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OnePlus Nord N10 and N100: What you need to know

These Nords are coming to America

Updated 28th October 2020 | 11:38 IST

OnePlus in the week announced the Nord N10 and N100 — its most affordable phones since the ill-fated OnePlus X.

We’ll be getting our hands on the devices in due time, but here’s what we all know after the device’s official announcement.

Price and availability
At just £329/€349 and £179/€199, respectively, the phones plan to bring premium design and sensible features at reasonable prices.

Moreover, unlike the first OnePlus Nord, this one is really coming stateside, eventually. The Euro prices translate to roughly $411 for the N10 and $234 for the N100, so it’s reasonable to expect US prices to be within a couple of dollars of these estimates.

The Nord 10 5G
Hopefully, OnePlus keeps the worth towards the lower end of potential prices within the US; the Nord N10 especially draws in price to the superb Pixel 4A, and not too far away from the more high-end Nord.

The N100 is predicted to launch in Europe on November 10, while the N10 will arrive later that month. Unfortunately, there are not any specifics on availability within the US yet.

Specs
Here are the key specs for the Nord N10:

6.49-inch IPS display
90 Hz refresh rate
FHD+ resolution (1,080 x 2,400, 405 PPI)
Stereo speakers
Snapdragon 690
6GB RAM
128GB SSD plus microSD expansion
Headphone jack
5G connectivity
Dual-SIM (Europe and UK)
64MP F1.8 primary camera, 8MP ultrawide, 2MP macro, and 2MP monochrome
16MP selfie camera
4k 30fps video, 120 fps 1080p slow-mo, 240 fps 720p slow-mo
Fingerprint sensor (rear)
30W charging
4,300 mAh battery
Midnight Ice only (dark blue-ish)
And here they’re for the N100:

6.52-inch IPS display
60 Hz refresh rate
HD+ resolution (720 x 1,600, 269 PPI)
Stereo speaker
Snapdragon 460
4GB RAM
64GB SSD plus microSD expansion
Headphone jack
4G connectivity
Dual-SIM (Europe and UK)
13MP F2.2 primary camera, 2MP macro, and 2MP depth camera
16MP selfie camera
1080p 30fps video max.
Fingerprint sensor (rear)
18W charging
5,000 mAh battery

Midnight Frost (grey-ish) only
The devices are clearly in several performance tiers, together would expect from the specs. Perhaps the foremost surprising difference between the 2 devices is that the massive battery on the N100.

The Nord N100
Paired with the not-very-demanding processor, the 5,000 mAh battery should make the phone last tons longer. The differences are made even larger if you’re using the N10 with 5G because the technology is understood to make serious battery drain. Granted, 4,300 mAh should haven’t any trouble getting you thru each day, but if you prioritize battery life over performance, the N100 might be a compelling option.

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