The same week in which we analyzed the new OnePlus Nord CE arriving in Europe, the company announced the OnePlus Nord N200, a leaked terminal that, as expected, will be exclusive to the United States.
This model is a very economical device, especially in a market where cheap mobiles are by no means what they are in other countries like Europe.
Specifications OnePlus Nord N200
- Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 480.
- RAM memory: 4 GB.
- Internal storage: 64 GB.
- Micro SD: yes, up to 256 GB.
- Size: 6.49 inch.
- Resolution: FHD +.
- Technology: LCD.
- HDR10 +.
- 90Hz refresh rate.
- Main: 13 Mpx f / 2.2.
- Macro: 2 Mpx.
- Monochrome: 2 Mpx.
- Others: LED flash.
- 4G / LTE.
- Dual SIM.
- Bluetooth 5.1.
- Wi-Fi ac.
- Battery: 5,000 mAh.
- Fast charge: 18 W.
- USB-C port.
- 3.5mm jack.
- Dimensions: 163.1 x 74.9 x 8.3 mm.
- Weight: 1789 grams.
- Android version: 11.
- Manufacturer interface: Oxygen OS 11.
A terminal that focuses on the essential
Unlike Europe, the US market still hampers the reality that, in the entry range, mobiles are highly upgradeable. It is not the same situation as it was five years ago, but it has not progressed as much as on the old continent, in part due to the lack of Chinese brands.
This Nord N200 uses the Snapdragon 480, a processor that gives it 5G, a rare thing in the input range. It has 64 GB of internal memory expandable via microSD and also 4 GB of RAM.
The front camera is the one with the highest resolution, with 16 Mpx. The main rear is 13 Mpx and there are two 2 Mpx sensors, one macro and the other monochrome.
The screen measures just under 6.5 inches and although it has an FHD resolution, the technology is LCD. the refresh rate, yes it is 90 Hz.
The battery is 5000 mAh and has a fast charge of 18 W. It comes standard with Android 1 and Oxygen OS 11.
Pricing and availability
This model, as we mentioned, was designed for a specific market, the United States, where it claims to be the cheapest 5G mobile. It will be marketed on June 25 in its only 4 + 64 GB configuration for $ 240.
It can be purchased for free or from T-Mobile and Metro operators.
It remains to be seen whether this type of launch is maintained in the future after the announcement of the integration of OnePlus into OPPO.