Oneplus Released Two New Mid-To-Low-End Nord Phones

OnePlus today added two new models to its mid-range Nord series, the OnePlus N10 5G and N100.

Both are lower than the existing OnePlus Nord at £379/€399 in terms of specifications and price. The N10 5G price starts at 329 pounds in the UK and 349 Euros in Germany. It sports the Snapdragon 690 chip, while the N100 starts at 179 pounds and 199 euros in the same regions. And this version sports Snapdragon 460 chip.

OnePlus Nord N100

Unlike the original Nord smartphone, which was only released in parts of Europe and Asia, OnePlus said the N10 5G and N100 will be sold in the North American market. OnePlus has confirmed that the N100 will arrive in the UK on November 10th. Also, the N10 5G will arrive in the UK in late November.

OnePlus N10 5G

As the name suggests, the OnePlus Nord N10 5G is a 5G smartphone. This smartphone features a 6GB RAM and a 128GB body storage. In fact, its screen (6.49 inches) is slightly larger than the more expensive OnePlus Nord. In addition, they both support a 90Hz refresh rate. They all use a rear-mounted fingerprint recognition solution and support dual stereo speakers. Both of them has a battery capacity of 4300mAh. They support 30W Warp Charge. They run oxygen OS based on Android 10.

We learned that the OnePlus N10 5G uses a rear quad-camera module, including a 64MP main camera, a 119° ultra-wide-angle camera, and macro and monochrome cameras. The former is a 16 MP lens. In addition, the phone does not support 5G network. The rear lens includes a 13MP main camera and a pair of 2MP portrait and macro lens.

The OnePlus N100 is more like a low-end product. It has a 6.52-inch HD+ display and dual stereo speakers. The battery capacity is 5000mAh, and it supports 18W fast charging. RAM and ROM are reduced to 4GB and 4GB respectively.

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