OnePlus is one of the only few Chinese smartphone manufacturing brands to have a presence in the United States market. It offers some products that are often great value for the asking price.
Recently, OnePlus launched its Nord CE 3 Lite, which is a new addition to its Nord CE series. For the record, devices under the Nord CE series by OnePlus fall in the lower portion of the price spectrum.
Now, OnePlus is all set to launch the same phone in the United States, but with a different name. Its appearance on the list of supported devices for Google Play confirms this. The device in question will be a successor to the OnePlus Nord N20.
- Screenshot from Google Play Console
OnePlus Nord N30 5G — Rebranded OnePlus Nord CE 3 Lite
Now let us take a look at the specifications of this device. It will feature what is probably the most popular 5G chipset in this price range, that is, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 695. The device will also have a Full HD+ screen that will refresh at a maximum rate of 120 Hz. The display will be an LCD panel.
Speaking of photography, it will sport a 108 MP sensor for the primary camera. That will be accompanied by two more sensors, 2 MP each, for the macro camera and the depth sensor. And, stating the obvious, it will run on Android 13 with Oxygen OS 13.1, the latest OnePlus software skin.
The device will have a 5000 mAh battery with up to 67-watt charging support to power all of this. A 67-watt charging brick would likely, and hopefully, be included in the box.
Lastly, please note that the above-mentioned specifications are a mixture of what was seen on the Google Play listing and the OnePlus Nord CE 3 Lite specifications. Therefore, changes can be seen in the final device once OnePlus makes the launch official.