Rumor | OnePlus Nord N30 is on the way as a re-branded CE 3 Lite
OnePlus is tipped to update its Nord N series of Android smartphones for the United States soon. Should the latest rumors hold true, it should launch with a 108MP main rear camera to go with its 120Hz display and 5G-capable processor. It may be sold in either SIM-free or carrier-locked form in its new market.
OnePlus' latest Android smartphone for the mid-range segment, the Nord CE 3 Lite, is exclusive to the Indian and European markets - for now. However, according to a new leak, that might change soon with a re-brand to make it the next N-series device and, thus, ready for sale in the United States.
This new leak comes courtesy of OnePlus' own Community website, via a new member post containing speculation that the Nord N20's successor will launch as a CE 3 Lite re-brand. Some_Random_Username bases their theory on the discovery of code suggesting that the 2 product names pertain to the same device.
Should that be the case, the Snapdragon 695-powered smartphone may arrive in its new region with a starting price of just under US$300. Then again, the "N30" is also tipped to become available through T-Mobile - and also possibly Metro - as a new affordable device locked to that carrier or its spin-off.
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