- OnePlus has released the render of Nord N20.
- The US-bound phone will also have a 60Hz OLED screen and in-display fingerprint sensor.
- The phone is set to launch later this month, though prices are not yet known.
OnePlus has seen some strong growth in the United States since its expansion into the market a few years ago, with the firm’s budget phones primarily responsible for this growth. Now, the manufacturer has revealed a few more details about its upcoming US budget phone.
OnePlus has published PC Mag The upcoming Nord N20 smartphone will have a 6.43-inch 60Hz OLED screen as well as an in-display fingerprint sensor. A company executive has suggested that it is a choice between a 60Hz OLED and a 90Hz LCD panel.
For what it’s worth, a 2020 Android authority The survey found that about three-quarters of the readers surveyed would take a 60Hz OLED display on a high refresh rate LCD screen. So it seems the company has made the right choice here.
OnePlus Nord N20: What else do you need to know?
The executive added that the OnePlus Nord N20 will have Oppo’s SuperVOOC charging, although we expect it to be W 30W like its predecessor and other recent budget Oppo phones.
Otherwise, the company also shared a picture of the phone PC Mag (Seen at the top of the page), showing a left-aligned punch-hole cutout and triple rear camera setup. It is compatible with renders previously leaked by OnLeaks and 91 mobiles.
OnePlus has not released any other specs, however 91 mobiles It was previously claimed that the Nord N20 will have a Snapdragon 695 chipset, a 48MP + 2MP + 2MP triple rear camera setup and will measure 159.8 x 73.1 x 7.7 mm.
No word on the price, but the OnePlus Nord N10 comes in at $ 300, so we’ll expect a similar price here. Still, OnePlus says the phone will launch in the US later this month.