Four rear cameras.
Two front cameras.
Nord’s main camera
– it’s stolen.
Nord comes with the same 48 MP primary sensor as the OnePlus 8, complete with optical image stabilization (OIS) to eliminate blur and shakiness from every photo
Record in 4K at 60-selfies-per-second.
OnePlus Nord's primary front camera can record in 4K at 60 fps. At that resolution, every frame is good enough to be a selfie of its own. Don't worry, we won't try and make selfies-per-second a thing. But if it becomes a thing, we started it.
Nord in the hands of pros.
To really see what Nord could do, we put it in the hands of talented photographers from across the globe. We know there’s lots more talent out there. Show us your best stuff on Instagram @oneplus.nord.
A phone that’s smarter about being bright.
Nord’s display has 2,048 levels of automatic brightness for smoother brightness transitions and greater eye comfort when you’re doing everything from scrolling through social media to browsing a beautifully designed product page.
Release the Snapdragon!
Something we’ve always wanted to say.
Nord is powered by the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 765G 5G Mobile Platform with improved CPU speeds and 30% faster graphics rendering than its predecessor. We’ve also thrown in up to 12 GB of RAM so Nord can run all your favorite apps at once stutter-free.
Scrolling and swiping never had it so smooth.
There’s something about a 90 Hz display that makes it incredibly difficult to ever go back to anything less. Scrolling is smoother, swiping is snappier, and everything feels more responsive. Once you go 90 Hz, there’s no going back.
Two words that don't go together.
Warp Charge 30T isn’t all about speed, but it can refill Nord from 0 to 70% in just half an hour. Our charging technology is also smart enough to keep your phone cool during heavy use.
Nord is ready for 5G
whenever 5G is ready for 5G.
5G might not be available for you just yet – it’s a work in progress kind of thing. Still, it’s nice to know Nord is ready for everything that 5G can offer, both now, and whenever it finally arrives in full force.