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OnePlus Nord Launches the New 5G Phone Under 20000. Instagram Teases OnePlus Launch

 


It has been more than two months since the launch of the OnePlus Nord. Prior to the launch of the phone, OnePlus revealed that Nord will be a line of smartphones and not just one device. It appears the next OnePlus Nord phone will launch soon as the official OnePlus Nord Instagram account posted a teaser today.

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A teaser from the company, OnePlus hasn’t disclosed anything about this upcoming smartphone. So, we don’t have the specifications or even the name of the upcoming member of the Nord series.

If we try to research and make some assumptions about this phone, we can find that a couple of days ago some leaks were on the internet about the OnePlus Nord SE or something OnePlus Nord Lite. There were some expected specifications regarding this phone. We can assume that right now OnePlus is teasing something about the Nord Lite.

A few weeks ago, it was revealed that OnePlus has a new affordable smartphone heading to the US that will launch as the OnePlus Nord N10 5G. We want to believe this is the phone that is coming soon.

The main highlight of this phone can be its pricing. OnePlus is mainly known for its premium high-end budget phones and this upcoming phone may carry a price tag under Rs. 20,000. Getting an OnePlus smartphone under 20,000 is something really good for its users. Moreover, it is also expected that this phone will be powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 690 SoC chipset, which will be really valuable for the money. Apart from it, it was also rumored that this phone will offer the 5G connectivity. If it is really there, then it can be the best smartphone under 20,000.

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The other specs are still unknown but the price tag is said to be under $400. OnePlus is most likely targeting the Pixel 4a and the iPhone SE 2020 with its new phone and it remains to be seen if it can measure up to the aforementioned devices.

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