The launch of the OnePlus Nord N10 2 seems imminent

OnePlus Nord N10 2

The OnePlus Nord N10 5G wasn’t released until October 2020 (and went on sale in November), but the OnePlus Nord N10 2 – or whatever it’s called – could not be announced until October of this year. Whatever the successor’s name is, there are indications that it will be released soon.

Unfortunately, no additional information has been provided, but it’s worth noting that because we haven’t seen any certifications for the OnePlus Nord N10 2 in other parts of the world, it’s possible that it will only be available in parts of Asia at first.

After all, the OnePlus 9R was only recently released in India and has yet to be released globally. In other words, you may not be able to buy the OnePlus Nord N10 2 everywhere.

On the specification side

Anyway, although there are no details on the specs, the smartphone has already been leaked, hinting that the OnePlus Nord N10 2 has the same 6.49-inch display as the Nord N10, a plastic back shell, a metal frame, a triple-lens rear camera, and a front camera housed in a hole in the screen.

The rumour also suggests that it might not be a big upgrade, so maybe it won’t be the biggest loss if this smartphone isn’t widely available. The OnePlus Nord 2 could be more interesting, and it may land around the same time.

Image credit: OnePlus

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