OnePlus recently announced that the brand will produce cheaper and more affordable smartphones. This announcement was very well appreciated by users since it is one of the brands with the most powerful equipment currently on the market.
New information advanced by Android Central indicates that this new smartphone from OnePlus will have two front cameras.
OnePlus Nord may bring two cameras
Initially, it was thought that the Chinese brand would be preparing the OnePlus Z, however, according to the TUV Rheinland certification, the company’s new smartphone will be called OnePlus Nord.
Some features of the device had already been revealed, at least by unofficial sources, but there was no data so far about the cameras.
However, the Android Central website says that the OnePlus Nord will have two front cameras, the main 32MP, and the other angled 8MP. Through a privileged source, the website obtained the information that this system will already be one of the final product, with the set of the two chambers located in the upper left corner.
If confirmed, then it will be a feature identical to the Huawei P40 Pro, which we have already analyzed here.
What is already known about the OnePlus Nord?
Although there is still no official disclosure, some information is beginning to be known.
At the processor level, the OnePlus Nord will come with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G and support for 5G connectivity. As for RAM, the 8 GB and 12 GB models will be available and at the internal storage level, the consumer should be able to choose between the 128 GB and 256 GB versions.
The screen is expected to be 6.5 inch AMOLED, with FHD + resolution and a 90Hz refresh rate.
As for the battery, there is a rumor that points to 4,000 mAh or 4,300 mAh with a fast charge of 30 W. As an operating system, it should arrive with Android 10 Oxygen OS.
The OnePlus Nord should arrive in black, blue, white, and a specific color for a limited edition.
This is a mid-range smartphone, expected for the month of July and with a price of around 350-400 dollars.