OnePlus and Xiaomi right now enjoy a pretty good share of the Indian market. This year, both the brands launched a bezel-less smartphone each to keep with the industry trend. For Xiaomi, there’s the Mi Mix 2, which is the bezel-less successor to the Mi Mix. For OnePlus, there the new OnePlus 5T. Both flagships are also offer much of the same hardware, but e-commerce giant Flipkart feels there is one clear winner – Mi Mix 2.Continuing its war against Amazon India, Flipkart is slashing the price of the Mi Mix 2 from Rs 35,999 to Rs 32,999 between December 15 to December 17. This will put the Mi Mix 2 squarely against the OnePlus 5T, which is also priced at RS 32,999 and is an Amazon exclusive product. Flipkart in its promo claims that the Mi Mix 2 at this price point is a better option than the OnePlus 5T, clearly to steer consumers towards its own marketplace. Keeping the e-commerce war aside, from a purely consumer perspective, we feel that the Mi Mix 2 does not trump the OnePlus 5T as clearly as Flipkart would have you believe and here’s why.– Let’s talk about the displays first as they’re the biggest highlights of the Mi Mix 2 and OnePlus 5T. Xiaomi’s bezel-less smartphones features a 5.99-inch Full HD+ (2160×1080) LCD display with a pixel density of 403ppi. In our review, we found that while the Mi Mix 2 does look great with an edge-to-edge design, its display is not all that breathtaking. While the colours are spot on, an OLED display would have given it a pop. The OnePlus 5T, on the other hand, sports a 6.01-inch Full HD+ AMOLED panel, which we found was bright and vibrant. The colours really pop on the screen and looks stellar edge-to-edge.advertisement– Next up is the software, where the OnePlus 5T once again comes out on top for the sheer reason that it sports an almost pure Android Nougat experience with Oxygen OS 4 on top. In our time with the device, we found the software to be clean and snappy. The Mi Mix 2 runs Android Nougat-based MIUI 8 out-of-the-box. Xiaomi’s custom ROM is known to come with a lot heavy skinning and so is the case with the Mix 2. You won’t find a pure Android experience here, which will put you unless you’re a MIUI fan. In fact, the software felt dated as well in our review as it didn’t feature split-screen multitasking out-of-the-box, which happens to be one of the highlights of Android Nougat.– The OnePlus 5T changed things a bit by ditching the telephoto lens for a 20-megapixel secondary sensor with an aperture of f/1.7 and keeping the same 16-megapixel primary sensor with f/1.7 aperture for better low-light images. Despite this change, the OnePlus 5T outperforms the Mi Mix 2 in the camera department in both low light and outdoor situations. The Mi Mix 2 sport a 12-megapixel Sony IMX 382 sensor on the back, which does take good outdoor images but offers blurry and noisy images in low-light.Also Read: OnePlus 5T vs Xiaomi Mi Mix 2: Battle for bezel-less supremacy– The Mi Mix 2 does come with a slightly larger battery capacity of 3400mAh compared to the 3300mAh inside the OnePlus 5T. Despite the marginal difference, we felt that both the handsets provided roughly about the same full day battery life. While both also offer fast charging, the OnePlus 5T most recently found to be the fastest charging smartphone thanks to its Dash Charge support, beating the likes of the LG V30 and iPhone X.– Apart from the storage difference, where the Mi Mix 2 does provide more compared to the OnePlus 5T, both the devices sport Snapdragon 835 SoC, Adreno 540 GU and 6GB of RAM. All of the above essentially tells us that calling the Mi Mix 2 better than OnePlus 5T is a bit of a stretch. There are a good number of reasons why the OnePlus 5T outperforms the Mi Mix 2, which is why Flipkart’s promo isn’t as black and white as it seems. Of course, its up to the consumers to ultimately choose which of the two seems like a better fit. Note that the Rs 32,999 pricing of the Mi Mix 2 is a limited time thing starting from December 15 to December.