OnePlus Nord N1 CAD-based renders show minor redesign over the current N10

Peter, 22 March 2021

Nord N10’s successor may or may not be called OnePlus Nord N1 (the alleged code name for this device is “Ebba”). Details about the phone are still pretty sparse, but OnLeaks has prepared 3D renders and has some additional information to share.

The phone will have a metal frame and (likely) a plastic back (the current N10 is all plastic). The dimensions are 162.9 x 74.7 x 8.4 mm, going up to 10.3 mm once you include the triple camera bump.

Those are roughly the same dimensions as the current model and the same goes for the display – a flat 6.49” panel with a single punch hole in the upper left corner. There’s no word on refresh rate or other improvements yet.

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OnePlus Nord N1 CAD-based renders

The OnePlus Nord N1 will get to keep the 3.5 mm jack of its predecessor. The rear-mounted fingerprint reader will move to the side, however, merging with the Power button.

The biggest change is to the rear panel, which is showing only three cameras, down from four. However, the N10 has a 2 MP macro cam and a 2 MP depth sensor, which artificially inflate the count. The third camera on the Nord N1 is a mystery for now (one and two are almost certainly wide and ultra wide).

Finally, here’s an animated 360° spin showing the upcoming mid-range from all sides:

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Reader comments

My thoughts were the same reading it. I was hoping OnePlus soon be realeasing a smaller, ~5.8" sized phone with decent specs. to compete with the Pixel 4a/5. Specs and price-wise the Nord is there but that size it just too much.

  • Anonymous
  • 22 Mar 2021
  • NFX

Good to see the 3.5mm remain. I don't see a card slot in the render, though. Hoping we aren't losing out on expandable storage.

  • Anonymous
  • 22 Mar 2021
  • a3K

2MP Macro and 2MP Depth sensor... LMAOOO

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