News about the OnePlus Nord has been circulating the web for a while now and one of the latest we’ve got is that the device will be released by July 21st. Considering the launch of the new product, OnePlus executives have been allowing interviews to media publishers where they revealed some cool features to expect by the time the device finally makes it out to the market later on this month.
One of the revelations of the OnePlus Nord release includes a particular specification which the company confirmed on their Instagram account through a post showing the device will sport a 105 degree ultra-wide selfie camera which will basically capture a really wide area when implemented.
OnePlus initially created an account which was meant to be for the forth coming mid-ranger . The account name was then “OnePlusLiteZThing” which was then later on changed to “OnePlus.Nord”.
This is the account where the company had been teasing out some interesting specifications of the device using short animations and that is where the 105 degree ultra-wide front facing sensor came out from.
While nothing much was said about the sensor of the OnePlus Nord other than the 105 degree wide angle it can capture, leaks has it the device would sport a dual front facing camera which includes a 32MP wide and 8MP ultrawide cameras. And since cameras are one of the unique features in OnePlus devices aside their durable hardware materials, this isn’t far fetched.
The company even revealed officially the quad-camera setup at the back of the device which includes a 48MP primary sensor with OIS and then another 8MP ultra-wide angle sensor, a 5MP macro sensor and then a smaller 2MP depth sensor.
Because it’s a mid-ranger, it is confirmed the OnePlus Nord will sport the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G chipset as well as 5G network capability.
What else would be more interesting about the device. While it has a cool name to it, it’s definitely going to sport the upcoming OxygenOS which the company already released the beta version for global users on the OnePlus 7T and 7 series.