OnePlus Nord 2T Review Highlights
The OnePlus Nord 2T has some unique challenges since it is grouped with the Poco F4 5G and the iQOO Neo 6, but is it worth buying? Find out.
The frame of the Nord 2T is composed of plastic and the rear panel has a lovely, smoothed-out sandpaper feel that is reminiscent of the previous OnePlus devices.
The display has a neutral colour tone and feels a little dated for 2022. In essence, it completes the task, but it doesn't distinguish itself from the competitors.
The Nord 2T provides you with top-tier performance while messaging, browsing the web and social media, navigating, and sending emails, and it is capable of mid-tier mobile gaming.
The primary camera takes pictures during the day that are rich in details and have quite realistic colours, whilst the ultrawide camera takes pictures that are noticeably less detailed.
The 80W charger manages to charge the battery from 0 to 100% in about 27 minutes and the battery lasts a whole day with heavy usage.
OxygenOS 12.1 running on top of Android 12 on the Nord 2T has smooth animations and transitions, and the user interface is quite simple to use.
Although it feels like it was released a few months late and doesn't have particularly impressive on-paper specs, it provides a far more seamless user experience than its rivals and gets you through a full day without causing you any trouble.