OnePlus will add two new phones to its Nord line on October 26 (that's next Monday) - the midrange N10 and the entry-level N100. And thanks to Steve Hemmerstoffer, better known as @OnLeaks we have the key specs for both in advance.
The 5G-enabled OnePlus Nord N10 will have a 6.49-inch FHD+ display with 90Hz refresh rate (no word if LCD or OLED). The chipset will be Snapdragon 690 and the N10 will come with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. There will be a 64MP main + 8MP ultrawide and a pair of 2MP sensors on the rear. The battery is 4,300mAh.
The lower-end OnePlus Nord N100 will be 4G-only. It will have a 6.52-inch HD+ LCD, a Snapdragon 460 with 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage and a 5,000mAh battery. The rear will have only one noteworthy camera - a 13MP primary shooter along with two 2MP sensors for macro and depth sensing.
OnePlus is expected to position the N100 and N10 below the OnePlus Nord and as such they will cost less than €399/£379/$379.
Oneplus brand identic to consumer who wants high end phone but are price minded. People who buy a phone with snapdragon 400s chipset are those who sees phone as basic necessities. I don't think people in this segment shops for brands
Somehow I agree with you dude! From last year most of the phone companies are just wasting a lot of resources on entry level & mid range phones. They are launching new phones every week. In past.. phone companies used to launch 2-4 phones pe...