OnePlus Nord N1 5G (not the official identify), the rumoured successor to the OnePlus Nord N10, has been within the information for a while and now a brand new report claims to supply a render and a few specs for the telephone. The upcoming Nord N1 5G, codenamed ‘Ebba’, appears to have a really comparable design to the OnePlus Nord N10 however with one much less digital camera sensor on the again. It appears to hold the hole-punch minimize out design for the selfie digital camera and the report states it should characteristic the identical 6.49-inch flat show.
OnePlus Nord N1 5G codenamed Ebba design and specs
The rumoured OnePlus Nord N1 5G carries the identical design because the OnePlus Nord N10, at the very least for the entrance with a hole-punch minimize out positioned on the prime left nook of the show. The renders shared by Steve Hemmerstoffer through Voice additionally present a side-mounted fingerprint scanner will be seen as effectively, which is totally different from the rear-mounted one on the OnePlus Nord N10. The rumoured upcoming telephone could include a triple rear digital camera setup versus the quad-rear digital camera setup discovered on the OnePlus Nord N10. A USB Kind-C port and a 3.5mm headphone jack will be seen as effectively.
When it comes to specs, the tipster states it should include the identical 6.49-inch flat show, a shiny plastic rear panel, steel body, and comparatively thick bezels. The telephone is alleged to measure 162.9×74.7×8.4mm.
The OnePlus Nord N1 5G will possible be a minor improve over the OnePlus Nord N10 and whether or not the successor will likely be launched in India stays to be seen.
OnePlus launched the Nord sequence again in July 2020 with the OnePlus Nord. It then launched the OnePlus Nord N10 and OnePlus Nord N100 for the European market and later for the US market. The 2 telephones are but to reach in India which raises issues over the supply of the OnePlus Nord N1 5G as effectively.
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