OnePlus confirms its upcoming cheaper phones will be called Nord

OnePlus has introduced a brand new product line of cheaper phones called OnePlus Nord, with the purpose of constructing the “premium OnePlus experience accessible to more users.”

“We are immensely proud of our flagship products and will continue to create more tech-leading flagships for our users. Now we are excited to share the OnePlus experience with even more users around the world through this new product line,” commented OnePlus CEO Pete Lau within the announcement.

OnePlus initially started by promoting cheaper gadgets (the original OnePlus One started at just $299), however it’s turn into finest identified for its premium smartphones over the previous few years (like the present OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro). Those fashions have tried to problem phones from extra entrenched manufacturers like Samsung or LG by providing comparable high-end options and designs at decrease costs than most flagships. But even the most affordable OnePlus gadgets proper now begin at $699. The new Nord line will look to alleviate that challenge by providing cheaper phones than the corporate’s present choices.

OnePlus hasn’t provided too many particulars on what the primary OnePlus Nord cellphone will appear like, however it has stated that it’ll launch in Europe and India. North American prospects within the OnePlus Nord line will have an opportunity via “a highly limited beta program” set for after the primary launch internationally.

Earlier leaks indicate that the primary OnePlus Nord cellphone (which, at one level, was rumored to be called the OnePlus Z or the OnePlus 8 Lite) will characteristic a Snapdragon 765G processor, a 6.55-inch 90Hz OLED show, 6GB of RAM, and 128GB of inner storage. The cellphone can also be anticipated to supply a 48-megapixel fundamental digicam in addition to a 16-megapixel wide-angle lens.

OnePlus is predicted to announce extra particulars concerning the first OnePlus Nord cellphone at a July 10th launch occasion in India.

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