OnePlus is back to providing huge value at a little cost with the launch of its OnePlus Nord smartphone. The mid-range device features a 90Hz AMOLED display, a 48MP camera and a 30T Warp Charge. It is powered by a Snapdragon 765G chipset and it supports Sub-6GHz 5G network.
The device ships Android 10 out of the box. It has a 6.44-inch AMOLED display which is covered by a Gorilla Glass 5. It has an FHD+ resolution and supports 90Hz refresh rate. The screen supports sRGB and P3 colour mode but there is no HDR support. It comes with an in-display fingerprint scanner and a Face ID unlock.
In terms of camera, there is a pill-shaped notch at the front which houses a dual selfie camera for the first time on any OnePlus device. It comes with a 32MP shooter and an 8MP ultrawide angle camera with a 105° lens. At the back is a quad camera setup featuring a 48MP f/1.75 aperture with OIS and EIS, an 8MP ultrawide angle 119° lens, a 2MP macro lens and a 5MP depth sensor.
For battery, it comes with a 4,115mAh battery capacity which comes with a Warp charge 30T charger. There is no 3.5mm audio jack but the USB-C port can be used to connect wired headphones.
OnePlus Nord is available in Blue Marble and matte Gray Onyx colour options. The device will first be available in Asia and Europe. It will be available in two storage variants – 8GB/128GB and a 12GB/256GB.
The base model will cost €400 in mainland Europe and £380 in the UK. It will be cheaper in India at a cost of INR 28,000. The 12GB/256GB variant will cost €500 in mainland Europe and £470 in the UK. It will be cheaper in India at a cost of INR 30,000.