OnePlus was alleged to start selling its new affordable smartphone option, the OnePlus Nord, in India today. However the corporate has now quietly rescheduled an equivalent and now customers are going to be ready to buy the handset on Transfiguration .
Apparently thanks to the ‘overwhelming response’ during the pre-orders, OnePlus has pushed the sale date so on meet the purchasers demands. Apart the open sale, customers who had ordered the smartphone and were promised a dispatch on August 4 could also witness delays.
OnePlus also confirms that the OnePlus Nord will receive software updates for two years and security updates for 3 years—this is in line with the costlier OnePlus 8 and therefore the OnePlus 8 Pro phones also.
As far because the cameras go, this leads the quad-camera setup at the rear with an equivalent 48-megapixel Sony IMX586 sensor that also does the photography duties within the OnePlus 8. This features a large f/1.75 aperture and optical image stabilization.
Front cameras are even more relevant than before since we are spending longer in video calls and video meetings lately , and there are the 32-megapixel and an 8-megapixel ultra-wide camera combining for your video calls and selfies.
The OnePlus Nord is priced at Rs 24,999 for the bottom variant with 6GB RAM and 64GB storage. this may be available only within the Onyx Grey colour option and therefore the only catch is, it goes on sale in September.