Jul 01, 2020 News
OnePlus has always been known as a flagship killer company, as it built its name and reputation on the basis of providing maximum features and flagship level of specs at barely a fraction of the price. However, things took a different turn last year with the OnePlus 8 Pro, as the company tried to release an out-and-out flagship with no cutbacks and compromises on their phone for lowering the costs. This wasn’t disliked by the public as much, since the features were still top notch, and it still cost a couple hundred bucks or so cheaper than the other flagships it competed against.
However, they decided to pay homage to their roots again in 2020, as OnePlus is working on the “Nord”, a mid-range priced phone with great specs and features once more, to please the demographic it targeted in its initial days since it came into existence in 2013. The main discussion about the phone has been about two major things: the phone’s name, and the processor it will house. Whereas it’s been confirmed that the phone will be called Nord for a week or so now, but there have been a lot of rumours about the processor inside it. Finally it’s been confirmed, and it will be the Snapdragon 765G, an unsurprising choice. A lot of speculation suggested that the Nord will come with a MediaTek Dimensity 800 chipset, but it seems like OnePlus has gone with the much safer and trustworthy option in Snapdragon. The 765G provides great performance for the price point, and will run most heavy games with ease at maximum graphics.
Now the only thing left to get revealed about the Nord is its release date, and we honestly can not wait to hear more about the device, as it looks extremely promising.