OnePlus Nord N10 Successor Might Receive Some Changes

No Announcement has been made on The OnePlus 9, something that we all expect to happen in just a few days, but rumors are already stirring up with news about the company’s next mid-range phone. OnePlus Nord N10 Successor Might Receive Some Changes. Not just the OnePlus Nord 2, but also the OnePlus Nord N10 2 or whatever they choose to call the next-gen phone.

Not much is known about the latter, although, but if these fresh unofficial renders are anything that you can go by, that Nord N10 successor is not going to get the crowd surprised as the first one did.

OnePlus Nord N10 Successor Might Receive Some Changes

Unless you decide to take into consideration the details of the change that took place, it might just be too easy for you to pass off these renders as having no difference entirely. But at least when it comes to the overall appearance and even dimensions, the OnePlus Nord N10 2, for lack of a better name, from @OnLeaks appears to be disappointingly familiar.

Things that never change with the smartphone include the glossy plastic back and the flat 6.49-inch screen accommodated with a corner punch-hole camera. The thick chin also remains the same, unfortunately. The one important and good thing that still remains the same is that there’s still a headphone jack as well.

Also, there are some noticeable changes in the smartphone, and the biggest and the most notable is the absence of the fingerprint sensor on the back. That has been placed not below the screen, but under the power button off to the side. The camera bump, while still holding on to the same design, also loses one sensor.

There will of course be some improvements made inside but it might best not to expect too much, especially when it comes to this price tier. If the leaks that came early for the OnePlus Nord 2 are any indication, OnePlus might stand to be opting for MediaTek processors for the Nord line in the long run.

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