If you follow the news on Hugtechs, you are supposed to know that OnePlus is now positioned in the entry-level and mid-range segments. The manufacturer took its first steps with its OnePlus Nord before unveiling two other smartphones: the N100 and the N10. The latter has not yet been launched as it is already 43 dollars cheaper.
In Short :
The power of the Snapdragon 690 5G.
6.49-inch 90Hz IPS LCD display.
Compatibility with Warp Charge 30 W.
The OnePlus Nord N10 uses the same design as the brand’s first mid-range smartphone. Unsurprisingly, we then find this borderless look with a screen punched at the top left. The bottom border, or chin, however, seems much more pronounced in this case.
There are however differences with the first Nord of the name, starting with the panel which is IPS LCD and not AMOLED, still offering a refresh rate of 90 Hz. The fingerprint sensor is not either. housed under the screen, but on the back of the phone. The screen diagonal is 6.49 inches.
On the back side, OnePlus abandons a rectilinear alignment and offers a square-shaped photo module with 4 sensors for its Nord N10. It consists of a 64-megapixel main sensor (f/1.79), an 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle (f/2.25, 119 °) as well as a macro module, and a 2-megapixel monochrome sensor. On paper, this promises great versatility.
On the performance side, the OnePlus smartphone is powered by a Snapdragon 690, Qualcomm’s new mid-range chip, with 6 GB of RAM. This configuration promises to be more efficient than a device equipped with a Snapdragon 732G while providing compatibility with the 5G network. The autonomy finally promises to be comfortable with a battery of 4300 mAh, especially since the 30 W Warp Charge system is used to quickly recover percentages.