Gearbest offers a reduction that should be of interest to mobility enthusiasts, and more specifically to those looking for an accessible 5G smartphone. The OnePlus Nord N10 is indeed offered at € 276.21 in its 128 GB version with shipping from France .
And that is good. This is good, because the phone will arrive at your place faster and you will not have to face any customs fees. Shipments will also start on February 1, next week.
However, stocks are limited and there will not be enough for everyone.
The OnePlus Nord N10 at a knockdown price
OnePlus took a whole new turn last year by entering into a real diversification strategy. In a year of time, the brand has indeed launched the OnePlus 8, OnePlus 8 Pro, OnePlus North, OnePlus 8T, OnePlus N10 and OnePlus N100.
The last two are positioned in a mid-range segment, with the key to a more accessible price.
Be careful, however, because it is not because OnePlus has revised its prices downwards that these two models are of no interest. In reality, they go quite far and they are entitled to a polished look with, as a bonus, a very nice technical sheet.
The OnePlus N10 is therefore entitled to a beautiful borderless punched screen. The back is well worked and it incorporates a fingerprint reader. The whole is well balanced and there is also a very nice technical sheet behind.
The technical sheet in question is based on a 6.49-inch screen, a screen capable of displaying Full HD + and taking advantage of a refresh rate of 90 Hz. Which is ultimately quite rare for this price range.
Regarding the processor, we will find a Snapdragon 690 coupled with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage.
The rear photo module also has arguments to make and it offers a 64 mpx sensor, an 8 mpx sensor and two 2 mpx sensors. The front camera reaches 16 mpx and we also have a 4300 mAh battery compatible with the Warp Charge 30T.
But the terminal still has one advantage: 5G. Its modem supports it and it will therefore be able to take advantage of this new standard. The ROM is original and is available in several languages, including French. No problem either with 4G which supports all the usual bands, including B20 (800 MHz) and B28 (700 MHz).