OnePlus is on a roll this year. The company has already launched a bunch of new smartphones, and there are even more in the pipeline. After a bunch of high-end and mid-range devices, the company is readying a replacement for its low-end device, the OnePlus Nord N200 5G. Apparently, the OnePlus Nord N300 5G is coming very soon. The alleged device has passed FCC certification bearing model number CPH2389. The device is believed to be launched as the OnePlus Nord N300 5G. This device will be exclusive to customers in North America, just like the OnePlus Nord N200 5G was. The FCC listing confirms support for six 5G bands.
Alleged OnePlus Nord N300 5G specs
Unfortunately, there is not much information about the device at the moment. The only information available suggests that the device will bring a Full HD+ resolution screen. Since this is a mid-range device, we’ll likely see it sporting an LCD screen with a 90Hz refresh rate. Again, OnePlus may stick with Qualcomm for the processor in this particular smartphone. . On top of that, rumors suggest a base variant with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. A strange rumor suggests that the device runs Android 11 OS. That’s subject to change until release, after all, there’s no point in a big brand like OnePlus launching a device with outdated software. We’re expecting a three-camera setup with a simple combination of a tall main camera and two pods for macro and depth sensing. Also, the battery will likely have a huge capacity, but charging will likely be limited to 33W, best-case scenario, of course.
The OnePlus Nord N300 5G is expected to hit the market in the second half. The price of the device could be around $240 when released in the US and Canada.