OnePlus’ upcoming budget smartphone OnePlus Nord N300 5G can be launched soon. A big disclosure has reportedly been made by the company about its launch timeline. Apart from the launch date, the company has given some information about its specifications. Fresh information says that the phone will launch next month. It will be the successor to the OnePlus Nord N200 that was launched in June last year. The phone has received FCC certification in June this year. Along with this, information about the phone’s display, processor and charging features has also been revealed.
OnePlus Nord N300 5G is reported to be launched in November. A company spokesperson has given this information to a media journal. Along with this, some specifications of the phone have also been told. Company spokesperson Spencer Blank recently made a statement to a media journal, in which he said that OnePlus Nord N300 5G is going to be launched in North America in November. It will be the successor of OnePlus Nord N200. Describing further about the phone, he also gave information about its specifications.
Talking about the specifications of OnePlus Nord N300 5G, it is being said that it will have MediaTek processor. The display is said to have a 90Hz refresh rate. Report It has also been said that it will come with 33W fast charging support. This feature is rarely seen in affordable smartphones. Even flagship smartphones like iPhone 14 Pro, Samsung Galaxy S22 And Pixel 7 Pro In this too fast charging feature has not been given. The company has not yet given any information about the price of the phone, but it is certain that it will be presented as a big competitor in the budget segment. It is also not clear whether it will be launched in other markets of the world other than North America.
One special thing about OnePlus Nord N300 5G is that it will be the first OnePlus phone to be launched in North America with MediaTek processor. The phone has been previously spotted on the FCC certification site with model number CPH2389. This listing also confirms that it will see 6 5G bands n2, n25, n41, n66, n71 and n77.