OnePlus Nord

Earlier today, an OnePlus forum member posted a new thread, revealing the specifications of the highly anticipated OnePlus Nord camera module.

According to the company’s official forum post, the rear of the OnePlus Nord will use a quad-camera combination. The executive said: ‘After several months of product planning, internal discussions, and testing, we decided that the Nord should have six cameras – four at the rear and two at the front.’ Obviously, the company has added additional sensors.

OnePlus Nord

The main camera uses the 48-megapixel Sony IMX586 CMOS. But there are other lenses as well: an 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens, a 5-megapixel depth sensor, and a macro lens. The main lens has a large f/1.75 aperture as well as an optical image stabilization function (OIS). In addition, the company promised to make various fine-tuning through the software to enhance the overall experience and effect in the photography process.

In term of the selfie shooter, there are two lenses. The main sensor has a 32MP resolution. And it is supplemented with an additional ultra-wide-angle lens. The front wide-angle lens has a 105° field of view. This should help to shoot more people at once. OnePlus also claimed that the new selfie camera will have ‘an algorithm that automatically uses AI and long-exposure technology to increase brightness and reduce noise in low light.’


As for the configuration, the OnePlus Nord will feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G chip. The memory will have two variants of 8GB and 12GB. Plus, there will be two storage variants you can choose from, 128/256GB. On the front, the OnePlus Nordprotagonist will use a 6.44-inch pixel 1080×2400 resolution of a 90Hz refresh rate AMOLED display.

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