OnePlus Nord design revealed - was originally going to be "more"

Alonzo Simpson
July 15, 2020

The OnePlus Buds will be launched alongside the OnePlus Nord smartphone.

OnePlus is hosting a launch event on 21 July where it will launch the much-awaited OnePlus Nord. OnePlus has, however, promised to launch more affordable phones to the North American market in the near future. The teaser primarily focuses on the design, battery life, and weight of the TWS earbuds. "It really reminds you of the OnePlus design philosophy".

The video is long, but entirely worth the watch, but the more important takeaways when it comes to the OnePlus Nord are that OnePlus chose to once again save money and not opt for IP water resistance, which Pei said tends to cost about $15 a phone for OnePlus. The specs of the new smartphone powered by the Snapdragon 765G is nearly leaked totally and now in the middle of this, there's new speculation of the OnePlus Nord Lite.

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Another angles of the front of the phone, show a dual selfie camera that is similar to Huawei P40 Pro that's cut out in the upper-left corner of the screen. He also showed off one of the design prototypes which featured a square camera module on the back with the camera lenses laid out in an L shape. It is also speculated that they might come with noise cancelling tech.

The chat is a very interesting insight into the manufacturing and design of a smartphone so we encourage you to check it out. Interestingly the project was delayed by a month as they changed the design late in the development but did so due to data they had received from users with an aim to sell a lot more phones, rather than leave the Nord as purely an experiment. We need to make sure that it's immediately recognisable as a OnePlus phone. For the full interview, you can tune in to the full podcast.

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