Smartphones released by Chinese manufacturers are becoming more prevalent than ever in recent years. After Huawei managed to dethrone the mighty Samsung from the first position of the world’s most successful vendors, it’s now time for other companies from China to show what they’re made of: Xiaomi, Honor, Oppo, Vivo, and more.
Another one of those Chinese companies that’s showing its muscles lately is OnePlus, and it’s preparing two monster devices: the Nord N10 5G and the Nord N100 models.
Launch date: October 26
According to @OnLeaks, a reliable leakster, we’re expecting an official announcement from OnePlus in two weeks: at 12 pm GMT on October 26. This claim confirms the recently leaked clues from OnePlus for social media, revealing that something big is on its way. While we don’t know for sure that it’s about the two models OnePlus Nord N10 5G and OnePlus Nord N100, it’s currently our best bet.
OnePlus Nord rocks
The standard OnePlus Nord model is an already impressive gadget, and any successor of it can only be significantly better. Released back in August, OnePlus Nord impressed the world for its 6 to 12GB of RAM, the 48MP camera setup mounted on the rear, the 6.44-inches Fluid AMOLED display, and a lot more.
OnePlus Nord also came with Android 10 out of the box, and a battery capacity that exceeds the standards for nowadays’ phones: 4115mAh. The front camera of the phone shouldn’t also be overlooked, as it’s a dual snapper capable of 32MP for the main lens and 8MP for the other module.
Since the standard OnePlus Nord smartphone costs only $377.99, we can’t expect for either the Nord N10 5G or the Nord N100 smartphones to be anywhere cheaper than that.