The OnePlus Nord series has just been enlarged by another model. The manufacturer presented the Nord 2T, which was improved compared to its predecessor.
When it comes to launches in the smartphone sector, the end of May is full of news. Of course, the most notable of these include the launch of the new Qualcomm chipsets, but we also got some interesting models, and others will be released in the next few days. One of the premieres that are behind us is the one from OnePlus.
The Nord 2T enters the market
This model is a direct successor to the Nord 2, which was launched in July. Perhaps it would be better to say that it is an upgrade, as is the case with other OnePlus “T” models. The smartphone is unlikely to come to the US, but it will certainly appear in Europe and the UK, as well as in other parts of the world.
The main improvements include the processor, charging and the front camera. Instead of Dimensity 1200 from Nord 2, we have Dimensity 1300 here, which in turn is to improve battery life and speed up the device. The 4500mAh battery supports 80W charging (in comparison, the Nord 2 has a 65W charging. The third most important improvement is the transfer of the selfie camera from the OnePlus 10 Pro, which means that the Nord 2T has a 32-megapixel sensor.
The rest of the specification is basically the same as the predecessor. The 6.43 inch OLED panel supports a 90Hz refresh rate. The processor is supported by a maximum of 12 GB of RAM and up to 256 GB of built-in memory, and there is still no headphone jack and a slot for a microSD card on board. On the back there is a triple configuration with a 50 Mpix main unit (OIS, Sony IMX766), an 8 Mpix ultra wide angle lens and a 2 Mpix sensor.
When it comes to prices, the 8/128 GB variant is expected to cost 430 euros in Europe (about PLN 1,990), and for the 12/256 GB variant you will have to pay EUR 537, i.e. ~ 2485 PLN.