Back in February, we learned a bit about the upcoming OnePlus Nord 3 device, and perhaps the main highlight is represented by the 50MP OIS camera. The rest of the specs don’t exactly indicate a flagship phone, but even so, new information reveals that OnePlus Nord 3 will have an even better processor than we initially thought.
MySmartPrice has spotted the OnePlus Nord 3 smartphone on Geekbench, and there are plenty of reasons to be hyped if you’re among those waiting to purchase the device. OnePlus Nord 3 reached some impressive scores: 1552 for single-core and 4253 for multi-core score.
OnePlus Nord 3 will also run on the Android 13 OS out of the box, which is a bit surprising considering that some phones are already getting the newest Android 14 update.
OnePlus is preparing to launch the OnePlus Nord 3 in India, which is speculated to actually be a rebranded version of the OnePlus Ace 2V from China. The Nord 3 will likely offer impressive specifications, such as up to 16GB of RAM, making it the highest in the Nord series. Furthermore, let’s admit: 16GB of RAM for a smartphone sounds crazy, but it’s still very tempting.
The recent Geekbench listing reveals that the device will likely be powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 9000 SoC and run on Android 13 with Oxygen OS 13. It is anticipated that the device will also feature a 50MP main camera instead of the 64MP sensor that exists in the Chinese counterpart.
You shouldn’t definitely expect the OnePlus Nord 3 to be cheap as chips. The phone is predicted to be priced somewhere between Rs 30,000 and Rs 32,000 in India, which translates to between $363 to $387. The upcoming OnePlus Nord 3 clearly offers a compelling option for the upper mid-range smartphone segment, which means that you should definitely consider buying it if you’re not necessarily into flagship models.