After OnePlus jumped into the mid-range smartphone market with OnePlus Nord, it received a lot of positive responses from the market. Due to this, the company was expected to launch more variants of the Nord series in the near future. One of the rumored successors in the series was the OnePlus Nord SE. In the leaks, a retails box also surfaced online which confirmed that smartphones in the future. However, now OnePlus tipster Max Jambor claims that Oneplus has canceled the Nord SE smartphone, and the reason behind it is still not confirmed.
Instead of this smartphone, OnePlus Nord 2 is said to be in the works and could launch before August this year. The latest reports indicate that the new OnePlus Nord 2 can be equipped with Mediatek Dimensity 1200 chipset, which is built on the 6nm processor architecture and will also bring 5G connectivity with 5G dual-SIM dual-standby. If the smartphone comes with a Mediatek chipset then it will be the first smartphone from OnePlus to be powered by Mediatek. Also, the company is expected to price the OnePlus Nord 2 more aggressively than the original OnePlus Nord.
The phone is also expected to come with Android 11 out of the box and an AMOLED displays with a high refresh rate, along with the support for 30W fast charging. A few days back, another OnePlus smartphone was spotted on the BIS website, which was suspected to be the OnePlus Nord 10 successor. It was spotted with codename “Ebba” and had a corner punch-hole camera, triple rear cameras, and a glossy plastic rear panel.