In December, Sandra Vogel from ZDNet published her review of the OnePlus Nord N10 5G with availability in Europe. Today the same phone appears along with the Nord N100 in the US from T-Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile. Availability begins January 15th.
With these two phones, we’re seeing a return to affordable options for OnePlus. After spending a couple of weeks with the Nord N10 5G, I can say that it is a great first phone for someone, or a great option for someone looking for a phone under $ 300 that also has 5G cellular networks in the USA supports.
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My favorite mid-range 5G smartphone is the Google Pixel 4a 5G, but that costs $ 200 more than the OnePlus Nord N10 5G, so the OnePlus option clearly offers a price advantage here. The phone has a large 6.49-inch 90 Hz display, Warp Charge 30T, a quad camera system, 6 GB of RAM, 128 GB of internal storage, a microSD card slot and a 3.5 mm Headphone jack.
The phone is made of plastic but the rear midnight ice blue color is very nice. The cameras won’t challenge the high-end flagship phones, but they will help you take decent social media photos and are reasonable for the starting price of $ 300.
Also: Google Pixel 4a 5G Review: Affordable 5G Phone With Stunning Camera Performance
The Nord N100 does not support 5G networks and has lower specifications in terms of processor, RAM, memory and camera. The price is almost half the cost of the Nord N10 5G, but it is $ 179.99. This makes the Nord N100 one of the most affordable phones currently available. With working remotely and fewer people on the go, it may be just what you need for cellular services and basic smartphone functionality.
These two new phones will be available from T-Mobile this month. However, from Friday, January 8th, they will also be activated at Best Buy, Amazon and B & H.