OnePlus features a marketing strategy that, a bit like its earliest phones, broke all the conventions of traditional smartphone businesses. While most companies try hard to stay covert, OnePlus embraced the tech industry’s “leaks culture” and does its not-so-subtle teasing days before a replacement product launch. So with just hours before the OnePlus Nord 2 5G’s debut, the corporate is dropping a previous couple of pieces of the image while still leaving a couple of tidbits unconfirmed.
OnePlus’s earlier teasers focused totally on the mid-range phone’s screen. Given previous leaks, those details didn’t come as a surprise. during a nutshell, the OnePlus Nord 2 5G’s screen is going to be exactly like its predecessor apart from one critical aspect.
That means that the subsequent OnePlus Nord phone will have a 6.43-inch OLED screen with a 90Hz refresh rate and HDR10+ support. It’ll even have only one punch-hole camera, though the official teasers are still a touch hazy thereon. This may be the sole notable difference between the OnePlus Nord and the Nord 2, the previous having two front-facing cameras.
OnePlus is now revealing details associated with the OnePlus Nord 2’s power, specifically the 4,500 mAh battery it’ll be packing inside. However, the more salient part is that the 65W Warp Charge promises a full day’s power for just a quarter-hour of charging. Although it pales compared to 100W charging on some rare phones, it still puts the mid-tier OnePlus Nord 2 on an equivalent level as most premium flagships.
We gave Nord 2 a 4500 mAh battery and Warp Charge 65. The result? Warp-speed charging giving you a full day’s power in just 15 minutes. pic.twitter.com/SpfsWcv4p7
— OnePlus India (@OnePlus_IN) July 20, 2021
OnePlus also confirmed the phone’s MediaTek Dimensity 1200-AI, also as its software commitment. The OnePlus Nord 2 debuts on July 22, alongside a replacement OnePlus Buds Pro which may be more attractive to those that already own a OnePlus phone.