OnePlus Nord made its debut in most markets except North America. Most folks were happy to get their hands on a high-quality phone that didn’t cost an arm or a leg.
If we have to describe the OnePlus Nord in one word, then it’s “awesome.”
The great smartphone arrived just a few weeks ago. At the beginning of August, many people are excited to buy and get their hands on this phone.
People couldn’t believe that they are having a $400 worth mobile phone with a camera that punches way above its price. Plus get fast performance, a beautiful AMOLED display, stunning design, and stable battery life all in one phone.
One month in, and now the phone is SOLD OUT.
OnePlus Nord is sold out
The $400 OnePlus Nord is now sold out across most of Europe, as reported by Phone Arena. Germany, France, Spain, Eastern, and Central Europe are the affected countries.
The OnePlus Nord is not available anywhere except in the United Kingdom – where you can still get it. There is no word on when the new units will be available anytime soon. Also, as of now, the Nord will not be available in the USA.
Quick Review of the Phone
You won’t find many flipsides to the OnePlus Nord even though it’s low-cost budget pricing for the phone. One of the most precious specs this phone can boast is its 90hz refresh rate AMOLED display. It also offers 5G connectivity, a well-designed case that comes in the box, and of course the OxygenOS 10.5, which comes with fingerprint scanning animations custom icon abilities, and Dark Mode.
The OnePlus Nord is equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G with a Snapdragon X52 5G Modem-RF System that has connectivity with networks around the globe. In addition, the tech giant claims the device is capable of touching speeds of up to 3.38 GBps.
Regarding the design and appearance, many users love the profile of the phone. It’s 158.3 x 73.3 x 8.2mm, and its front side is flat—an infrequent feature of a budget-friendly phone.
The OnePlus Nord comes with the same primary rear sensor that you will find on the OnePlus 7T. In short, the phone is equipped with a 48-megapixel Sony IMX586 sensor camera with an f/1.75 aperture, EIS, OIS, and pixel capture size at 0.8μm/48M or 1.6μm(4in1)/12M. The phone also includes an “ultra-wide-angle” camera that supports 8-megapixels with an aperture of f/2.25 and a field of view 119-degrees.
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