OnePlus Nord


The OnePlus Nord represents an emphatic return to the combination of style, features and affordability that made the brand stand out. When it arrived on the smartphone scene in 2014 with the OnePlus One

It offers an almost-flagship experience – as our OnePlus Nord review will go on to detail. At a comfortably lower price tag than the OnePlus 8 series, blending premium design. Slick performance and great cameras for a heady mix of smartphone satisfaction.

This isn’t the newest OnePlus phone, and it even has a few follow-ups. There’s the Nord N10 5G, a cheaper version of the Nord, and the N100, a really low-cost iteration of the same idea. There’s also the Nord CE and Nord 2, two 2021 smartphones that succeed the original device. 

The OnePlus Nord price starts at £379 / €399 (around $480, AU$680), a competitive price point which undercuts rival phones from Apple, Google and Samsung.

That’s for the 8GB of RAM / 128GB storage model, with the 12GB / 256GB OnePlus Nord price coming it at a still-affordable £469 / €499 (around $590, AU$850).

Those prices mean the OnePlus Nord is cheaper than the new iPhone SE (2020)Samsung Galaxy A51 5G, Mi Note 10, LG Velvet and Motorola Edge. 


Weight: 184g
Dimensions: 158.3 x 73.3 x 8.2mm
Display size: 6.44-inch
Resolution: FHD+ (2400×1080)
Refresh rate: 90Hz
Pixel density: 408ppi
Chipset: Snapdragon 765G
RAM: 6GB / 8GB / 12GB
Storage: 64GB / 128GB / 256GB
Rear cameras: 48MP + 8MP + 2MP + 5MP
Front camera: 32MP + 8MP
Battery: 4,115mAh 

The Realme X50 5G and Mi Note 10 Lite are cheaper than the Nord, and both those phones come with the same Snapdragon 765G chip, but make a few small compromises in other areas to achieve their lower prices.

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