OnePlus Nord

There is no smartphone maker that focuses on flagship models only. Not that long ago, Apple has been known for its luxury phones that not only came with the best performance but also cost a fortune. And after the launch of the iPhone SE, it stopped being a ‘brand for the Ones’. Until this year, OnePlus has been the only smartphone maker launching only flagship models. But this title won’t belong to it anymore. The launch of the OnePlus Nord is not around the corner. And once it happens, you won’t be able to name even one brand that makes only high-end smartphones.

OnePlus Nord

The OnePlus Nord will make it way on July 21. And though there are still many days left before its official launch, we knew there will be leaks. Today, @evleaks released the rendering of the machine.

OnePlus Nord

The pictures show that the OnePlus Nord has four rear cameras, located in the upper left corner of the back. On the opposite side, we can find a double-punch full screen.

According to previous news and leaks, the OnePlus Nord will use a 6.56-inch Super AMOLED display with a screen refresh rate of 90Hz. By the way, this phone supports an under-screen fingerprint recognition module. Under the hood, we will find a built-in 4300mAh battery. Plus, there is a Snapdragon 765G processor, which is supplemented by a 6GB of memory and 128GB of storage space.

Apart from this, @TechUpdates7 provided information concerning the camera and other stuff. Say, its main camera will consist of 48MP + 8MP + 5MP + 2MP sensors’ combination. The front-facing camera will have two sensors of 32MP and 8MP resolutions. And this source proves the battery will be 4115mAh, which will also support 30W fast charging. By the way, there will be no headphone jack.

The price of this smartphone in India should be Rs 24,990 (about $333). But it has not been officially confirmed. OnePlus only said that the price of the phone will be less than $500.

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