- Today, OnePlus officially announced the OnePlus Nord N200.
- The phone is a direct follow-up to last year’s Nord N100 and is yet another Oppo rebrand.
- At $240, the phone is now one of the cheapest ways to get 5G access in the United States.
OnePlus may have just launched a new Nord phone — the OnePlus Nord CE — but it’s not done yet. Today, it launched another Nord device, but this time it’s very much a budget phone — and is actually coming to the United States.
The OnePlus Nord N200 is a $240 5G-capable device that’s a rebrand of the Oppo A93. It skips out on some of the OnePlus staples, such as the physical alert slider, but brings in an attractive design, some basic specs, and a very large battery.
Below, you’ll find the specs table for the phone as well as how and when you can buy it.
OnePlus Nord N200: The info you need
Make no mistake: this is a budget-level device. Considering it’s the sequel to the Nord N100 (which was, at that point, OnePlus’ cheapest phone ever), this shouldn’t be too surprising. However, for such a low price point, there are some notable features here, including a 5,000mAh battery, a triple-lens camera on the back, and a large display with a 90Hz refresh rate.
|OnePlus Nord N200|
Full HD+ resolution
90Hz refresh rate
|Processor||Qualcomm Snapdragon 480|
Expandable through microSD slot
No wireless charging
- 13MP wide
- 2MP depth
- 2MP macro
- 16MP wide
3.5mm headphone jack
microSD card slot
Dual-SIM, dual standby (DSDS)
|Networking||5G support (Sub6 only)|
|Security||Side-mounted fingerprint sensor|
No official IP rating
|Operating system||Oxygen OS 11|
Based on Android 11
The OnePlus Nord N200 lands on June 25, 2021, at 11:00 AM ET. It will cost $239.99 here in the US or $319.99 in Canadian dollars. OnePlus.com will carry the phone in its only color, branded as Blue Quantum.