OnePlus Nord N200 5G is now official, and keeping the weirdly long name aside, this is the cheapest 5G phone that the brand currently offers. In the North American market, this phone will sell for $239.99, so for a price under $250, you are getting a device with a 90Hz Full-HD+ LCD, Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 5G SOC, a big 5,000mAh battery with 18W fast charging, and OxygenOS 11. The same chipset powers the new Moto G Stylus 5G, but that phone goes for $399.
As the name suggests, this is the successor of the OnePlus Nord N100 of last year, which was a 4G phone with a 720p display, Snapdragon 460, a 5,000mAh battery, and more. Speaking of the upgrades that the Nord N200 brings, it bumps up the resolution from 720p to Full-HD+ and the refresh rate to 90Hz. The 6.49-inch display remains LCD, though. The chipset is Snapdragon 480, which is the first 5G SOC under the 400-series from Qualcomm. There is 4GB of RAM and 64GB storage that can be expanded via a microSD card.
On the rear, there is a triple camera setup that includes a primary 13 Megapixel shooter paired with two 2 Megapixel sensors. There is a 16 Megapixel camera for selfies placed in a hole-punch cutout on the top left corner.
Well, there is only one storage option and also one color option for the North American market. The price, as mentioned in the beginning, is $239.99, and you will be able to grab one via Amazon, B&H, T-Mobile, Metro, Best Buy, etc. As OnePlus revealed in its blog post, this is a phone exclusive to the North American market, so we are not expecting it to make its way to markets like Europe or India.