The Asus ZenFone 10 is the latest handset to join the ZenFone family, taking over from the last generation ZenFone 9.
It comes with Android 13 and the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset and has a starting price of £749.99 with 128GB of storage and 8GB of RAM.
We wanted to see how it stacked up against the OnePlus 11, a similarly priced contender for one of the best Android smartphones currently available. Keep reading to find out all the important differences between these phones so you can decide which one is the best option for you.
The OnePlus 11 has a dynamic refresh rate
OnePlus 11 has a 6.7-inch Super Fluid AMOLED display with 3216×1440 resolution and 120Hz dynamic refresh rate. A dynamic refresh rate allows the display to drop as low as 1Hz to save battery while looking smooth during more intensive tasks. It has support for both Dolby Vision HDR and HDR10+ and overall, we found the screen to be vibrant, crisp and perfect for watching media content.
The ZenFone 10 is a smaller device, with a 5.92-inch AMOLED 2400×1080 display and 144Hz refresh rate. However, since it doesn’t use LTPO 3.0 technology it can’t go as low as the OnePlus 11, instead rotating between 60Hz, 90Hz and 120Hz in everyday life. The high refresh rate also limited gaming, although we found games to be smooth and responsive.
ZenFone 10 does not support fast charging
One of the ZenFone 10’s biggest downsides is its slow charging speed, even though Asus chose to include wireless charging support, which was omitted from the ZenFone 9. It took our reviewer 1 hour and 20 minutes to reach the full battery, but it gets through each day with between 30%-40% battery left.
The OnePlus 11 is a juggernaut when it comes to fast charging. It has a 5000mAh battery and can easily last the whole day. One of its unique features is its support for Oppo’s SuperVOOC 100W fast charging, which was able to charge the phone up to 100% in just 27 minutes.
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The OnePlus 11 has more camera sensors
The OnePlus 11 has a wide selection of cameras, including a 50-megapixel main sensor, 48MP ultra-wide sensor and 32MP portrait tele lens. We found that the larger sensor captures more light than its predecessor, with low-light shots with plenty of detail. Camera tuning between these lenses is also impressive, with very little difference in overall quality and color profile, making all shots consistent.
The ZenFone 10 comes with a 50-megapixel main sensor as well as a 13MP ultra-wide angle lens. We found that the main sensor does not remove blur very well in all situations, but it is more than capable in the capture process which is very fast. It struggled in bright environments with vibrant colors, with less definition than we’d like.
ZenFone 10 has more colors
The OnePlus 11 is pretty lackluster in terms of personalization, coming in just two colors: Eternal Green and Titan Black. Both of these colors are muted and mature, but with little room for customization.
Asus decided to offer five colorways in total, giving the ZenFone 10 more personality. It is available in Midnight Black, Starry Blue, Aurora Green, Comet White and Eclipse Red. Our reviewer liked the Aurora Green colourway review unit, noting that the Eclipse Red configuration looks very attractive.
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