oneplus nord n300

The most popular smartphone with an enhanced growth value, the OnePlus Nord N200, only has 18W fast charging, which is not the industry standard. With its successor, the OnePlus Nord N300, OnePlus is already establishing a reputation as a manufacturer of 33W-charging smartphones.

OnePlus Nord N300 Rumored Specifications

The company is unveiling some of the OnePlus Nord N300 specifications in the meanwhile to inspire users’ interest and excitement. And according to the information, the 33W fast charging feature for the OnePlus Nord N300, which will debut in November (Tipster), is an important feature that has already been made public.

This fast charging technology is a bit faster than we have previously seen in mid-range, low-cost devices, even though fast charging is standard. This indicates that the company is about to break its record.

The Nord N300 will also include a MediaTek CPU and a display with a refresh rate of up to 90 Hz. Unfortunately, the company has only provided a few details about the upcoming phone. We can only hope that the company will offer a solid Nord entry.

Let’s look at the OnePlus Nord N200 specs to see what the company has in preparation for its customers. Most likely, this smartphone will be available everywhere in November. But there’s a twist: internal testing for the phone has started in India under a different name.

This implies that the OnePlus N300 will go by a different name for Indian users and will be available in Black and Blue colour options. In the 4GB/64GB storage option as well.

Notably, the company won’t provide any pricing information, although we may anticipate it may cost $300(Rs 24,000) less than its predecessor. The company will bring the necessary specifications at a price that most people can afford.

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