OnePlus is working on a 18 W charger, presumably for a cheaper Nord

17 August 2020
A 9V 2A charger sounds like it uses QuickCharge or USB-PD rather than the company's trademark Warp Charge technology.

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  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 18 Aug 2020Working ? Or working to take it from Oppo lolit's the same company, they dont have to "take" it

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 18 Aug 2020I like what oneplus is doing. If they are doing is what i... moreMetal/glass without IP rating is pointless

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 18 Aug 2020The nord is already way too expensive for what it has and d... moreIt would eat one plus 8 sales . That's what they evade at all cost .

  • Anonymous

Working ? Or working to take it from Oppo lol

  • Anonymous

I like what oneplus is doing.
If they are doing is what i think they are doing

To justify US$1k+ phones, companies have slightly increased prices of entry level phones, if oneplus(only china brand accepted in America) instead of competing in 1k+ segment went for below the belt punch, adopting 'what xiaomi did in india' model in USA, giving dirt cheap online only bang for the buck phones (70% as good at 1/4 to 1/6 price 150-250$).it is better for the consumers around the world

  • Anonymous

The nord is already way too expensive for what it has and doesn't have.
Get rid of the useless depth and macro cameras. Get rid of the 2 selfie cameras and put only one.
I would get rid even for 5G too since where I'm from we ain't getting it for the next 3-4 years or more.

I would rather invest in one single flagship camera as advertised instead of 4 poor ones. I would invest in a freaking metal framing, plastic is a joke. And most of all I would invest in a Snapdragon 865 and I bet i could still publish it at 420 euros or at least 480-500 and that would be a nice phone

I like the fact that OnePlus is making affordable phones. I want to try Oxygen OS. Although their phones are only available through online in my country with less than a hundred stock for each model, at least I have a chance to own one.

  • Anonymous

$399

All USA bands
8GB RAM
IP certified
90hz oled
6.4~ inch screen with single punch hole. At least 85% screen to body ratio

18W, cheap enough for microUSB

AnonD-945200, 17 Aug 2020if there is any way to turn off all the topics about a spec... moreIn the GSMArena app there's an option to make a customized feed with news coverage only on topics that interest you.
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.gsmarena.android

  • Anonymous

AnonD-945200, 17 Aug 2020if there is any way to turn off all the topics about a spec... moreHow about find another tech website? This is public tech website. Not 'based on your interest' website

Snapdragon 690... It would have to cost WAY below 300 usd to have a chance against Pixel 4a and iPhone SE2.

But who are we kidding, OnePlus would rather spend hundreds of millions on advertising than sell their products at reasonable price... Brace yourselves, the "hype" marketing campaign for US Nord is about to begin.

  • Jack

I think they will now compete with with the worst Samsung M series and Oppo A series. Now they are also getting out of their zone and just producing more products and will stop giving time to time updates to their phones as Samsung phones

  • Alex

Yeah, awesome, ground breaking. 18W has been around for a decade or so, OnePlus really needs to be WORKING on this technology now, to offer it to customers, as an advancement.

oneplus executives need to resign right now. First nord, andow even a crappier device. Its just a downhill for the brand

  • AnonD-945200

if there is any way to turn off all the topics about a specific brand
then i would definitely block this cr@py oneplus 😐

bbk has every kind of charging techniqs , still oneplus working on a lame 18w charging tech !! wooooow
great newwwwwss.



  • Jumper

Woah, why are they cheapening the US version so much ? The Europe & India version broke a little in the JerryRig video, will the US version completely snap in two pieces?
What's this cheap-ass behavior OnePlus..