There are some reports indicating the OnePlus Nord SE could be the next affordable smartphone coming from the company. However, the OnePlus Nord N10 5G and Nord N100 are still affordable and the latest phones of the OnePlus Nord series. Some earlier leaks suggested the OnePlus Nord 2 is on its way following the premium OnePlus 9. The Chinese phone maker has spent the last few years giving people more top-end offerings, so the new Nord line is an intriguing change of pace for the company. A major leak of OnePlus Nord SE points to the phone coming out in the first half of 2021, so January to June, although it also says the phone will come alongside the OnePlus 9.
Point to be noted that the OnePlus Nord cost £379 / €399 / $480. We would expect the SE to be cheaper, supposedly more so than the Nord N10 5G too, which cost £329 / $430.The Nord N100 costs £179 / $230. We have also heard rumors about the OnePlus Nord Lite, but they all moved to be about the N10 5G and N100. But, a reliable source details a few points of the OnePlus Nord SE. It will supposedly have 65W fast charging, a 4,500mAh battery, and an AMOLED screen. Moreover, OnePlus has always been about the experience as much as raw specifications. We are expecting that the OnePlus Nord SE will have a 90Hz display; it clearly indicates the company’s switching to an LCD panel. Most OnePlus phones arrive with Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G chipset, Bluetooth 5.0, WiFi 6, and NFC.
It is noteworthy that the original OnePlus Nord is already fairly affordable starting with a mid-range price of £379, around $480. So, we need the price for the Nord SE to be significantly lower in order to compete with other available devices having similar prices and specs. We are hoping the camera experience for OnePlus Nord SE isn’t diluted too much from the full-fat Nord. It will supposedly have a single-lens snapper to the high-resolution quad-camera setups. There might be a lot of affordable options for photography fans. All currently available OnePlus smartphones charge fast and we are expecting the same for the OnePlus Nord SE. However, there’s evidence the SE could have 65W charging. It is noteworthy that the OnePlus Nord is only available in select parts of the world, but the OnePlus Nord SE we’d like to see wider availability, including in the UK and US.