OnePlus CEO, Pete Lau surprised many people around the world after coming out as a tipster for his company phone. In most cases, we see leakers come with surprises like this before the original release, but this time it was the company’s CEO.
In an exclusive sitdown with PCMag, Pete revealed the upcoming phone in OnePlus‘s budget Nord range; the OnePlus Nord N200. It is the predecessor of the Nord 100 which was the company’s cheapest smartphone.
So, what are some new updates the N200 gets from the previous sibling? Let us get into it.
New In Nord N200
Straight off the bat, the CEO did not hesitate to point out that the N200 was a budget smartphone. Having said that, fans should not turn off quickly as the phone has added two new features that were lacking in the N100.
Firstly, the N200 now supports 5G connectivity which is now the new norm for smartphones of this era. Similarly, another important addition is the FHD+ display, which is nice to have on a budget phone.
In terms of looks, it is an Oppo A93 rebrand. Much like the Nord N100 & N10 which were also an Oppo rebrand prodigy. Sticking to the similarities with Oppo A93, the N200 is expected to get a 48MP main camera, a 5000mAh battery, and Snapdragon 480 processor.
Additional components include a microSD card, headphone jack, and 90Hz refresh rate on its 6.5-inch LCD. Since is primarily targeted to launch in the US, it is priced around $250 which accumulates around NPR