Known for the first time during the first months of this 2020 marked by the global pandemic, it seems that OnePlus has managed to maintain a good channel for the development and launch of its next OnePlus Nord smartphone. And it is that although from a very early age we have known practically all the characteristics of this mid-range terminal, it seems that the Chinese company is still keeping some surprises.
OnePlus Nord Specifications:
- Operating system: Android 10
- screen: 6.55-inch AMOLED with 90Hz refresh rate and FHD + resolution
- Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G
- Memory: 6 GB of RAM
- Storage: 128 GB
- Rear camera: Triple setup with 48MP main sensor, 16GB wide-angle and 2MP macro
- Frontal camera: Simple 16 MP setup
- Battery: 4,300 mAh with 30-watt fast charge
- Others: 5G, on-screen fingerprint sensor, USB Type-C
However, the latest news comes through a post by the company itself on Instagram, where it has revealed that the OnePlus Nord will greater use of Google applications and services, with pre-installed applications such as RCS messages, integration with Google Duo video calls and chats, or the basic calls application, with which they would replace the brand’s personalized applications present on their previous phones.
With a release date yet to be confirmed, those that we already know are that OnePlus Nord will be presented tomorrow July 21 at 16:00 (Spanish peninsula time) in a special event: the first online presentation of a smartphone made through augmented reality.
In addition to the normal broadcast, which can be followed on the new OnePlus Nord website, the company has created a different experience so that people can “get their hands on” the new terminal before its actual arrival on the market, with a application already available in Google Play Store and App Store, and with which we can interact during the event.
However, since its first appearance as OnePlus Z, the large number of details and rumors about this smartphone led to the advance an availability date within this July, which with just two weeks left augurs an imminent launch. Of course, geographically limited. And what OnePlus has already confirmed is that it will introduce this new OnePlus Nord range gradually, first in Europe and India, and later for other markets such as America.
Thus, the same secrecy remains for its price, which although it points to a new mid-range standard, with some more notable specifications such as its 90Hz screen or compatibility with 5G networks, it is estimated should not exceed 600 euros.