OnePlus revealed yesterday that the name of its next smartphone will be “OnePlus Nord”. A name a little different from what we are used to, however, a terminal that is also different.
This will not be a top of the range. Instead, a well-equipped phone at an attractive price. The good news is that Portugal will officially receive the Device and that you can now “order” it.
OnePlus Nord’s pre-sale process is strange
The word “ordering” is in quotes because the pre-sale process is a little strange. First you have to be on the website for OnePlus Nord in time and hours.
Then, when you click the book button (something we tried to do and 1 second later it was no longer possible) you will not order the terminal per
The order has the value of 20 € and will be credited to your OnePlus account as soon as OnePlus Nord is available. With these 20 € you will be entitled to OnePlus merchandising while waiting for the terminal to be ready for the final order.
A “blind” purchase
This pre-order is strange because OnePlus has yet to officially reveal anything about the new smartphone. All that we have an idea that we know about the smartphone is leaks and leaks.
Although, in most cases, these leaks are correct, it is not always the case. That is, it is also possible that you are spending 20 € on something you don’t like.
Specifications to be expected from OnePlus Nord
- 6.5 “inch screen with hole for front camera
- OLED screen
- Biometric sensor on the screen
- Glass construction
- Qualcomm Snapdragon processor 765 G
- 5G technology
- 3 or 4 rear camera configuration
- Fast loading of 30 W
Rumors have spoken in these specifications. As for values there is also no concrete information, however, it does note that the terminal will have a price between 400 € and 500 €. The next pre-order is on July 8th, so if this is your next smartphone, try to get to your official website in time.
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