Newly leaked renders show the OnePlus Nord 3 from every conceivable aspect, and boy, is it gorgeous! The OnePlus Nord 3 is now one of the most highly awaited mobile devices on the market, and it is the company’s most recent flagship product. Therefore, as a result of recent leaks, we are aware of practically all there is to know about that phone at this point, including renderings of its whole design.
The renderings were created by Roland Quandt of WinFuture, and you may view them in all their glory below:
The design appears to be very consistent with what we’ve seen on past lower OnePlus entrants, with two camera modules in the shape of circles located on the back of the device. There are two flash modules located on the otherwise clean back of the device. The rear panel reveals its flat sides, with the left side housing the conventional volume controls and the right side housing the power button in addition to a cool alert slider. The rear of the device features two flash modules.
The primary sensor, which is reported to be 50 megapixels, is housed in one of the camera modules, while the other module has an ultra-wide lens with 8 megapixels and a macro lens with 2 megapixels. That’s very remarkable, don’t you think?
Let’s delve into more details about what specs and features we might get to see on the OnePlus Nord 3!
Recent rumors and leaks suggest that the OnePlus Nord 3 will have a sleek display that measures 6.74 inches and has a resolution of 2772 by 1240 pixels and a refresh rate of 120 hertz (Hz). That’s quite reasonable! The OnePlus Nord 3 is said to be powered by a MediaTek CPU, namely the Dimensity 9000 model, which is paired with up to 16GB of RAM and 256GB of storage space (the basic model would have a combination of 8/128).
We do not know how much the OnePlus Nord 3 will cost, when it will be available for purchase, or even which areas it will be sold in. Because its predecessor was never sold in the US, it is unlikely that this one will either, although it is possible that it will be available in Europe.