Snapdragon 690-powered OnePlus Nord N10 5G set to launch in the US for under US$400
OnePlus released the OnePlus Nord a few months ago as a spiritual successor to the divisive OnePlus X. The company refused to bring the mid-range phone over to the US, though, but it appears that it has something in stock for the market after all.
Going by new information, OnePlus is working on a phone named the "Nord N10 5G". The company recently uploaded guide pages on its website for the device—alongside pages for the OnePlus 8T, OnePlus 8T Pro, and what we assume to be the OnePlus Clover. It's unlikely that the phone will go on sale with the "Nord N10 5G" branding, however.
The Nord N10 5G is said to sport a 6.49-inch display. That's a tad bigger than the OnePlus Nord's 6.44-inch screen, but retains its a FHD+ 90 Hz AMOLED specifications. Under the hood will be the 5G-capable Snapdragon 690. There were reports of a Snapdragon 690-powered OnePlus phone prior to the launch of the Nord. This appears to be the phone in question. The OnePlus Nord N10 5G will also offer a 64 MP main camera.
Pricing is expected to start under US$400, which will see it trade punches with the cheaper Pixel 4a.