There might not be any Apple Watch aping from a BBK brand this time around.
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OnePlus's founder Pete Lau joins OPLUS as an SVP adding confusion to the already mysterious hierarchy of the Chinese smartphone maker.
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My, how things change!
It will also reportedly have 4GB of RAM and three cameras on the back
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The OnePlus Watch could be a year in the making according to a former employee.
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It's less than half the price of a OnePlus 8 Pro, but is the Nord a classic OnePlus flagship killer?
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The OnePlus Nord is probably one of the most affordable 5G phones in the market today, that was until Samsung launched the Galaxy A51 5G in the US where the Nord has yet to set foot in. The latest from the flagship killer still has some appeal to it, especially for those who have no love for Samsung’s One UI … Continue reading
OnePlus is said to have another mid-range 5G smartphone for the North American market. Here’s what it could look like.
The CEO of OnePlus has confirmed that a 'Nord-branded' phone will come to the US, even if the OnePlus Nord doesn't.
The next smartphone in the OnePlus Nord family might opt for the Snapdragon 690 5G chipset, taking the price even lower.
OnePlus’s latest smartphone may have just eclipsed the high-end premium OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro. That despite its obviously mid-range specs and slightly worrying durability. The OnePlus Nord just seems to have the perfect combination of features and price for these uncertain times. Unfortunately, the Nord’s launch details have left out US availability. The good news is that it … Continue reading
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Can the OnePlus Nord provide enthusiasts with a high-performing experience on a budget? Remarkably, yes.
OnePlus' new phone, the Nord, isn't available in the US at the moment, but its value is hard to beat. You get a 90-Hz screen, a big battery, great performance, and 5G for 399 euros.
Commentary: The four-part YouTube series is basically a reality show about making a phone, and it's full of drama.
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The OnePlus Nord shares a lot of the DNA of the OnePlus 8. OnePlus has officially announced the Nord, its first serious attempt at a midrange handset since 2015’s ill-fated OnePlus X. Yet, despite the fact that it starts at just £379 (around $480), the phone shares a lot of the DNA of the $699 OnePlus 8 released just a few short months ago, which, along with the OnePlus 8 Pro, was the company’s flagship handset for this year. It’s still got a 1080p OLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate, Sub-6GHz 5G, Warp Charge 30T fast charging, and the same 48-megapixel main camera sensor as the OnePlus 8. That’s not to say there haven’t been concessions made to reach this lower price point, the most important of which is that the Nord is powered by a slower Snapdragon 765G processor, but in a lot of other... Continue reading…
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OnePlus is gearing up to release its next smartphone, the OnePlus Nord, which will cost less than $500. The phone is expected to feature a flat, simple design, a multi-camera setup, and 5G connectivity. The Nord will be noticeably cheaper than the recently launched OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro, which cost $700 and $900, respectively. The launch would come as smartphone makers like Samsung and Apple are launching more competitively priced phones like the iPhone SE and series of Galaxy A devices.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. OnePlus launched the $700 OnePlus 8 and $900 OnePlus 8 Pro earlier this year, but the company is already planning its next major smartphone launch: The OnePlus Nord. OnePlus is holding its next major smartphone launch on July 21 with its debut of the Nord, which is expected to represent a return to the company's roots of launching affordable smartphones that undercut the prices of devices launched by Samsung and Apple. The company has somewhat strayed from that vision by launching phones with higher prices at a time when the industry is gravitating toward less expensive phones. If the leaks turn out to be true, we can expect the sub-$500 OnePlus Nord to challenge premium devices like the iPhone 11 Pro and Samsung Galaxy S20 with a triple-lens camera and 5G support. Here's everything we know about the OnePlus Nord, which is expected to debut this month.  SEE ALSO: Apple is expected to release a larger iPhone 12 Pro later this year — here's everything we know about Apple's next high-end iPhones so far It will be priced under $500. One of the most interesting confirmed details about the OnePlus Nord is its price. The company revealed in a recent behind-the-scenes video about the phone's development that it will be priced below $500, putting it in direct competition with the the $400 iPhone SE and Samsung Galaxy A71 5G. It will run on Qualcomm's 765G processor and support 5G. The OnePlus Nord will support 5G connectivity, making it one of the cheapest devices to do so. OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei confirmed the 5G support and processor model to TechRadar. OnePlus will be among the few smartphone makers offering 5G phones at a more affordable device, along with TCL which unveiled the $400 TCL 10 5G earlier this year. Many 5G smartphones from companies like Samsung cost $1,000 or more.    The phone will probably have a flat screen with a simple design. Although OnePlus hasn't officially unveiled the phone, comments from the company and leaks have given us clues about what the phone will look like. The website True Tech posted a reportedly leaked photo of the phone showing a device with a flat display and a hole-punch cutout for the front-facing camera at the top. The report also suggested the phone could have a 6.4-inch display. That lines up with a similar leak posted in December from OnLeaks and 91mobiles.  A thread on the shopping website DesiDime, however, claims the OnePlus Nord could have a 6.5-inch screen with a 90Hz refresh rate and an in-screen fingerprint sensor. The thread was in reference to a survey that some customers had received asking how likely they were to buy a OnePlus phone with the listed specifications, which XDA-Developers first noticed.   Still, it's unclear how accurate the True Tech report is, considering it says the phone will come with a MediaTek processor while the company's co-founder confirmed to TechRadar that the Nord will run on a Qualcomm chip. The leaks from True Tech and OnLeaks also show images of the device with just one selfie camera, whereas other rumors suggest the phone will have two front cameras.  There's also a chance the information from the DesiDime survey also may not be accurate, as its specifications for the Nord's camera do not match those mentioned by the company's imaging director.   In its behind-the-scenes video, OnePlus staff are also seen holding a device during a meeting that looks a lot like what the leaks have described — a phone with a flat, borderless screen and a dual front camera.  That would mark a departure from the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro, which have curved screens. "The visual identity is supposed to be inspired by the Scandinavian sort of design," OnePlus' Matthias Czaja said in the video. "We think of it as very clean and calm and modern and minimalistic." It will have 6 cameras: 2 on the front, and 4 on the back. OnePlus' next phone may be priced lower than rivals from Samsung and Apple, but the Nord will still come packed with multiple cameras. Simon Liu, OnePlus' imaging director,revealed on the company's forums that the Nord will have a quadruple setup for the main camera consisting of  a 48-megapixel sensor, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle sensor, a 5-megapixel depth sensor, and a macro sensor. It will also have two selfie cameras on the front: a 32-megapixel main sensor and an ultra-wide angle camera with a 105-degree field of view.    The phone is expected to support fast charging and may have 128GB of storage. If accurate, the DesiDime survey has leaked just about every hardware detail about the OnePlus Nord, including its battery, memory, and storage capacity. The survey suggests the phone could have a 4,300 mAh battery, which would make it larger than the Samsung Galaxy S20's 4,000 mAh battery but smaller than the Galaxy S20 Plus' 4,500 mAh battery. Otherwise, the poll indicates the Nord could have 6GB of RAM, 128GB of storage space, and support for fast charging.  But again, it's worth noting that the details shared on DesiDime regarding the Nord's camera do not match those mentioned by OnePlus' Liu, so it's unclear how accurate those specifications are.  The Nord will come with Google's apps for phone calls, messaging, and video chatting. OnePlus has confirmed that the Nord will come wit Google's Phone, Messages, and Duo apps by default. The company made the announcement on Instagram just days before the phone's unveiling. While Android phones often come with apps from Google like Google Maps and Gmail, many phone makers offer their own apps for messaging and phone calls. OnePlus, however, says it's deciding to use Google's apps instead on the Nord to provide a "smoother" experience.  It's expected to launch this month, but it won't be coming to the US. At least not right away. OnePlus has announced that it will be holding a digital launch event for the Nord on July 21, providing a first real look at the device. It's unclear if the OnePlus Nord will be launching on that date or if the company only plans to unveil the phone during the event.  Regardless, OnePlus has already begun accepting pre-orders for the OnePlus Nord in three waves which occured on July 1, July 8, and July 15.  The Nord won't be launching in the US, however. It'll debut in Europe and India, but OnePlus CEO Pete Lau suggested that the Nord — or some version of it — will eventually make its way to the US. "But don't worry, we're also looking to bring more affordable smartphones to North America in the near future well," he wrote in a OnePlus forum post.   
OnePlus Buds in case. | Max Weinbach (Twitter) A new leak has given us the best look yet at the soon to be launched true wireless earbuds from OnePlus. Several images were extracted from the OnePlus Buds APK by both 9to5Google and Max Weinbach of XDA Developers. While we don’t have a price yet, OnePlus did tease the buds on Instagram for “$XX.XX” suggesting they’ll retail for less than $100. The APK has images of the OnePlus Buds in black, blue, and white. These appear to be the same earbuds worn by OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei when discussing the new Nord handset design with Marques Brownlee. pic.twitter.com/w89Abau0nG— Max Weinbach (@MaxWinebach) July 19, 2020 9to5Google also discovered code that suggests they’ll support Dolby Atmos, as well as the ability to locate your lost... Continue reading…
The OnePlus Nord launch is days away, but has the company set itself up for disappointment?
OnePlus is gearing up to reveal a new smartphone dubbed OnePlus Nord on July 21. It will be an important event for the company, after ... The post OnePlus Buds will feature noise-canceling for phone calls appeared first on Gizchina.com.
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OnePlus Nord will be presented on July 21, but yesterday in an interview with the famous Youtuber Marques Brownlee, the company’s founder Carl Pei did ... The post OnePlus Nord: the brand unveils its complete design before the time appeared first on Gizchina.com.
OnePlus clearly loves redesigning the camera array as much as it loves teasing us about this phone.
OnePlus hasn’t been shy about teasing the OnePlus Nord, its upcoming  ‘midrange-but-premium’ phone, in the weeks leading up to its reveal. Although the device is set to launch on July 21 and we have a decent idea of what to expect, we’ve now gotten a good look at the phone’s design, courtesy of an interview between YouTube reviewer Marques Brownlee and OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei. Without further ado, here’s the back of the device, as shared in the interview. I’m digging that bright blue. And here’s the less interesting front: Over the last couple of years, we’ve seen increasingly good… This story continues at The Next Web
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