CE stands for Core Edition, which means OnePlus is eliminating fluffy smartphone features.
If you’re sick and tired of gimmicks on phones (and paying extra for them), check out OnePlus’ latest offering: the OnePlus Nord Core Edition.
The Chinese company just announced this stripped-down version of its best-selling versionAt a launch event on Thursday. It’s called the Nord Core Edition (CE), possibly because it focuses on the “core” features of the original (plus a few more), and aims to really elevate your day-to-day experience.
Those features include a bigger battery (4,500mAh), a smooth AMOLED display (90Hz), a Snapdragon 750G 5G processor with fast charging, which OnePlus claims juices the battery from 0 to 70% in just 30 minutes. is. It’s the same charging time as the earlier Nord, but this battery is bigger.
Realreleased last summer, was a big deal for OnePlus. Thanks to a mix of affordable pricing backed by popular features like 5G and fast charging, it became the best-selling OnePlus device in Europe, and has since sold over a million Nord units in the region according to the company.
Other notable Nord CE features include the humble headphone jack, a popular feature especially at its “budget” price range. The camera is a triple-lens module, which includes the main 64-megapixel shooter, 8-megapixel wide angle and a monochrome sensor. To save cost, OnePlus used polycarbonate (or plastic) for the sides and glass for the back. Not Gorilla Glass, the gold standard for smartphones.
The Nord CE is set for release in the UK, wider Europe and India, where it will start at £299 (about $420, AU$550) for the base variant, and £399 ($560, AU$730) for the base variant. Will compete. High storage version. The price for India is likely to be lower.
- Display: 6.43-inch AMOLED, Full HD, 90Hz
- Software: Oxygen 11 (built on Android 11)
- Updates: Two years of software updates; three years of security updates
- RAM/Storage: 8/128GB; 12/256GB
- Thickness: 7.9mm
- Price: £299 ($420, AU$550); £399 ($560, AU$730) *USD and AUD prices are converted to USD. has been converted from