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OnePlus starts teasing its next limited edition smartphone

It is unclear how much the OnePlus Nord 2 Pac-Man edition will differ from the standard edition. (Image source: OnePlus)
It is unclear how much the OnePlus Nord 2 Pac-Man edition will differ from the standard edition. (Image source: OnePlus)
OnePlus is bringing another limited edition product to market, having recently released a Harry Potter-themed smartwatch. The smartphone is likely a Pac-Man branded OnePlus Nord 2, albeit one that may have a Snapdragon 778G SoC instead of the Dimensity 1200 found in the original version.

Last month, Oxygen Update discovered numerous Pac-Man references in OxygenOS code. Additionally, Max Jambor teased that OnePlus planned to release a Nord 2 Pac-Man edition, having previously sold McLaren-branded smartphones.

While there have been no more leaks since, OnePlus Germany has started teasing the smartphone on social media. Unsurprisingly, the company has led with Pac-Man related teasers, which we have included below. Based on last month's leaks, the OnePlus Nord 2 Pac-Man edition has a Snapdragon 778G SoC, rather than the Dimensity 1200 with which the regular OnePlus Nord 2 ships.

So far, only OnePlus Germany has mentioned the limited smartphone, of OnePlus' social media channels. However, it seems that OnePlus is sending out teasers to press in other regions, so the device may make it out of Germany.

OnePlus Germany has yet to confirm when the device will arrive, but past performance suggests that it will not run its teaser campaign for too long. Hence, we imagine that the Pac-Man themed smartphone will arrive later this month.

(Image source: OnePlus)
(Image source: OnePlus)
(Image source: @CamBunton)

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Alex Alderson, 2021-11- 6 (Update: 2021-11- 6)