The debut of the new mid-range OnePlus Nord 3 seems to be upon us; the device has just been spotted on the brand’s official website, but what do we know about this terminal?
Will OnePlus Nord 3 be the rebrand of the midrange OnePlus Ace 2V?
Pete Liu’s Chinese OEM is preparing to unveil the new mid-range smartphone soon; we have reached the third edition of the Nord range and this model will be released in all markets. A few hours ago it was spotted at the Indian site of the company and this suggests that it will be announced very soon. It has also been seen at the BIS certification portal.
From the leaked information however, we see that it will be a phone – as they say – “already seen”. Nord 3 could be the rebrand of the current OnePlus Ace 2V released in China recently.
So yes, the OnePlus Nord 3 5G is launching soon in India. Have spotted the device on the company’s Indian website. Nord Buds 2r will likely tag along.#OnePlus #OnePlusNord3 pic.twitter.com/MhfarBdab3
— Mukul Sharma (@stufflistings) May 12, 2023
Among other things, the future OnePlus Nord 3 has also been spotted at the TKDN database. Since it will be the rebrand (probably) of the current Ace 2V, we assume that it will present the IR blaster for wireless control of household appliances, but not only. It will have a 6.74-inch FullHD + OLED screen, will have a MediaTek Dimensity 9000 processor under the body, supported by 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of internal memory. There will be a 5000 mAh battery with 80W fast charging support. The whole will be completed by a photographic module consisting of three sensors, with the main one from 64 Megapixels. Previously however, there will be a 16 mpx selfiecam.
When will it be revealed? Good question: at the moment we only assume that it will arrive on the international market soon, but there is no official date. Stay connected with us to find out.
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