To tell which one is superior to the other, that is why.
Especially with the price tags these mobile devices come with, understanding what you’re getting from each phone helps with any lingering feelings of buyer’s remorse that could spring up after cash has changed hands. I have to say that at first glance both phones looked so much alike that I needed to take a second look to separate the flash from the substance. In the end, the phones were set apart by their feel and performance.
In this comparison, several parameters were used.
First off both phones come with 8GB RAM. So it should be safe to expect that neither would lag at any point in time.
That being said, there was a noticeable lag on the Oppo Reno2 F when some of its apps were being updated as it was being charged. The Oppo Reno2, on the other hand, did not show any troubles multitasking.
They both come with Octa-Core processors. I decided to test them to know which was…