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Nord, the latest product line by the Number 1 premium smartphone in India – OnePlus, brings together Exceptional Cameras, Smooth Experience and OnePlus Quality and Trust to the consumers. Nord comes with the same 48 MP Sony IMX586 sensor as the OnePlus 8 to reduce blur and shakiness from photos…

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Specification: OnePlus Nord 5G

Special features Dual SIM, Electronic compass, Sensore core, Accelerometer, Ambient light sensor, Gyroscope, In-Display fingerprint sensor, GPS, FM Radio, Video Player, Music Player, Proximity sensor
Whats in the box Handset, Screen Protector (pre-applied), Translucent Case, OnePlus Fast Charge Type-C Cable, OnePlus Fast Charge Power Adapter, SIM Tray Ejector, Quick Start Guide, Safety Information and Type-C to 3.5mm Audio Jack Adapter
Product Dimensions 15.8 x 0.8 x 7.3 cm, 184 Grams
Item Weight (g) 184
Item model number AC2001
Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
Connectivity technologies GSM, LTE-FDD, IN, WCDMA, (B1/2/3/4/5/7/8/12/17/18/19/20/26), (B38/39/40/41/46), N78, (B1/B2/B4/B5/B8/B9/B19), 5G, (850/900/1800/1900), MIMO:LTE: B1, 3, 40 NR: N78, LTE-TDD, Network connectivity may vary depending on carrier’s network and related service deployment
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  1. Abhishek Agarwal

    It’s not very often I leave a critical review for any product. But i was so excited when my new OnePlus Nord got delivered to me earlier today, ahead of time. While i am still exploring the phone, the one aspect that is a complete let down is the camera. The pics I clicked were grainy and so not cool. I must say oneplus, you guys really turned me off this time, like honestly. Most phones these days look and feel alike with the camera being one aspect that sets the winners apart from ordinary phones…i dont know what you guys did here. Not expected team OnePlus…this is just not you. My Poco F1 that i purchased 2 years back returned 10 times better pics. Since i cant return this item, I’m going to live with this for a while before i upgrade. I am sorry for the negative review.

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  2. Kiran KS

    Battery usage update: Drains faster than other one plus models…so for the ones travelling frequently, this might not be an ideal phone…fast charging is a relief for ones who have access to charging point….Morning to Night usage possible with moderate to slightly heavy usage….Bottomline: A good entry phone for those who have never experienced One Plus and the ones with budget constraints… For others, one plus 8T(lighter than pro model at 180 gms) would be ideal which should bring 120Hz refresh rate and maybe wireless charging too..And for those who can afford and dont mind a heavy phone(200+ gms), One plus 8 pro or 8T Pro would be ideal ones.(As per Amazon reviews some users are reporting display issues with 8 pro, so 8T Pro hopefully will be a better model.) I still use 7T pro which provides the best of One Plus experience…INITIAL IMPRESSIONS:No tint issue which has been widely reported.Smooth given 12gb RAM and 90Hz refresh rate.Lighter than Pro Model but still feels sturdy.Camera quality on par with top model one plus devices in case of outdoor pictures, Indoor/low light pictures are not that good…Not a fan of punch hole cameras..would have preferred full screen with pop up instead.Battery usage – needs to be tested but seems to be ok….

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  3. Aman More

    Pros:1) Clean and bloatfree OxygenOS, which runs as smooth as they come.2) AMOLED screen and 90Hz refresh rate really go along to make the display above average.3) Battery life is decent and will last a day on normal usage.4) Sound quality is good and modestly loud. (Drawback in Cons)5) The design actually fits the hand well as it is shorter than usual on breadth, and a bit more on length, all the more better viewing experience.6) Gaming performance is average. (Similar phones in this range have better gaming performances)7) The phone looks and feels premium while using.8) The alert slider makes it very convenient to switch between different modes.9) Face Unlock is as fast as other OnePlus phones. (Very very fast)Cons:1) The camera is not as good as it was expected. The macro lens is pretty useless, and the main camera lacks depth and the colors aren’t as vibrant as OnePlus 8. A bit too much of beautification was there in selfie shots. 4K video recording @ 60fps is absent but 1080@60fps performance is quite good. (The camera is better than most phones out there but it isn’t what we were promised)2) No headphone jack.3) The mono speaker is on the bottom right of the phone, which tends to get covered by your hand while using. Also, being on just one side of the phone, the audio isn’t as well delivered as it is on a stereo speaker.4) No expandable memory slot.5) The plastic frame (doesn’t look like plastic but it is) is a worrying thing and makes the phone *comparatively* less durable.6) Fingerprint scanner being under the screen isn’t as quick as a traditional fingerprint scanner on the back.Recommendation: If you’re looking for a phone which delivers high performance and smooth interface for your daily use, go for it.But if your prime purpose is gaming, there are better options available.Also, if you’re expecting flagship camera performance, you might want to consider other phones. (Pixel 4a is about to release, that’s far better probably)Update: Pixel 4a camera is surely much better that Nord’s camera.

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  4. Abhishek Agarwal

    It’s not very often I leave a critical review for any product. But i was so excited when my new OnePlus Nord got delivered to me earlier today, ahead of time. While i am still exploring the phone, the one aspect that is a complete let down is the camera. The pics I clicked were grainy and so not cool. I must say oneplus, you guys really turned me off this time, like honestly. Most phones these days look and feel alike with the camera being one aspect that sets the winners apart from ordinary phones…i dont know what you guys did here. Not expected team OnePlus…this is just not you. My Poco F1 that i purchased 2 years back returned 10 times better pics. Since i cant return this item, I’m going to live with this for a while before i upgrade. I am sorry for the negative review.

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  5. Kiran KS

    Battery usage update: Drains faster than other one plus models…so for the ones travelling frequently, this might not be an ideal phone…fast charging is a relief for ones who have access to charging point….Morning to Night usage possible with moderate to slightly heavy usage….Bottomline: A good entry phone for those who have never experienced One Plus and the ones with budget constraints… For others, one plus 8T(lighter than pro model at 180 gms) would be ideal which should bring 120Hz refresh rate and maybe wireless charging too..And for those who can afford and dont mind a heavy phone(200+ gms), One plus 8 pro or 8T Pro would be ideal ones.(As per Amazon reviews some users are reporting display issues with 8 pro, so 8T Pro hopefully will be a better model.) I still use 7T pro which provides the best of One Plus experience…INITIAL IMPRESSIONS:No tint issue which has been widely reported.Smooth given 12gb RAM and 90Hz refresh rate.Lighter than Pro Model but still feels sturdy.Camera quality on par with top model one plus devices in case of outdoor pictures, Indoor/low light pictures are not that good…Not a fan of punch hole cameras..would have preferred full screen with pop up instead.Battery usage – needs to be tested but seems to be ok….

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  6. Aman More

    Pros:1) Clean and bloatfree OxygenOS, which runs as smooth as they come.2) AMOLED screen and 90Hz refresh rate really go along to make the display above average.3) Battery life is decent and will last a day on normal usage.4) Sound quality is good and modestly loud. (Drawback in Cons)5) The design actually fits the hand well as it is shorter than usual on breadth, and a bit more on length, all the more better viewing experience.6) Gaming performance is average. (Similar phones in this range have better gaming performances)7) The phone looks and feels premium while using.8) The alert slider makes it very convenient to switch between different modes.9) Face Unlock is as fast as other OnePlus phones. (Very very fast)Cons:1) The camera is not as good as it was expected. The macro lens is pretty useless, and the main camera lacks depth and the colors aren’t as vibrant as OnePlus 8. A bit too much of beautification was there in selfie shots. 4K video recording @ 60fps is absent but 1080@60fps performance is quite good. (The camera is better than most phones out there but it isn’t what we were promised)2) No headphone jack.3) The mono speaker is on the bottom right of the phone, which tends to get covered by your hand while using. Also, being on just one side of the phone, the audio isn’t as well delivered as it is on a stereo speaker.4) No expandable memory slot.5) The plastic frame (doesn’t look like plastic but it is) is a worrying thing and makes the phone *comparatively* less durable.6) Fingerprint scanner being under the screen isn’t as quick as a traditional fingerprint scanner on the back.Recommendation: If you’re looking for a phone which delivers high performance and smooth interface for your daily use, go for it.But if your prime purpose is gaming, there are better options available.Also, if you’re expecting flagship camera performance, you might want to consider other phones. (Pixel 4a is about to release, that’s far better probably)Update: Pixel 4a camera is surely much better that Nord’s camera.

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  7. Abhishek Agarwal

    It’s not very often I leave a critical review for any product. But i was so excited when my new OnePlus Nord got delivered to me earlier today, ahead of time. While i am still exploring the phone, the one aspect that is a complete let down is the camera. The pics I clicked were grainy and so not cool. I must say oneplus, you guys really turned me off this time, like honestly. Most phones these days look and feel alike with the camera being one aspect that sets the winners apart from ordinary phones…i dont know what you guys did here. Not expected team OnePlus…this is just not you. My Poco F1 that i purchased 2 years back returned 10 times better pics. Since i cant return this item, I’m going to live with this for a while before i upgrade. I am sorry for the negative review.

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  8. Kiran KS

    Battery usage update: Drains faster than other one plus models…so for the ones travelling frequently, this might not be an ideal phone…fast charging is a relief for ones who have access to charging point….Morning to Night usage possible with moderate to slightly heavy usage….Bottomline: A good entry phone for those who have never experienced One Plus and the ones with budget constraints… For others, one plus 8T(lighter than pro model at 180 gms) would be ideal which should bring 120Hz refresh rate and maybe wireless charging too..And for those who can afford and dont mind a heavy phone(200+ gms), One plus 8 pro or 8T Pro would be ideal ones.(As per Amazon reviews some users are reporting display issues with 8 pro, so 8T Pro hopefully will be a better model.) I still use 7T pro which provides the best of One Plus experience…INITIAL IMPRESSIONS:No tint issue which has been widely reported.Smooth given 12gb RAM and 90Hz refresh rate.Lighter than Pro Model but still feels sturdy.Camera quality on par with top model one plus devices in case of outdoor pictures, Indoor/low light pictures are not that good…Not a fan of punch hole cameras..would have preferred full screen with pop up instead.Battery usage – needs to be tested but seems to be ok….

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  9. Aman More

    Pros:1) Clean and bloatfree OxygenOS, which runs as smooth as they come.2) AMOLED screen and 90Hz refresh rate really go along to make the display above average.3) Battery life is decent and will last a day on normal usage.4) Sound quality is good and modestly loud. (Drawback in Cons)5) The design actually fits the hand well as it is shorter than usual on breadth, and a bit more on length, all the more better viewing experience.6) Gaming performance is average. (Similar phones in this range have better gaming performances)7) The phone looks and feels premium while using.8) The alert slider makes it very convenient to switch between different modes.9) Face Unlock is as fast as other OnePlus phones. (Very very fast)Cons:1) The camera is not as good as it was expected. The macro lens is pretty useless, and the main camera lacks depth and the colors aren’t as vibrant as OnePlus 8. A bit too much of beautification was there in selfie shots. 4K video recording @ 60fps is absent but 1080@60fps performance is quite good. (The camera is better than most phones out there but it isn’t what we were promised)2) No headphone jack.3) The mono speaker is on the bottom right of the phone, which tends to get covered by your hand while using. Also, being on just one side of the phone, the audio isn’t as well delivered as it is on a stereo speaker.4) No expandable memory slot.5) The plastic frame (doesn’t look like plastic but it is) is a worrying thing and makes the phone *comparatively* less durable.6) Fingerprint scanner being under the screen isn’t as quick as a traditional fingerprint scanner on the back.Recommendation: If you’re looking for a phone which delivers high performance and smooth interface for your daily use, go for it.But if your prime purpose is gaming, there are better options available.Also, if you’re expecting flagship camera performance, you might want to consider other phones. (Pixel 4a is about to release, that’s far better probably)Update: Pixel 4a camera is surely much better that Nord’s camera.

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  10. Abhishek Agarwal

    It’s not very often I leave a critical review for any product. But i was so excited when my new OnePlus Nord got delivered to me earlier today, ahead of time. While i am still exploring the phone, the one aspect that is a complete let down is the camera. The pics I clicked were grainy and so not cool. I must say oneplus, you guys really turned me off this time, like honestly. Most phones these days look and feel alike with the camera being one aspect that sets the winners apart from ordinary phones…i dont know what you guys did here. Not expected team OnePlus…this is just not you. My Poco F1 that i purchased 2 years back returned 10 times better pics. Since i cant return this item, I’m going to live with this for a while before i upgrade. I am sorry for the negative review.

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  11. Kiran KS

    Battery usage update: Drains faster than other one plus models…so for the ones travelling frequently, this might not be an ideal phone…fast charging is a relief for ones who have access to charging point….Morning to Night usage possible with moderate to slightly heavy usage….Bottomline: A good entry phone for those who have never experienced One Plus and the ones with budget constraints… For others, one plus 8T(lighter than pro model at 180 gms) would be ideal which should bring 120Hz refresh rate and maybe wireless charging too..And for those who can afford and dont mind a heavy phone(200+ gms), One plus 8 pro or 8T Pro would be ideal ones.(As per Amazon reviews some users are reporting display issues with 8 pro, so 8T Pro hopefully will be a better model.) I still use 7T pro which provides the best of One Plus experience…INITIAL IMPRESSIONS:No tint issue which has been widely reported.Smooth given 12gb RAM and 90Hz refresh rate.Lighter than Pro Model but still feels sturdy.Camera quality on par with top model one plus devices in case of outdoor pictures, Indoor/low light pictures are not that good…Not a fan of punch hole cameras..would have preferred full screen with pop up instead.Battery usage – needs to be tested but seems to be ok….

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  12. Aman More

    Pros:1) Clean and bloatfree OxygenOS, which runs as smooth as they come.2) AMOLED screen and 90Hz refresh rate really go along to make the display above average.3) Battery life is decent and will last a day on normal usage.4) Sound quality is good and modestly loud. (Drawback in Cons)5) The design actually fits the hand well as it is shorter than usual on breadth, and a bit more on length, all the more better viewing experience.6) Gaming performance is average. (Similar phones in this range have better gaming performances)7) The phone looks and feels premium while using.8) The alert slider makes it very convenient to switch between different modes.9) Face Unlock is as fast as other OnePlus phones. (Very very fast)Cons:1) The camera is not as good as it was expected. The macro lens is pretty useless, and the main camera lacks depth and the colors aren’t as vibrant as OnePlus 8. A bit too much of beautification was there in selfie shots. 4K video recording @ 60fps is absent but 1080@60fps performance is quite good. (The camera is better than most phones out there but it isn’t what we were promised)2) No headphone jack.3) The mono speaker is on the bottom right of the phone, which tends to get covered by your hand while using. Also, being on just one side of the phone, the audio isn’t as well delivered as it is on a stereo speaker.4) No expandable memory slot.5) The plastic frame (doesn’t look like plastic but it is) is a worrying thing and makes the phone *comparatively* less durable.6) Fingerprint scanner being under the screen isn’t as quick as a traditional fingerprint scanner on the back.Recommendation: If you’re looking for a phone which delivers high performance and smooth interface for your daily use, go for it.But if your prime purpose is gaming, there are better options available.Also, if you’re expecting flagship camera performance, you might want to consider other phones. (Pixel 4a is about to release, that’s far better probably)Update: Pixel 4a camera is surely much better that Nord’s camera.

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