Potentially named the OnePlus Nord N20, details of the OnePlus Nord N10's successor surface
OnePlus ventured into the budget and mid-range segments with the Nord series, starting with the OnePlus Nord and on to the Nord N10 5G and the Nord N100. The company is set to continue those non-flagship lineups this year, and details of what will be the OnePlus Nord N10's successor have now been revealed.
From the look of it, design-wise, the Nord N10's successor—likely to be named the Nord N20—will be an incremental upgrade on the last-gen device. For one, the design and chassis specifications are identical. Dimensions come in at 162.9 x 74.7 x 8.4mm, on a 6.49-inch flat display with a hole punch nestled at the top left corner. Similar to the Nord N10 5G, although the new phone will be 0.6mm thinner.
The rear camera module design is similar, too. But instead of four visible lenses, the upcoming phone has three. OnePlus has likely ditched either of the depth or macro lenses. Those lenses were hardly useful either way, so nothing of value will have been lost. The 3.5mm headphone jack also makes a re-appearance. Interestingly, though, the fingerprint reader has been moved from the device's back to the side-mounted power button, making for a cleaner look.