OnePlus Nord

Today, a few China-based first-tier smartphone makers introduced their fast charging technologies. And it turns out the fastest charging smartphone currently available on the market will feel a dwarf itself. We mean, in a couple of months, the OPPO Find X2 will have nothing in common with the upcoming handset that support ultra-fast charging of 120W. Anyway, the smartphone market is not only thinking of the charging speed but it also has other headaches. Say, OnePlus is puzzling over how to capture more market share. And it has decided to bring a mid-range handset. But the much-rumored OnePlus Nord is not going to be a regular mid-ranger. It will have quite strong photography skills. Today, the manufacturer announced it will come with a 105-degree wide-angle selfie camera. Combined with previous reports, this wide-angle selfie camera should have an 8MP resolution.

OnePlus Nord

The news comes from Android Central. The source claims that the OnePlus Nord will sport two selfie cameras, consisting of an 8-megapixel wide-angle camera and a 32-megapixel main camera. The report mentions that OnePlus has also shown a dual-camera selfie shooter in a video about the OnePlus Nord previously posted on social media.

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, protagonist will use a 6.44-inch pixel 1080×2400 resolution of a 90Hz refresh rate AMOLED display. In addition, the camera uses a rear 48MP main sensor + 8MP ultra wide-angle lens + 5MP depth of field lens + 2MP macro lens camera module.

Last month, OnePlus CEO Liu Zuohu stated that the phone will be the first OnePlus phone with a price below $500 in a few years.

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