung phone runs on Android Pie, and HTC R comes running on Android 8.1 Oreo.
Samsung Galaxy Oxygen Pro Max vs HTC R release date and price
Perhaps, the Korean manufacturer can unveil more details about this Samsung flagship in the third quarter of this year. On the other hand, HTC R is coming at the end of this year. Regarding the cost, Samsung Galaxy Oxygen Pro Max price should start at least $900. Besides, HTC R price starts around $1, 200 ~ Rs. 76, 504. In this case, we recommend the Samsung beast for the lower tag, but stronger hardware and optics. Do you agree?