Early last year, OnePlus has expanded from making flagship phones to also making midrange phones, starting with the introduction of the Nord. Since then, the Nord branding came with a number of variants including the N10 and N100, and later this year, the Nord CE 5G.
There have been leaks to which we are not sure if it’s even reliable, about the successor to the original Nord, the Nord 2. Based on the render on top, it looks like a OnePlus 9, without the Hasselblad branding.
According to 91mobiles, the phone may have a Dimensity 1200 chipset, making it one of the first phones from the company to have a Mediatek chipset, a 6.43in. FHD+ AMOLED display, optical in-display fingerprint sensor and 4500mAh battery with 65W fast charging support. There is also an expected 50mp main lens, an 8mp secondary and a 2mp auxiliary. For the front cam, a single 32mp dot notch can be seen. The phone will be released with Android 11 with OxygenOS out of the box.
However, these are leaks, which means information is not fully reliable and the specs and design may still change in the future. Still, leaks help users get an idea on what to expect for the next phone, and the specs and render look legitimate enough to make it appear like this would be OnePlus’ newest handset. Although, take the leaks with a bit of a pinch of salt still.