OnePlus Nord N10

After making its mark in the mid-range segment lately with the Nord series, OnePlus is now reportedly working on a new addition called OnePlus Nord N1. This new handset may have a mediocre processor, still have 5G, high-end cameras, and priced under $400. This may not launch with the OnePlus 9 series, but individually later.

OnePlus Nord N1 will be the Nord N10 successor

Launching its first-ever smartphone, OnePlus has blown everyone’s mind by offering high-end specifications at an affordable price. While there are many other Chinese OEMs that do the same, not all offer the premium experience as OnePlus did, and doing. And after shaking the premium community, it has stepped into the mid-range segment with a fair impact.

OnePlus has launched Nord N10, and N100 last year offering a typical premium experience to average users. While the regular Nord is a hit, N100 is resulted as fair and N10 is not up to the mark. Though it offered a 64-megapixel rear lens, average battery with fast charging, Snapdragon 690 SoC, and latest OS, it has many performance issues that dissatisfied the community.

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Now, addressing all of them, OnePlus may launch its successor, Nord N1 later this year. This was tipped by Max Jambor, a reliable tipster claiming this is in the works. Though there were no leaks regarding the specifications, we expect the new handset to feature similar capabilities as the other Nord phones, and be priced under $400.

All it needs to do is correcting the bugs and make the usage of all resources in line to better the experience, which the N10 handset failed to deliver. It may possess a new Snapdragon chipset that may release in the next quarter, have a neat camera and battery along with an AMOLED display with a good refresh rate.

Besides all these, what makes OnePlus liked by users is the software part, which is updated regularly. This handset may launch in the next quarter of this year, and not with the OnePlus 9 series happening next month.


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