Max J. OnePlus Nord N10 and N100 specs leak ahead of rumored launch

OnePlus Nord N10 and N100 specs leak ahead of rumored launch

OnePlus has two more entries into its new mid-range Nord range on the horizon, and some fairly plausible specs have leaked about them both, courtesy of two separate posts on Voice by tipster Steve Hemmerstoffer (better known as OnLeaks), ahead of a rumored announcement on Monday.

The OnePlus Nord N10 5G is said to have a 6.49-inch FHD+ display with a 90Hz refresh rate. It’ll be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 690 5G SoC, backed up by a not insubstantial 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.

The battery clocks in at 4300mAh, which, if combined with OnePlus’s ‘Warp Charge’ fast-charging could be more than enough for most users. The main camera array is a four-lens offering with a 64MP camera flanked by an 8MP Ultra-Wide lens, and two 2MP lenses, presumably for macro and monochrome. The whole lot is rounded out with a USB-C port and 3.5mm headphone jack.


According to tipster Max J., the OnePlus Nord 10 5G will look something like this:

If that’s not whetted your appetite, there’s also the OnePlus Nord N100, which seems to be an unabashed budget offering, and the only recent release from OnePlus that doesn’t support 5G. It boasts a 6.52-inch HD+ screen, backed up by a fairly shonky sounding Qualcomm Snapdragon 460, with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. The rear camera is said to be 13MP with a 2MP Macro and 2MP Bokeh lens, while the front camera is listed at 8MP. There’s a 5000mAh battery, dual-sim slot, USB-C port, and 3.5mm headphone jack.

The more keen-eyed might have spotted that the specs for the Nord N100 are pretty similar to the Oppo A33 we told you about yesterday. The OnePlus equivalent adds an extra gigabyte of RAM over the Oppo, which might yield better performance from the underpowered Snapdragon 460. There’s no indication that the A33’s 90Hz refresh rate will appear on the Nord N100, which, depending on pricing, will make for a much more even-handed set of specifications for a budget device.

All these specs are incomplete and subject to change, and the real proof-of-the-pudding will only come when OnePlus reveals pricing.

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I am the UK News Editor at XDA Developers. I’ve been writing about technology for over a decade for the likes of The Inquirer, where I was Associate Editor, Computer Shopper UK, and IT Pro. I’ve also appeared on Sky News, BBC, Al Jazeera and recently left a long-running weekly tech news spot on TalkRadio UK. My love of technology comes from my family who hail from the pioneering days of Silicon Valley - in fact my Grandfather worked on Mercury, Gemini and Apollo. I’ve been using smartphones (and reading XDA) since the HTC Canary in 2003. I’m also a smart home obsessive. You can find me tweeting as @ChrisTheDJ.

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