An unannounced OnePlus Nord appeared on an ecommerce platform.
OnePlus just showed off its second top-of-the-line phone for the year, but it looks like a cheaper phone called the Nord has also arrived on the market.
The phone is called the OnePlus Nord N20 SE and is for sale on AliExpress (h/t GizmoChina). It has a 50 MP main camera, a 2 MP depth sensor, 33 W charging, and a 5000 mAh battery.
The OnePlus Nord N20, which came out in April with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 5G chip, seems to be better than the Nord N20 SE. The Mediatek Helio G35 chip is inside the new cheap phone. The two-year-old SoC has been used to power cheap phones like the Poco C31 and a number of Oppo and Xiaomi devices.
Like its older models, the Nord N20 SE is also priced reasonably. The phone with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage costs $199 on AliExpress, and sales start on August 8. It looks like Europe will be the first place to get the phone before it goes to other places.
The phone also has a 6.56-inch LCD screen, an 8MP front-facing camera, storage that can be expanded up to 1TB, Oxygen OS 12.1, a fingerprint sensor on the side, and face unlock.
The device is still not on the official OnePlus website. We’ll talk to the company to find out more about this. This isn’t the first time that a OnePlus phone has been for sale on AliExpress before it came out. Before its official debut, the same thing happened to the OnePlus Nord 2T.