After making premium flagship phones for a few years, OnePlus is returning to its roots by creating a high quality device without charging a hefty price.
I really enjoyed using this phone; the Nord offers good value for money and even though the average punter may not have heard of OnePlus, the company is definitely worth checking out!
• Great build quality for the price
• The phone is 5G compatible, making it futureproof
• The screen is bright and has a high refresh rate, meaning animations look smooth and responsive
• The main camera lens takes great pictures in daylight and at night using Nighscape Mode
• Oxygen OS (OnePlus’s flavour of Android) is by far one of the best to use and provides regular software updates, improving the phones capability over a long period
• No wireless charging
• There was an anomaly whereby phone reception was unavailable indoors, but a software update appears to have fixed it
• Macro camera lens was awful quality and should not be included in the next version
To buy or not buy? We give it: 4 stars
OnePlus Nord phone is available from: oneplus.com, John Lewis, Amazon, RRP From £379
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