OnePlus Nord N30 is official with 108 MP camera and Snapdragon 695


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OnePlus announced its newest mid-range smartphone. The so-called Nord N30 5G seems to be just a renamed version of the already known Nord CE 3 Lite, highlighting the 108 MP main rear camera.

Visually, the smartphone has an identical design to its brother, very simple, with two circles on the back cover where its three cameras are. It has flat sides and, at the front, has a centralized circular cutout to store the front camera at the top of the screen.

The smartphone has a 6.72-inch screen with IPS LCD technology, with Full HD resolution and support for a refresh rate of 120 Hz — thus, the content displayed on the panel becomes more fluid, with movements and navigation in the menus more smooth.

Its chipset is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 695, an intermediate platform from the company, combined with 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of internal storage space. It has Android 13 installed at the factory and supports 5G networks.

Regarding its cameras, the Nord N30 5G has a 108 MP main camera, which is one of its main highlights, combined with a secondary 2 MP depth sensor and another tertiary for macro photography with the same 2 MP. On the other hand, the manufacturer opted for a 16 MP camera for selfies and video calls.

It has a 5,000 mAh battery with support for fast charging at 50 W and, finally, supports memory expansion via micro SD, P2 connection for headphones and a side fingerprint reader integrated into the power button.

price and availability

The OnePlus Nord N30 5G was revealed only in gray color, and is available in the United States and Canada with an official price of 299 dollars. This translates to approximately BRL 1,470 in direct conversion and without the addition of national taxes. As OnePlus does not operate in Brazil, the chances of it being sold here are low.

OnePlus Nord N30 5G: technical sheet

Source: XDA Developers