Looks like the OnePlus Nord CE 3’s launch is nearing in the OnePlus’ pipeline. Successor to the OnePlus Nord CE 2, the Nord CE 3 appeared in live images earlier this month. Cut to now, its entire specs sheet has surfaced online giving a peek into what we will get with the successor.
OnePlus Nord CE 3 Leaked Specs
According to the Device Info HW sheet on the AID64 app captured by 91mobiles, the listing gives a lot of information about all the hardware capabilities that the phone will bring onboard.
Starting with the processor under the hood, Nord CE 3 will get a Snapdragon 695 SoC clocked at a max 2.21GHz. It is an octa-core 6nm chipset tagged with Adreno 619 GPU as you can clearly see in the leaks tagged here. A lightweight Android 13-flavored OxygenOS is handling the software part of the device. There’s LPDDR4X RAM onboard although the variant that was seen during AIDA64 testing says 8GB. We could see some other RAM variants too.
A 108MP snapper has been mounted on the rear camera setup which is larger than last year’s 64MP cam. We aren’t aware of other sensors though a contraption on a UW plus depth or depth plus macro might be available. Still, we are more inclined toward the latter. The listing mentions a 16MP front camera housed in a centrally-placed punch-hole cut-out.
The phone with model number CPH2467 sports a 2400×1080 pixels display. There’s no mention of what type of display has been used but a common consensus is, Nord CE 3 will get an LCD panel with up to 120Hz panel and HDR10 on the clock.
The phone is likely to receive a 67W fast charging tech on its 5,000mAh battery although that remains to be seen officially. We do have 5G, dual-band Wi-Fi, USB Type-C, 4G LTE, and Bluetooth on the go.
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