OnePlus Nord leaked images reveal design, AMOLED display officially confirmed

The OnePlus Nord is coming on July 21 and we already know a few of its specs through leaks and official teasers

OnePlus Nord leaked images reveal design, AMOLED display officially confirmed

By Sagar 

OnePlus also gave us a glimpse of the smartphone through a promo video and today a couple of images of the Nord have been shared by reliable leakster Evan Blass which give us a very clear look at the smartphone.

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As you can see, the OnePlus Nord will pack a display with a pill-shaped hole in the top-left corner for the dual camera setup, which from a previous leak we know will be a combination of a 32MP wide and 8MP ultrawide angle units.

OnePlus’ official Instagram account for Nord posted a meme and confirmed the smartphone will pack an AMOLED display.

Additionally, a promo page on Amazon.in indirectly confirmed the panel will come with a high refresh rate. An exact value isn’t specified but it’s safe to say it will be a 90Hz panel considering the phone is a mid-ranger and not a flagship.

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Moving on the back of the OnePlus Nord, we get a quad camera setup aligned vertically in the upper-left corner, which will comprise a 48MP main, 8MP ultrawide, 5MP macro and 2MP depth sensor units.

Other things we can discern from these images are the volume rocker on the left side of the smartphone and the power button and alert slider on the right.

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In a post on Facebook, OnePlus confirmed the Nord will pack a total of six cameras and the company has previously confirmed the smartphone will have a Snapdragon 765G SoC under the hood and come with Optical Image Stabilization.

We expect OnePlus to reveal more about the Nord in the days leading to the July 21 unveiling in a bid to build more hype around its 2020 mid-ranger.

Originally published at Gsm Arena

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