The OnePlus Nord was announced a week ago, yet the Nord phone is only the first Nord product in a line that is yet to come. So in case you’re wondering what the following gadget in the recently settled family will be, well, it would seem that it’s also a phone. Shocking, we know.
Not at all like the first Nord, that is constrained in accessibility to Europe and India (in any event for now), the following Nord will make it to North American markets too, according to CEO Carl Pei addressing Wired. The course of events for the dispatch is “in the not so distant future”.
An OnePlus Nord is gone to the US, maybe powered by the Snapdragon 690
That handset might be powered by the as of late disclosed Snapdragon 690 chipset, Qualcomm’s soon-to-be least expensive offering with 5G. The chip producer needs to go down in cost from the 765/768 family (also utilized in the Nord), so as to compete better with MediaTek’s Dimensity 800/820.
Along these lines, the following OnePlus Nord might be considerably less expensive than the current Nord. Furthermore, be accessible in the US. The SoC information comes from some delving into the most recent version of OxygenOS 10.5 for the Nord, performed by the folks at XDA-Developers.
They found a few references to an upcoming OnePlus smartphone codenamed Billie, just as numerous calls to a method called “isSM6350Products” in the OxygenOS Settings application. SM6350, by chance, is Qualcomm’s inner designation of the Snapdragon 690. That method checks the model of the gadget and returns valid in the event that it matches BE2025, BE2026, BE2028, or BE2029.
Those are generally versions of the equivalent upcoming model, in light of OnePlus’ typical naming plan, where “BE” could represent Billie Eilish. That is not as crazy as it sounds – the current Nord’s AC2001 and AC2003 model numbers have the “air conditioner” representing Avicii, so the music star subject is quite real in OnePlus’ codename game.