OnePlus Nord N10 and N100: Detailed announcement

OnePlus Nord N10 and N100: OnePlus just pulled off another pair of 2020 smartphones. The phones are budget entries in the brand new Nord series, ending up as the N10 and N100. The former sits right below the OnePlus Nord in specs and value, while the latter is the lowest the company has ever hit in specs / value.

The N10 starts at £ 329 / € 329 (~ $ 429) while the N100 costs £ 179 / € 179 (~ $ 233). Both will be available in the UK and Europe. Ultimately, they will land in North America, although OnePlus has not yet released any specific information on the release dates.


OnePlus Nord N10 and N100
OnePlus Nord N10 and N100
  • OnePlus today announced two new budget smartphones: the OnePlus Nord N10 and the Nord N100.
  • The phones mark the return of the headphone jack and the brand’s first phones with a microSD card slot.
  • The new Nords will be launched in Europe and the UK first, but both will eventually land in North America.

OnePlus Nord N10 and N100 specifications

OnePlus Nord N10 OnePlus Nord N100
display 6.49 in
Full HD + resolution
90Hz refresh rate
6.52 in
HD + resolution
60Hz refresh rate
processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 690 Qualcomm Snapdragon 460
R.A.M. 6 GB 4GB
warehouse 128 GB internal
microSD support (up to 512 GB)
64 GB internal
microSD support
power 4,300mAh battery
Warp Charge 30T wired charging
5,000mAh battery
18W wired charging
Ports microSD slot
3.5 mm headphone jack
Dual SIM (Europe and UK)
Single SIM (North America)
microSD slot
3.5 mm headphone jack
Dual SIM (Europe and UK)
Single SIM (North America)
Cameras Back:
64MP main
13MP ultra-wide
2MP macro
2MP monochromeFront:
13MP main
2MP bokeh
2MP macroFront:
safety Rear fingerprint sensor Rear fingerprint sensor
Connectivity 5G + 4G LTE 4G only
operating system Android 10
Oxygen OS 10.5
Android 10
Oxygen OS 10.5
Dimensions and weight 164.9 x 65.1 x 8.49 mm
163 x 74.7 x 8.95 mm
190 g
Colours Midnight ice cream Midnight frost
Availability United Kingdom
North America
United Kingdom
North America

OnePlus’ lineup just got really confusing

Of the two new devices, the OnePlus Nord N100 makes the most sense. It touches a segment of budget buyers who previously avoided OnePlus simply because it didn’t offer them anything. With the N100, you can try Oxygen OS for an incredibly affordable price (even if it’s based on Android 10).

However, the N10 is a lot lower than the OnePlus Nord, but costs just £ 50 less. If someone thinks of the Nord N10, they might as well put in extra cash and get a phone that is better by just about any metric. The main north also has the signature OnePlus alarm regulator that both the N10 and N100 seem to lack. OnePlus would not confirm or reject for us if the alarm regulator is a function of one of the two phones.

When the phones land in the US, however, it will be a little different. Since the OnePlus Nord was not introduced here, the Nord N10 in particular will fill an empty niche in the market.

This version marks by far the majority of phones OnePlus has launched in a year. It will be very interesting to see how the company is handling the transition from a pure flagship brand to a more comprehensive company.

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