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A supposed OnePlus Nord SE would be on the way with Snapdragon 765G

It was not a secret that OnePlus wanted more, but it is that the signature of the 'never settle' and the 'flagship killers' has gone from one smartphone per year -or two at most- to more than seven in this strange 2020 course.

Not for OnePlus in this strange 2020 in which many manufacturers are choosing to change their strategies and paradigms.

In the case of the young Chinese manufacturer, for the first time skipping that usual policy of a 'flaghsip killer' annual updated later in the second half, in order to end the year at the forefront of the Android catalog.

This course Pete Lau's have already launched the OnePlus 8, OnePlus 8 Pro, OnePlus 8T, OnePlus Nord and the latest more affordable OnePlus Nord N10 and N100, after the Chinese manufacturer itself confirmed that Nord would be a more affordable range of mobiles and not just a smartphone.

There are six devices already, seven if the one now rumored and that we have known from the hand of Android Central becomes a reality before the end of the year, something that however we do not see too feasible no matter how much we talk about a new OnePlus Nord with a cheap cut and fast charge, which would be a 'must have' for this Christmas.

OnePlus Nord

The first OnePlus Nord, not just an affordable smartphone but the standard bearer for a whole family.

This would be the hypothetical OnePlus Nord SE, which will retain the Warp Charge 65 of the Oneplus 8T

The sources say that this new OnePlus would be called Nord SE, in internal development it is called 'Ebba', and would occupy fourth place in the OnePlus Nord catalog, with affordable design but very interesting specifications to win and convince in the most competitive range on the market.

to get started I would implement an AMOLED panel which is also beginning to standardize on more basic smartphones, and which would raise the level of the current Nord N10 and Nord N100 that have LCD screens.

Also, we will see Qualcomm's Snapdragon 765G with 5G connectivity, which already shows a good idea of ​​what OnePlus intends.

In fact, the set and this smartphone profile would be completed with a generous 4,500mAh battery, but above all with one of the best fast charges on the market such as OnePlus Warp Charge 65 that enjoys the highest range of the Chinese manufacturer and that promises full charges in just over half an hour.

The device would be presented in the near future, according to some sources consulted it could even be officially taught before the end of 2020, but its commercialization would be set for the first quarter of 2021 looking to compete among the best mid-range with a datasheet above the average level and more contained prices.

Also, unlike OnePlus Nord N10 and N100 that were designed with the United States in mind, this OnePlus Nord SE would be specifically profiled to please European users and the emerging Asian markets, with India and Europe as its first markets.

What will differentiate it from the current OnePlus Nord?