OnePlus is gearing up to launch another Nord smartphone after the recent launch of the Nord N10 5G and Nord N100. The company is said to launch a new Nord SE during Q1 of 2021, shortly after the OnePlus 9 launch. While the exact launch date is currently under wraps, some key details of the smartphone have been revealed by Android Central. Nord SE will not be a budget smartphone but share many features from the OnePlus 8T and the original Nord. As per the leaked specs, the device will come with the 65W Warp Charge tech and an AMOLED screen. While we are at it, let’s take a look at the OnePlus Nord SE specifications, features, and other details.
OnePlus Nord SE With 65W Fast Charging is Reportedly Launching in Q1 2021
As per the report, the Nord SE will launch during Q1 2021. While the exact launch remains unknown, it is said that the device would be unveiled shortly after the OnePlus 9 launch in Q1 2021.
The smartphone will be launching in India and Europe, according to the report.
OnePlus Nord SE specifications leaked
OnePlus Nord SE is likely to sit above the original OnePlus Nord if the specs are compared. As per the Android Central report, Nord SE will borrow the Warp Charge 65 fast charging tech and a 4,500 mAh from the OnePlus 8T. With that fast charging solution, the battery is likely to get charged completely within 40 minutes.
The upcoming mid-range smartphone is also said to draw its power from a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor, making it 5G ready. The original Nord, too, came with the same 5G chipset.
Nord SE will also sport an AMOLED panel. Although the report does not mention, we can expect the phone to come with a 90Hz refresh rate display.
The report does not reveal the SE’s camera specifications. We can expect a quad-camera setup at the back with a 64MP f/1.8 primary shooter, an 8MP ultrawide sensor with an aperture of f/2.2, and two 2MP shooters for depth and macro.
Pricing details are currently unknown. We will bring you more updates on the Nord SE as we get more details.
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