The cheapest phone from OnePlus has been quietly released in India. In India, the OnePlus Nord N20 SE has really been launched. According to reports, this is the company’s cheapest phone to date, coming in at less than Rs 15,000. Additionally, two major e-commerce websites, Amazon and Flipkart, have put the OnePlus latest smartphone for sale. But the company hasn’t yet made any official announcements about it. Let us inform you that the OnePlus Nord N20 SE was introduced to the world in August. The phone cost $ 178.49 at the time, which is equal to Rs 14,500.
OnePlus had never before released an N series smartphone in India. Let’s learn everything there is to know about the new OnePlus smartphone’s price and features.
OnePlus Nord N20 SE: Specs and Features
The new smartphone has a 6.56-inch LCD screen with 1612×720 HD+ resolution. The phone has a MediaTek Helio G35 Octacore processor. A 60Hz refresh rate is supported by the phone’s display. The phone offers 64GB of internal storage, 4GB of RAM, and a microSD card slot.
The phone sports two cameras on the back, a 50-megapixel primary lens, and a 2-megapixel depth sensor with LED flash, for taking pictures. For selfies, the phone boasts an 8-megapixel front camera. The 5000mAh battery on the Nord N20 SE supports 33W SuperVOOC fast charging. The phone features a side-mounted fingerprint sensor that doubles as a power button for added security. The phone runs Oxygen OS 12.1, which is based on Android 12.
OnePlus Nord 20 SE: Price and Availability
Both Amazon and Flipkart have the phone available for purchase. On Flipkart, the 4GB + 64GB variant of the phone starts at Rs 14,990, while it is listed at Rs 14,588 on Amazon. Both platforms offer the phone for sale in two color options: Blue Oasis and Celestial Black. When viewed in this light, it is the company’s most cheap phone to date.
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