OnePlus Nord N20 official render and key specs out now
We have been waiting for OnePlus Nord N20 to arrive for months now. Although the wait appeared to be prolonged, OnePlus sent PCMag official renders for the upcoming Nord N20, and truth be told, the renders will take away the anxiety you might have waiting for the device for a long time.
OnePlus Nord N20 official render is out
OnePlus sent out an official render of the OnePlus Nord N20 in its whole glory disclosing all the designs that OnePlus has opted for the mid-range. Available exclusively in North America, the Nord N20 brings onboard a rather polished and matte-looking back panel with a tiny glossy (or glass) section at the bottom. The front looks slick with a super tiny punch-hole cut-out and with reduced bezels.
The phone will be marketed heavily towards the North American markets as said. It will bring in vivid color, better contrast, and a wide color gamut while making the device available in an affordable price range.
The Chinese OEM revealed a few key specs as well. It includes a 60Hz AMOLED panel with a 6.43” screen size and FHD+ resolution. Note that there could be a debate between the 60Hz and 90Hz refresh rate that the phone will come up with at this moment. OnePlus COO Kinder Liu pointed out these specifications so it has to hold some credibility compared to what leakers would come up with.
Moreover, the device will feature an under-the-display fingerprint scanner and a SuperVOOC fast charging tech from Oppo apart from the other specs.
OnePlus Nord N-series has made quite a headline in the NA markets. Last year, OnePlus sold more than 2.5 million units of N10 and N100 units in the country. With the onset of the OnePlus Nord N20, the number is likely to skyrocket as well.
OnePlus Nord N20 Expected Specifications
The OnePlus Nord N20 is speculated to pack in a Snapdragon 695 SoC. It will pack in a 48MP primary and an 8MP ultrawide snapper. There’s 128GB of storage and 6GB RAM on the base trim while there will be higher trim as well unless OnePlus chooses to go through with a single one. The device is estimated to arrive in the US as early as before the end of this year.
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