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OnePlus Nord SE tip hints at the company’s new direction

OnePlus certainly seems to be entering a new chapter in its life, although there may be some apprehension about the decisions it has made so far. Expanding its portfolio, it has created a new line of mid-range Nord phones that are far below the usual OnePlus products. He also started to change his OxygenOS from the standard Android experience that his fans loved. A few weeks after announcing their newest Nord phones, they say the OnePlus is already getting ready for the next one, which will introduce at least one update on the line.

OnePlus promised that it would again launch affordable phones that made it popular, but it did not make its main product line accessible in that sense. Instead, it created the OnePlus Nord family, which now boasts three models, two of which barely stand out for a mid-range Android phone. Although the OnePlus Nord N10 and Nord N100 have not yet been shipped, Android Central has received the word about what may be known as OnePlus Nord SE.

Code-named “Ebba”, this phone will be another direct successor to the first OnePlus Nord. In fact, it may even have the same Snapdragon 765G chip that, next year, may already be out of date. At least it will also have the older phone’s AMOLED screen and not the Nord N10’s LCD panel.

The update will come on the 65W fast charge that was first seen on the OnePlus 8T last month. Along with a larger battery of 4,500 mAh, this would give the OnePlus Nord SE at least some cutting-edge qualities. The phone is expected to be announced shortly after the OnePlus 9 which, in turn, may debut in March next year.

Despite the battery charge and jump, the OnePlus Nord SE would be a very incremental upgrade compared to the OG OnePlus Nord. It may also be unavailable in the U.S. again. This shows a OnePlus that is shifting to a strategy that will fill the midrange phone market with multiple phones with incremental or small differences, just like any other smartphone manufacturer today.

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