It’s hard to argue that, despite becoming a considerably smaller player, OnePlus offers risen to the top ranks of Android phone manufacturers, at least in recognition even though not in sales numbers. Its key value of price, however , offers started to slip as features and costs go up. The company’s answer is the new Nord line of mid-range phones and it will finally bring not one but two such cell phones to the US market later this month, at least according to One reputable source.
When OnePlus said it was going back to launching affordable phones, it didn’t imply it was making its premium line more affordable exactly like in the OnePlus 1 days. There’s no turning back the clock but it did offer an alternative in the 1st OnePlus Nord. That phone, however, has been only the 1st in a new line and it’s visiting the US in two different forms.
There’s the OnePlus Nord N10 5G an affordable cell phone whose price will be made possible from the new 5G-capable Snapdragon 460. How affordable, you ask? rumors put it in under $400, which is plenty inexpensive for a 5G phone with the 6.5-inch FHD+ screen and 6GB of RAM.
Should you be on an even tighter budget, the rumored OnePlus Nord N100 might be the deal but the Snapdragon 460 and 4GB of RAM could feel somewhat suffocating for some mobile users. Then again, the rumored sub-$200 price just about pits it against entry-level Google android phones, in which case it already sounds like a champ in evaluation.
According to Steve Hemmerstoffer, more popular by his @OnLeaks handle, OnePlus will be announcing these two phones on October 26. That will gives the OnePlus 8T enough time to savor the attention when it commences on October 14 before its mid-range siblings try to steal the limelight. Source : SlashGear