Same specs, different name. Oppofied.
What you see above is the Nord N300, a symptom of OnePlus being just a sub-brand of Oppo. This is it, the moment when they’ve truly settled, and the wallpaper above is just irony.
Like the Oppo A77, it comes with a MediaTek Dimensity 810 chipset, a 48MP camera system, and 4GB RAM with 64GB internal storage. In comparison with the Nord N200 which came with a different design, this has a waterdrop notch, a noticeably lower resolution display, and only two cameras. Apart from its display, the phone is essentially an upgrade to the N200, coming with a better processor (though the Snapdragon 480 5G may be preferable to custom ROM users due to it being open source), a higher-res main camera, and 33W fast charging.
It is also one of the few OnePlus phones to include a MicroSDXC card inside.
The phone is not out yet in the Philippines but it retails for USD 228 (~Php 13.4K) and comes in a single Midnight Jade colour.
- 6.56in. HD+ (1612x720px) IPS LCD, 90Hz refresh rate
- MediaTek Dimensity 810 (6nm)
- 48MP (main), f/1.7
- 2MP (depth), f/2.4
- FRONT: Unspecified, possibly 8MP
- ColorOS 12 based on Android 12
- 5000mAh, 33W fast charging
- USB-C, 3.5mm jack, MicroSD card slot, Dual NanoSIM slot
- 5G services, Bluetooth 5.2, Wi-Fi 6/6E, Dual-band Wi-Fi
- Midnight Jade
- 4/64: USD 228 (~Php 13.4K)