OnePlus Nord will cost under $500, prototypes shown in new video
The OnePlus Nord will go on a limited pre-sale tomorrow even though there’s no confirmation on its actual launch date. Now, the company posted the first part of its short documentary which details the process behind the creation of the Nord smartphone and it brings several noteworthy bits of information. First off, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau confirmed that the upcoming phone will come with a sub $500 price tag.
In addition, we also see two prototypes of the phone with one showing its front with the dual punch-hole cutout at the 5:57 mark. There’s also an interesting shot of the device (or a different prototype altogether) at the 6:14 mark with an odd-looking triple camera setup in a vibrant yellow color.
The video ends with a hint that July 7 will offer us more information about the affordable OnePlus phone. According to the latest rumors, the OnePlus Nord announcement is expected to take place on July 10.
Oneplus has a way better battery and more camera's. My friend has the SE and the battery is really bad. Barely one day with normal-heavy usage, and he has to rexharge often because the battery is dead before the end of the day
- 03 Jul 2020
Be sure they did that. And also test asure that even in the old days it was also the same but priced wisely to gain market share.
- 02 Jul 2020
If it were around $300 he would've said under $400, not $500. It's likely gonna be about $450 or even $499.99.
- 02 Jul 2020