It's quite surprising to encounter nowadays smart devices that are not updated and upgraded once every six months - so the OnePlus Nord N10 5G launched a whole year ago can certainly be considered an "old man" who must inherit as soon as possible. This heir now appears in a series of high-quality informal digital adaptations from OnLeaks (In collaboration with 91mobiles.com), Including specifications with some important improvements.
The OnePlus Nord N20 5G is supposed to offer users a panel AMOLED Of 6.43 inches as a replacement for the 6.49-inch IPS panel in the current generation. AMOLED / OLED screens are considered by most to be of superior quality over screens with various LCD technologies, thanks to maximum brightness and better contrast - and with a bonus in the form of the ability to combine Fingerprint scanner Optically hidden under the display, which the manufacturer will happily embrace even in this case, ostensibly.
The screen on the Nord N20 will maintain the same 2,400 × 1,080 pixel resolution as on the Nord N10, with a display refresh rate of up to 90 Hz that exists in the current version should be the minimum base in the next generation logically as well - with theoretical potential for display speed as well Increased up to 120 Hz, although so far we have no real information about it from a network source.
The second important improvement in the Nord N20 will be in the transition to using a fresh octagonal Snapdragon 695 chip Recently announced alongside three others, With a pair of advanced Kryo 660 Gold cores at 2.2GHz and six more Kryo 660 SIlver cores at a frequency of up to 1.7GHz, an accelerated graphics Adreno 619 core, a dual-channel LPDDR4X memory controller and more. chip It will certainly be more advanced than theSnapdragon 690 on which the Nord N10 was based, and it should also be stronger than theSnapdragon 750G andSnapdragon 768G, and probably also more efficient than all of these thanks to being based on an up-to-date manufacturing process of 6 nm fromTSMC.
The design of the Nord N20, at least according to the adaptations we have, will be rectangular and 'sharper' than the previous generation with the aim of reducing the thickness by providing a small individual bulge for each photo sensor at the back, instead of creating a larger island bulge for all the sensors together as Which is currently common in the market. However, assuming that the Nord N20 reports that it will include a 48-megapixel main sensor alongside a pair of secondary 2-megapixel sensors for depth perception and macro photography - there is no small chance that the reduction in dimensions will come at the expense of photo quality and capabilities.
The mid-range smartphone on the way will probably include 128GB of storage as a base, alongside 6GB or 8GB of dynamic memory, chip Built-in NFC, dual speakers, system Android Up-to-date 12 straight out of the box and a 16-megapixel selfie sensor inside a 'hole' recess on the left side of the screen. We do not yet have information about the battery volume or charging speed of the Nord N20, but we certainly hope to get an upgrade in this feature as well, compared to a battery with a capacity of 4,300mAh which is not particularly exciting, alongside charging 30 watts, in the Nord N10 sold in stores in Israel today at prices Of starting at approximately NIS 950.
It is not yet clear whether theOnePlus North N20 5G Will arrive in stores in the short time left before the end of 2021, or like quite a few other smart devices will get a launch delay to early next year to allow for a larger amount of components in short supply which are necessary for mass production worthwhile.