In line with the company’s unorthodox tradition OnePlus left little to chance in the run-up to the upcoming release of its first mid-range smartphone since 2015 and gradually revealed everything from the … Existence of a new “affordable” product line under the unconventional name Nord and a number of important specifications and selling points.
This is unlikely to be the case with two freshly leaked renderings released by The unstoppable force is Evan Blass, also known as @evleaks, who details both the front and back of the 5G-capable OnePlus Nord with an undoubtedly high level of accuracy and credibility.
A total of six cameras
While this amazing detail for a budget-friendly phone with 5G connectivity has already been announced by Recently, it is still astonishing to visualize the presence of two forward-facing cameras on a double-hole stamp in the upper left corner of the apparently large display of the north, as well as four rear-facing shooters.
Right, the mid-end OnePlus Nord 5G has more cameras than the high-end OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro 5G, although of course that doesn’t necessarily mean that the cheaper device can actually produce sharper photos than its more expensive cousins.
Still, the company has repeatedly promised to deliver a first-class imaging experience on a tight budget. With a 48-megapixel primary snapper, an 8-megapixel wide-angle lens, a 5-megapixel macro sensor, and a 2-megapixel portrait camera on the back, it sounds like the OnePlus Nord 5G will be able to keep that promise. do not forget Optical image stabilization and the fascinating dual selfie shooter system are reportedly made up of 32 and 8 megapixel sensors.
Though not surprisingly similar to the OnePlus 8 series, the first member of the Nord family appears to be moving the rear camera module from the center to the left, with the LED flash pointing to the right. It’s not necessarily a good or bad move, it’s just something to distinguish the mid-ranger from the company’s latest flagship phones.
While we can’t be sure if we’re just looking at a leaked render (especially with a see-through case at the top), something tells us that the OnePlus Nord 5G will rock a plastic back cover at a cost compared to the glossy glass OP8 save and 8 pro.
A flat AMOLED display with wafer-thin bezels
We all know that flat screens don’t have to be ugly, and OnePlus wants to prove it by smoothly rounding off the north corners and maintaining the discreet forehead and chin of the company’s high-enders for 2020.
If we were to guess, we would say that the OnePlus Nord 5G is slightly larger than the 6.4-inch screen diagonal that has been rumored for a few months, while the company recently confirmed (based on a meme) that the mid-range device will do so Sport a high quality AMOLED panel. A uniform refresh rate of 90 Hz is also essentially carved in stone, which makes this quite possible the Beat phone at € 500.
In case you are wondering, the rest of the rumors are as impressive as those already confirmed, including Up to 12 GB of memory, at least 128 GB of internal storage space, a battery with a capacity of approx.4,300 mAh and support for fast charging as well as a fingerprint reader on the screen.