OnePlus Is Gearing up to Release Yet Another Device Later This Month

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New rumors suggest that OnePlus is going to have a very busy road ahead. The company will launch not one not two but six new phones by the end of September. We already saw the launch of the OnePlus 10 Pro globally in March. The device was available for purchase in the first week of April. Now, the company has announced an event on April 28 with the tagline “More Power To You”. In the event, the company will unveil an “array of OnePlus devices.”

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OnePlus new devices specifications

According to leaks, the OnePlus 10R is nothing but a rebranded Realme GT Neo 3 with a 6.7-inch FHD+ 120Hz AMOLED display. It will also feature a MediaTek chipset. In the camera department, the device will feature a triple-rear camera setup, including a 50MP primary camera, an 8MP ultra-wide lens, and a 2MP macro camera. Plus, it will pack a 4,500mAh battery. The most notable aspect of the device will be the support for 150W charging speeds Plus, OnePlus could release a bigger 5,000mAh cell with slightly slower 80W fast charging support.

The other device set to launch is Nord CE 2 lite. It is a budget mid-range device with a Snapdragon 695 chipset, a 6.59-inch display, and a 64P primary camera. Basically, it is a watered-down variant of the Nord CE 2. Even though the Nord CE 2 wasn’t that great of a device; it did offer a good price-to-performance ratio to the users. Now, the Nord CE 2 should carry an even lesser price tag than its sibling. Moreover, none of the aforesaid devices will include an Alert Slider and the usual stable feature of OnePlus phones.

It is important to note that, OnePlus might not release these in the US or Europe.

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