The generational change brought a more advanced chipset, better display, and 5G capability.
So far, OnePlus has only been launched in the US and Canada, which has been pretty modest. North N100 Behind it, which has clearly evolved in several important aspects, but the camera system that is the Achilles heel of the device has not been replaced. The main 13-megapixel Megamardt camera with two additional 2-megapixel sensors, although the more advanced ISP in the new chipset may help replace the Snapdragon 460 with the 8nm Snapdragon 480 with a 5G modem.
The system memory is 4 GB LPDDR4X and the internal storage is 64 GB UFS 2.1, the latter can be expanded using microSD. In addition to 5G, data connectivity has been expanded with NFC, which in this form can already be a sufficient counterweight to seemingly modest shooting capabilities, stereo speakers and a 3.5mm jack are an obvious plus point.
as slightly smaller exports (163.1 x 74.9 x 8.3 mm) and increased resolution even with a smaller screen. The 90Hz image refresh remained, but the 6.49-inch LTPS IPS panel was given FHD + resolution, which translates to a very convincing 406 ppi pixel density. The front camera enters the screen in the usual place, but this time with a 16-megapixel resolution.
The battery remained at 5,000mAh despite the slightly smaller size, which can still explain 18W of power. The OnePlus Nord N200 5G is currently only available in the US and Canada with a single memory allotment for $239, which translates to nearly $83,000.