The modern budget model of the Chinese manufacturer will be the local premiere for chip The Snapdragon 765G Qualcomm - and will fight for the title of the cheapest smartphone that includes 256GB of storage and 12GB of memory Dynamic
Most of the global interest in OnePlus products right now is focused In the improved (partial) flagship model OnePlus 8T, But here in Israel it seems that we have a good reason to focus on the more popular brother OnePlus Nord, which is ready for its local launch A few months late after the initial international declaration - which should not prevent it from being relevant to consumers who do not want to pay over 2,000 shekels for their next upgrade.
OnePlus Nord features a 6.44-inch Super AMOLED (or Fluid AMOLED screen, if you prefer to stick to the specific self-branding) with a resolution of 1,080 × 2,400 pixels and a refresh rate of up to 90 Hz, chip Octagonal Snapdragon 765G with support for fifth-generation local market frequencies (n78 and n28), 4GB or 8GB dynamic LPDDR12X memory, 2.1GB or 128GB fast internal UFS storage, square rear photo array with 256-megapixel main sensor that enjoys a stabilization system Optical, dual front photo array, chip NFC built-in connectivity Wi-Fi 802.11ac Double Channel, Fingerprint scanner Built-in optical under the document and a 4,115mAh battery with support for fast Warp Charge 30T charging that returns 70 percent of capacity within half an hour.
You will receive all of these in a plastic frame with Gorilla Glass 5 cladding on the front and back, in blue or gray - at a starting recommended price of NIS 1,800 for a model with 128GB for storage and 8GB of RAM and for NIS 2,100 for a model with generous 256GB and 12GB of no less generous RAM, which will provide interesting competition for the Realme X3 SuperZoom model offered in the country with similar memory volumes (but also with chip Snapdragon 855 Plus without 5G support) at a price of NIS 2,000.
Availability of the base model with 128GB from the official local importer already exists, while practical availability of the advanced model with double storage volume is expected this weekend - and at the same time there are already several Israeli stores selling both versions based on parallel imports, with prices starting at slightly less than NIS 1,600 for 128GB of storage and a little less than NIS 2,000 for 256GB of storage and can serve as an interesting alternative to the popular Poco F2 Pro prices (which indeed enjoy more processing power thanks toSnapdragon 865 inside but also includes a display panel at a more basic refresh rate of only 60 Hz).
Does the support for 5G and the fast and generous storage in relation to the price make the Nord a winner, or is it better to invest a little more resources for greater processing power And a more durable metal casing? Feel free to tell us what you think of the ruling in the comments.