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OnePlus has announced its two new mid-range smartphones that follow up the earlier announced Nord – the N10 5G and the N100. With this hook, OnePlus will occupy a wider share of the market in the mid-range price sector, because the prices quoted are insane. 

As a reminder, you should know that the OnePlus Nord costs £379/€399 and the company doesn’t sell it in the US. The price tag for the new models are definitely lower: the N10 5G starts at £329 in the UK and €349 in Germany and is powered by a Snapdragon 690, while the N100 starts at £179 and €199 and is powered by a Snapdragon 460.

Techradar noted in its report that these models will even be delivered to North America. The release date for the N100 in the UK is November 10, and the N10 5G will arrive a little later the same month. 

OnePlus Nord N10 with 5G

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There’s plenty of text about the N10 5G, but what we 100 percent know is that it will come with 5G. Joking. We do know that the phone will have a 6.49-inch FHD+ display with a max 90Hz refresh rate. Maybe the higher refresh rate is no longer a flagship feature? 

The N10 is powered with a Snapdragon 690 chipset, which is good enough for the price. Also, it comes with 6GB RAM and 128GB of storage. 

The battery life is pretty big at 4,300mAh, and paired with the 30W charger gives you a high charging speed. 

On the back of the N10 you’ll see a quad camera set: a 64MP main sensor together with ultra-wide, macro, and monochrome ones, though without clear details about the resolution. The front camera has 16MP and perhaps that is all the news about this phone.

OnePlus Nord N100

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The cheapest handset in the lineup is the OnePlus Nord N100. The price tag stands for the cheapest OnePlus smartphone in a long time. 

The Nord N100 comes with a 6.52-inch screen. It’s got the Snapdragon 460 chipset under the hood. There’s also 4GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage.

The battery capacity is the thing you pay a major part of the price for: a 5.000mAh battery together with an 18W charger. It seems like this phone will work almost forever by the standards of modern smartphones.

So what we’ve got here are two cheaper OnePlus smartphones, without any information about selling in the US and with pretty attractive specs. Sure, we need to know more so we can give it a full rating. However, it seems like these phones will hold the position of the best cheap smartphones. Stay tuned and we’ll get back with more news.

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