OnePlus is set to launch the OnePlus 11 series sometime later this year or early 2023. The series will feature two phones with Qualcomm’s latest and most powerful, Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC. Amidst this, the OnePlus Nord N20 SE that was released in August in the US is now on sale in India. Also Read – OnePlus Buds Pro 2 leak reveals the design and features of the company’s next flagship earbuds
The smartphone is being sold on both popular online shopping sites, Flipkart and Amazon. The smartphone is listed with its specifications and is priced under Rs 15,000. Also Read – OnePlus 9RT Receives Stable Android 13 Update In India: Check Details
OnePlus Nord N20 SE is listed on Flipkart and Amazon
OnePlus Nord N20 SE is being sold on Flipkart as well as Amazon. It is priced at Rs 14,990 on Flipkart and Rs 14,588 on Amazon. This unofficial listing is likely because the brand did not reveal any details about the phone nor was it listed on the company’s official website. Also Read – Amazon announces Smartphone Upgrade Days sale: Check out the best deals here
Just for comparison, Nord 20 SE has been launched for $178.49, which is around Rs 14,500. Although the pricing in India is unofficial, it is in line with the pricing in the US.
OnePlus Nord N20 SE specifications
OnePlus Nord 20 SE is an entry-level smartphone with modern specs. It has a 6.56-inch punch-hole display with an HD+ resolution of 1612 x 720 pixels. It is an LCD panel with a 60Hz refresh rate.
It is powered by the MediaTek Helio G35 SoC, which is a pretty basic chipset for starters. The octa-core chipset is paired with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage.
For cameras, the smartphone has a dual camera system on the back with a 50MP main lens and a 2MP depth sensor. It has an 8MP front camera for taking selfies.
The device houses a large 5,000mAh battery with support for 33W SuperVOOC fast charging. For security, the phone has a side-mounted fingerprint scanner that provides additional security. It runs on Android 12 out of the box and has OxygenOS 12.1 on top.
It does not support 5G, in case you were wondering.
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