sapientially This week OnePlus plans to unveil the Nord CE 5G, a new affordable smartphone. TechRadar has a render of the smartphone directly from OnePlus, which shows that it looks remarkably similar to the original OnePlus Nord.
equidistantly The CE 5G, on the other hand, will have fewer features. CE stands for “Core Edition,” according to OnePlus’ product chief Oliver Zhang, and alludes to a design concept in which the business aimed to “distill the product down to the most crucial things.”
varietally “You see mid-range phones with inflated specifications on the market,” Zhang says. “We consciously eschewed certain of those features in favor of those we thought would make a significant impact in the daily smartphone experience, such as fast charging (Warp Charge 30T Plus), a 90Hz AMOLED display, or 5G,” says the company.
In the past, OnePlus has been guilty of such “exaggerated specifications” — the original Nord, for example, boasted a “quad-camera” configuration with a 2-megapixel macro camera and a depth sensor of doubtful value. On the other hand, the Nord CE 5G only has three cameras on the back. The camera, as well as the CPU and price of the CE 5G, will be critical to the product’s success.
Evleaks has leaked many photos and a video of the Nord CE 5G, exposing some additional features such as a 64-megapixel main camera, 7.9mm thickness, and a headphone port, which is unlike the original Nord.
Tomorrow, June 10th, at 10 p.m. ET, the entire revelation will take place. The European and Indian markets are targeted for the Nord CE 5G.