OnePlus Nord N300 5G certified on FCC

Michail, 27 June 2022

A yet to be released OnePlus Nord device was listed on the FCC database and it may end up being the successor to last year’s Nord N200 5G. The new device bearing the CPH2389 model number is believed to be the upcoming Nord N300 5G midranger which may again be exclusive to buyers in North America. The FCC listing also confirmed the phone’s supported 5G bands: n2,n25,n41, n66, n71 and n77.

One Plus Nord N300 certification
One Plus Nord N300 certification

The only other bit of info that is rumored at the moment is that the device will carry an FHD+ resolution display (presumably 90Hz) and that it will be powered by a Snapdragon chipset. In addition, rumors suggest 4GB RAM and 64GB storage as well as Android 11 on the software side. The phone is expected to start at around $240 once it launches in the US and Canada.

Via 1Via 2 (both tweets)


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Reader comments

  • Anonymous
  • 28 Jun 2022
  • Tax

They're not going to do a curved screen on a cheapo phone. Dream on. But I agree, OP neglects the NA middle market badly.

Another flat screen phone sh#t. Deal breaker

  • Anonymous
  • 27 Jun 2022
  • 3WY

I doubt they would do a rebrand of a rebrand, but then again this is OnePlus we're talking about. Then again this could just end up being something from Oppo's A series.

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