OnePlus phones are considered to be comparable to Apple’s iPhones, which are significantly cheaper. Now the company is ready to introduce its cheapest 5G phone Nord N200.
OnePlus chief Pat Liu said in an interview that the Nord N200 5G will be the company’s cheapest smartphone, priced at less than 250 250 (over 38,000 Pakistani rupees).
The Nord N200 has a 6.5-inch LCD display with a 90 Hz refresh rate.
The company has also released a teaser image of the phone, which looks similar to the OnePlus 9 design.
There are 3 cameras visible on the back of the phone while a selfie camera has been given in the punch hole design on the front, but if the fingerprint scanner is nowhere to be seen, it is likely to be in the power button.
OnePlus has not announced any other features and availability date of the phone but it seems that it may be introduced soon.
The phone will compete with the Samsung A22 or A32 FiveG as well as the Real Mi8 FiveG.
OnePlus expects to be able to beat rival companies with the help of a powerful phone at a low price.