Yesterday, OnePlus surprised us a little by introducing its unreleased OnePlus Nord N200 smartphone. Now the company continues the surprises and gives us an official look at yet another unreleased phone.
This time we get a look at the OnePlus Nord CE (which stands for “Core Edition”) TechRadar. As the name suggests, the design of this phone is closely tied to the main OnePlus Nord phone from last year. However, it won’t be that powerful and less costly.
Check out the phone’s official picture below.
Official picture of OnePlus Nord CE
The picture above shows the Nord CE in a color called “Blue Void”. OnePlus was mom about details around the three-lens camera (which is one less than the main north). However, it is very likely that one will be a main sensor, another an ultra-wide sensor, and the third a depth sensor.
OnePlus has confirmed that the phone will feature Warp Charge 30T technology, which is an updated version of Warp Charge 30. The company hasn’t revealed what makes this better than the regular Warp Charge 30, but it’s still likely delivering 30W of charge speeds. The phone will also offer a refresh rate of 90 Hz and 5G connectivity.
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Other rumors for the phone include a 6.43-inch AMOLED display, an in-display fingerprint reader, a 3.5mm headphone jack, a Snapdragon 750G chipset, and two RAM / storage options: 6GB / 64GB and 8 GB / 128 GB. OnePlus has neither confirmed nor denied these specifications TechRadar.
However, the company subtly hinted that the OnePlus Nord CE won’t be coming to the US. It confirmed that the phone is coming to Europe and India. If you leave out the US, it likely means it doesn’t come here. For what it’s worth, the Main Nord doesn’t have either, so that makes a lot of sense.
OnePlus will fully reveal the phone on June 10th.