Not that long ago, we reported that OnePlus is working on a mid-range smartphone. Moreover, a new OnePlus handset with a model number OnePlus AC2003 appeared on GeekBench. And we have had all reasons to think this is the phone we are talking about. Interestingly, the same model number obtained the TUV Rheinland certification today. According to the information on the website, it will support 30W fast charging. Apart from this, we can see another model number – the OnePlus AC2001- on the BIS certification website. And it is thought to be the OnePlus Nord smartphone we have been talking about before. So it turns out there will be two new smartphones the OP Z and the OP Nord.

OnePlus Nord Features

The BIS certification document hints that the OnePlus Nord could soon be making its way to India. But there is no confidence in this.

OnePlus Nord

As for the second model, the TUV Rheinland certification image shows the OnePlus AC2003 smartphone will feature 5V/6A charging speed. It corresponds to the 30W fast charging. Other than the charging speed, the TUV certification does not reveal anything else about the purported OnePlus phone.

But we should recall the Geekbench screenshot, which showed that the phone will come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor. It will be paired with 12GB of RAM. The OnePlus Nord is expected to come with the latest Android 10 OS out of the box. By the way, it scored 612 and 1955 points in the single-core and multi-core tests, respectively.

Coming to the rest of the features, the OnePlus Nord should feature a 6.4-inch AMOLED panel with a 90Hz refresh rate. It will come with a hole-punch screen, which will host the selfie camera. On the back, the OnePlus Nord is likely to feature a triple-camera. And we guess it will sport a 4000mAh battery.

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Argam Artashyan

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