OnePlus Nord N300 5G may have just received FCC certification.

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A new phone from OnePlus with the model number CPH2389 was recently approved by the FCC. It might be the identical Nord N300 5G.

Back in the day, the OnePlus was dubbed the “flagship killer,” and many industry insiders discussed how it may unseat Apple and Samsung. The Chinese manufacturer, which focuses on making mid-range handsets at affordable costs, hasn’t completely moved past those times, either. The company’s most recent product is the Nord N300 5G, which is now listed on the FCC.

The Nord N300, according to the report, is a replacement for the Nord 100 and Nord N200 5G. Additionally, the North American market will be the sole launch market. The phone supports 5G connectivity, according to the FCC.

Advertisement A MID-RANGE PHONE WITH A COMPETITIVE PRICE IS THE ONEPLUS NORD N300. You shouldn’t anticipate the Nord N300 5G to have a strong processor or a numerous camera configuration because it doesn’t strive to break the bank. It can, however, compete with its contemporaries in the mid-range market. The Nord N300’s MSRP was roughly $240, thus a significant price increase is unlikely.

Regarding the OnePlus Nord N300’s other specifications, nothing is yet known. According to unconfirmed rumors, the phone might have a Snapdragon processor, an FHD display, 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage. The default OS also comes with the choice of Android 11. The launch date is still a mystery.

In addition to the Nord N300, OnePlus is working on a number of premium devices to keep up with the market. OnePlus will soon release the OnePlus 10 and OnePlus 10T 5G. The OnePlus 10 Pro has already been released by the firm, and an unveiling event is scheduled for July. One of the few Chinese manufacturers with a possibility to compete in the US market is OnePlus. Therefore, it wants to make the most of this chance.

Advertisement Nothing, a new firm formed by former company co-founder Carl Pei, could compete with OnePlus in the US market. The Nothing phone (1), according to the most recent reports, might never make it to the US.

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