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OnePlus Nord cheaper model (Lite BE2028) will be announced soon

OnePlus Nord Lite will be the cheapest phone from the company, taking the company back to its roots.

OnePlus has repeatedly mentioned how the Nord concept is inspired by the original OnePlus One. The device will be officially launched on July 21 with preorders already available on Amazon website. The final specs and design have already been leaked and we now know what to expect from this latest iteration.

Today, however, GeekBench listing shows another variant of the phone believed to be an OnePlus Nord cheaper model has shown up with mid-range specs while also most likely supporting 5G. OnePlus BE2028 is the model number of the device seen in the listing, the original OnePlus Nord comes with a model number AC2003.

OnePlus Nord cheaper model
OnePlus Nord cheaper model

The device features a Snapdragon 690 SoC which is paired with 6GB RAM. The Snapdragon 690 is a mid-range octa-core chip which also supports 5G. The OnePlus Nord cheaper model (let’s call it that for now) with this chip scored 609 points in the single-core test and 1728 points in the multi-core test. For comparison, the OnePlus Nord scored 604 and 1916 points respectively. This cheaper version of the OnePlus also comes with Android 10 out of the box.

OnePlus BE2028 model GeekBench
OnePlus BE2028 model GeekBench

The OnePlus BE2028 (OnePlus Nord T) could be another model of the OnePlus Nord which hasn’t been teased yet but could see a launch window same as the original Nord. To recall, OnePlus Nord will be a mid-range smartphone offering great specs and features for a competitive price. The device will feature a 90Hz display panel and run on a Snapdragon 765G which will enable 5G on the device. There will quad cameras at the back of the device with a primary 48 Megapixel sensor, one 8 Megapixel, one 5 Megapixel and another 2 Megapixel sensors. This will be the first device from the company offering dual front cameras as well. With the cheap model out in the open, we can now expect more 5G enabled devices from the company.

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