OnePlus has finally unveiled Nord N10 5G and Nord N100, the two next budget phones. These two handsets join the Nord lineup, where it started with a standard Nord launched for global markets in July this year. The new handsets mark OnePlus’s firm stance in the mid-range segment.
OnePlus Nord N10 5G and Nord N100 Launched
OnePlus has long been making the budget premiums and successfully took over most of the fans from Samsung, Apple, and Huawei. With that success, the company has ventured into smart TVs and now, into the mid-range smartphone segment. It named this class as the Nord and launched a phone already in July this year.
|Specification||OnePlus Nord N10 5G||OnePlus Nord N100|
|Display||6.49-inch with 90Hz refresh rate||6.52-inch|
|SoC||Snapdragon 690||Snapdragon 460|
|RAM & Storage||
|Battery & Charging||
|Software||Oxygen OS 10.5||Oxygen OS 10.5|
|Other Features||Rear fingerprint sensor||Rear fingerprint sensor|
And now, it has bought two more handsets to the Nord lineup. Starting with the Nord N10 5G, it sports a 6.49″ FHD+ display with a 90Hz refresh rate.
With 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, it has a quad-rear camera set up with the 64-megapixel lens as the primary sensor. With a 4300mAh battery with Warp Charge 30T fast charging, it runs on Android 11 based OxygenOS 10.5.
While it’s got basic connectivities and comes in Midnight Ice in color, it runs on Snapdragon’s 690 SoC, the cheapest 5G chipset from Qualcomm. Finally, it’s priced at £329 for the European market, with US pricing revealing later.
On the other hand, the Nord N100 has the same software but comes with a 6.52″ display, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of ROM. With triple rear cameras, it runs on Snapdragon 460 SoC and a 5000mAh battery with 18W fast charging support. Since it lacks 5G support and has basic features, it turns to be the most affordable handset from OnePlus, priced at £179.
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