OnePlus 3T made quite a sensation after its launch as an upgraded version of OnePlus 3. With its specifications directly competing to that of the flagship models of multiple companies; and with a price tag valued at half the cost of those flagships, the OnePlus 3T quickly gained huge popularity. OnePlus 3 was already popular, and an upgraded version was the cherry on the cake.

The phone has everything the flagships have, a superfast processor, huge RAM, large internal memory, amazing camera, and a very largely sought after feature – the dash charging. Known by different names such as fast charging, turbo charge, etc., with every company giving its technique is an own name, the essence remains the same – to be able to provide as much charging in as less time as possible.

We have gathered information about the technology incorporated in flagship phones of many companies. We are bringing you the comparison of the OnePlus 3T with some of them. Which one is the best, that is for you to decide:

OnePlus 3T

OnePlus 3T claims its dash charging technology can provide you with a day’s charge with just 30 minutes of socket charging. With a battery capacity of 3400 mAh, OnePlus says it can charge the phone from 0% to 63%, allowing to you use your phone for an entire day.

Battery Capacity: 3400mAh

Charging Time (0%-100%):  100 min (1.4 hours) Approximate

Charging Time (0%-60%): 30 min Approximate

Rate of Charge (Current Drawn): 2.04 Amperes

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge

Samsung is ruling the market with its flagship technology, and world’s best specifications. The S7 edge is famous for its screen, camera, battery; everything in the phone is crafted to finesse – including the fast charging feature. Samsung’s laboratory tests claimed the phone was able to charge fully within 100 minutes.

Battery Capacity: 3600mAh

Charging Time (0%-100%):  100 min (1.4 hours) Approximate

Rate Of Charge (Current Drawn): 2.16 Amperes

Apple iPhone 7

Apple Inc. provides smaller batteries in its phones. Because they use, a different OS and also incorporate lower specs, they don’t need to put in very large batteries.

Battery Capacity: 1960 mAh

Charging time (0-80%): 60 Min Approximate

Charging Time (0%-100%): 85 min Approximate

Rate Of Charge (Current Drawn): 1.38 Amperes

Xiaomi Mi 5S Plus

Xiaomi did not launch the Mi 5S Plus all over the world. However, the Mi 5S Plus remains the flagship phone model of the company anyway. The phone has a Snapdragon 820 SoC chipset that supports quick charge 3.0. Xiaomi claims the phone to be charged upto 80% from 0 within 30 minutes.

Battery Capacity: 3800mAh

Charging time (0-60%): 50 Min Approximate

Rate Of Charge (Current Drawn): 1.84 Amperes

LG V20

The LG V20 is a great smartphone with great features. It has a removable battery of 3200 mAh capacity, supports Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 3.0 technology. Our users suggested that the phone took 30 minutes to charge from 15 to 65 percent, during regular phone usage. Our test results saw it required 80 minutes to go from zero to a full charge.

Battery Capacity: 3200mAh

Charging Time (15%-65%): 30 min Approximate

Charging Time (0%-100%): 80 min approximate

Rate of Charge (Current Drawn): 2.4 Amperes

Huawei P9  

The latest entrant in the flagship club, the Huawei P9 is a smartphone some really impressive specifications. The phone has a battery of capacity 3,000 mAh. The phone took an hour to charge from 0% to 75% during our testing and took a total time of 105 mins to get to a full charge.  This was slower than many but impressive nonetheless.

Battery Capacity: 3000mAh

Charging Time (0%-75%): 60 min Approximate

Charging Time (0%-100%): 105 min Approximate

Rate of Charge (Current Drawn): 1.7 Amperes

Google Pixel XL

The Google phone seems to perform well with the specifications it has been given. The Pixel XL has a 3450mAH battery and supports Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 3.0 technology. Our users’ test reviews showed the phone took 90 minutes to charge fully from 0% to 100%. Google had claimed that 15 minutes of charging could give you upto 7 hours of talk time.

Battery Capacity: 3450 mAh

Charging Time (0%-100%): 90 min Approximate

Rate of Charge (Current Drawn): 2.3 Amperes

This should help you compare the fast charging feature incorporated by all the companies. While everybody makes claims of super fast charging, actual test results vary from person to person, and battery life totally depends on your usage of the phone throughout the day. All the above stats were found out via testing on real phones either by actual users or were tested by our experts.