Jun 16, 2021 Reviews
OnePlus is marketing this handset as an upgraded killer phone and the marketing is not far from the truth. The Nord CE is not a successor to the previous serious however it’s a more toned down version and the name CE stands for Core edition. The handset keeps the some of the most familiar specifications from the previous version and the design is truly coexisting one another.
Design And Overall Body Of The Smartphone
The design really looks like the original Nord design but there’s are additions and upgrades we can clearly see in this new smartphone. It is particularly slimmer and at the same time lighter to carry. The company is flaunting this being the slimmest phone from any series they have launched. The design of the body imposes no fancy modules of camera and the blue colour itself is exotic itself. The body has a soft touch and matter finish with no glass but plastic back and the finger print is not sticking to the back surface. Although, the display is identical but there’s a missing HDR10 support over here but the refresh rate remains 90Hz.
Overall, the software does not bring any out of the box changes but there are major software updates for two years. System menu and notifications and further seems like it has a lot of modified elements.
On the camera department OnePlus Nord CE 5G is not any thing exaggerated but it’s a simple and compact camera settings with 64 mega pixel, 8 mega pixel and 2 mega pixel camera. The 64 mega pixel provides a much more lifted results in the day light with suitable saturation and balanced noise reduction, however we can clearly say that it’s an average on the price class.